This time is still a relaxed period for new PC game releases due to many delays caused by COVID-19, and many title releases have been pushed at the end of this year or all the way into 2022. Meanwhile, for this April and May, you should have updated your video card drivers because some exciting titles will be released now.
From the below list of April and May release, let us know in the comment section that which title you gonna pick up for this summer.
Outriders | April 1
It’s a co-op third-person RPG shooter with having the support of cross-play and free next-gen upgrades. Though this is a free demo, you can try it out.
Oddworld: Soulstorm | April 6
The long-running Oddworld series of Lorne Lanning is going on with another platformer set in a 2.5D dystopia.
Cozy Grove | April 8
A sweet game based on camping “on a haunted, ever-changing island.” Here you don’t need to fight with the gosht, you have to do friendships with them.
Say No! More | April 9
Here you are an intern, who has to face unreasonable requests, so you have to fight by saying “no” to things.
Rain On Your Parade | April 15
You are a mischievous cloud and you need to rain on everyone, and also hit them with lightning. This seems charming in the vein of Untitled Goose Game.
Nier Replicant | April 23
This game is an updated version of the 2010 console game, now it comes to PC, and it’s called NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139.
Resident Evil Village | May 7
This series doesn’t need any introduction, it already has its huge fanbase. Capcom is developing the game. This game will feature a six-player online multiplayer game. The story of the game set years after Resident Evil 7.
Hood: Outlaws & Legends | May 10
This one is a multiplayer heist game set in a “violent medieval world where ancient mysticism competes with man-made power and corruption.” Win the brutal combats and steal the hidden treasures.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition | May 14
This one is the compilation of the titles in the original Mass Effect trilogy: Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3. BioWare is going to bring more extensive upgrades than its counterparts, especially with regards to combat mechanics, loading time, and vehicle handling.
Subnautica: Below Zero | May 14
This is coming as an Early Access on Steam as the follow-up to one of the popular single-player survival experiences. This one has the same game idea as Subnautica but the environment will be cold in Subnautica: Below Zero.
Deathloop | May 21
This game is about dueling assassins caught in a time loop, which seems a pretty cool premise. Deathloop is another game from Arkane, the pair of studios known for Prey, Dishonored, Arx Fatalis, and basically keeping the immersive sim alive.
Knockout City | May 21
Knockout City is developed by Velan Studios and it’s a dodge-ball like game, where teams huck rubber balls at each other. It is a team-based competitive multiplayer game.
Biomutant | May 25
Here the player takes the role of a mammalian warrior in a world filled with mutated animals. This action role-playing game is developed by Experiment 101.