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Here’s Every Release Date Announced at E3 2016

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There’s a lot to look forward to in the months to come.

Trials of the Blood Dragon – June 13, 2016
Ubisoft gave us the surprise crossover announcement of Trials of the Blood Dragon, which was given the launch date of June 13. It’s out now! Go buy it!

Rhythm Heaven Megamix – June 15, 2016
Featuring more than 70 musical mini-games from across several past Rhythm Heaven titles as well as plenty of brand new ones, this 3DS exclusive became available on the eShop as soon as it was announced, on June 15.

Inside – June 29, 2016 (XB1); July 7, 2016 (PC)
Inside is Playdead’s eerie follow-up to Limbo. It is set to launch for Xbox One later this month on June 29, and for PC on July 7.

Box Box Boy! – June 30, 2016 (3DS)
Box Box Boy is the sequel to 2015’s sleeper hit indie puzzler, Box Boy, and it’s coming to the 3DS eShop on June 30.

Monster Hunter Generations – July 14, 2016 (3DS)
Monster Hunter Generations features new weapons, new customization options, and an adorable looking cat mode. Get your hands on it when it hits the 3DS on July 14.

Obduction – July 26, 2016 (PC/Oculus)
From the creators of the classic Riven and Myst games comes a brand new adventure game for the Oculus Rift, PC, and Mac. Obduction invokes the feeling of its predecessors while taking advantage of the latest technology to fully immerse the player in this new world. This world will be yours to get lost in when the game launches on July 26.

We Happy Few – July 26, 2016 (XB1/PC)
We Happy Few from Compulsion Games is part XCOM, part Don’t Starve, and part BioShock, all wrapped up in a little pill called Joy. You can play it on Xbox One and PC from July 26.

Bound – Aug 16, 2016 (PS4)
Bound is beautiful, stylish, full of dancing, and coming to your PlayStation 4 on August 16.

ReCore – Sep 13, 2016 (XB1/PC)
After being introduced to ReCore at E3 2015, this year we got a release date that was much sooner than anticipated: September 13, coming to Xbox One and PC.

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past – Sep 16, 2016 (3DS)
The latest title in the series to be remade for the 3DS, Dragon Quest VII on 3DS boasts many new and updated features from the original release. Check them all out when it launches on September 16.

Forza Horizon 3 – Sep 27, 2016 (XBO/PC)
The third entry to the epic Forza Horizon franchise speeds onto you Xbox One and PC on September 27.

Paper Mario: Color Splash – October 7, 2016 (Wii U)
Paper Mario: Color Splash lets Paper Mario channel his inner Squid Kid when it hits the Wii U on October 7.

Dragon Quest Builders – Oct 11, 2016 (PS4/Vita)
You take a bit of Dragon Quest and a bit of Minecraft, and the result is Dragon Quest Builders. It’s coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on October 11.

The Last Guardian – Oct 25, 2016 (PS4)
Seven years after first being announced, The Last Guardian will finally be yours to enjoy on the PlayStation 4 from October 25.

Titanfall 2 – Oct 28, 2016 (PS4/XB1/PC)
Titanfall 2 gives your giant robots swords. Need I say more? It makes its way onto PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 28.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition – Oct 28, 2016 (PS4/XB1/PC)
The heavily-rumored and oft-requested HD re-release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will make dreams come true with full mod support on PS4, Xbox One, and PC from October 28.

Mario Party Star Rush – Nov 4, 2016 (3DS)
For the first time in a Mario Party game, Star Rush allows all players to take their turns simultaneously. Join the rush when it hits 3DS on November 4.

Dishonored 2 – Nov 11, 2016 (PS4/XB1/PC)
Corvo returns with his badass daughter Emily in Dishonored 2, which is slated to launch November 11 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Watch Dogs 2 – Nov 15, 2016 (PS4/XB1/PC)
Say goodbye to the Windy City and hello to the Golden Gate Bridge. Watch Dogs 2 hits the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 15.

Dead Rising 4 – Dec 6, 2016 (XB1/PC)
Zombie photographer Frank West is back and more badass than ever in Dead Rising 4, set to take place around Christmastime. It is fitting, then, that the game is set to release a few weeks before the holiday, on December 6.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole – Dec 6, 2016 (PS4/XB1/PC)
Yet another title that was announced at E3 2015 then disappeared for a year, the new South Park game returned to E3 with a new trailer and a set release date. Play it on PS4, Xbox One, and PC from December 6.

Resident Evil 7 – Jan 24, 2017 (PS4/XB1/PC)
Resident Evil 7 will take the series back to its horror roots and be 100% playable on the PSVR when it drops on January 24, 2017. Resident Evil 7 is also playable on the normal PS4, as well as Xbox One and PC.

For Honor – Feb 14, 2017 (PS4/XB1/PC)
Have you ever dreamt of an action game that features vikings, knights, AND samurais? Look no further than For Honor, coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on February 14, 2017.

Halo Wars 2 – Feb 21, 2017 (XB1/PC)
A follow-up to the 2009 real-time strategy game, Halo Wars 2 kicks the strategy action up to 11 when it launches for Xbox One and PC on February 21, 2017.

Horizon: Zero Dawn – Feb 28, 2017 (PS4)
Horizon: Zero Dawn was one of the most exciting surprises of E3 2015, and now we know when we can take control of Aloy and pit her against all of the robot dinosaurs: February 28, 2017. Horizon: Zero Dawn is a PS4 exclusive.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands – Mar 7, 2016
Being described as a blend of Grand Theft Auto, Spec Ops, and Far Cry is high praise for Ghost Recon Wildlands. Make sure you grab your copy on PS4, Xbox One, or PC on March 7, 2017.

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