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Most Anticipated Video Games of May 2019 for PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch

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Life is Strange 2: Episode 3 - Wastelands
Release date: May 9
Platforms: PC / PS4 / XBO
Developer: Dontnod Entertainment

The Life is Strange series has really fleshed itself out to be an intriguing and emotional storytelling experience. Life is Strange 2: Episode 3 – Wastelands continues a few months after the Sean and Daniel Diaz escape from the mountainous region of Beaver Creek, Oregon. The game follows the boys as they traverse the California redwoods while Daniel continues his internal struggle over his telekinetic powers. They end up entangled in the illegal drug trade because obviously, that’s the only thing that happens in California according to video games.

Yakuza Kiwami 2
Release date: May 9
Platform: PC
Developer: SEGA

Live out your wildest daydreams of being able to play as a Yakuza gang member, this time on the master race of gaming platforms. Yes, the once exclusive PlayStation 4 release of the remake of Yakuza 2, Yakuza Kiwami 2, follows the basic plot structure of its predecessor while adding new gameplay elements from later titles such as Yakuza 0 and Yakuza 6.

A Plague Tale: Innocence
Release date: May 14
Platforms: PC / PS4 / XBO
Developer: Asobo Studio

Finally, a video game release outside of Steam about the bubonic plague! Just what gamers have been asking for? A Plague Tale: Innocence revolves around the suffering of the Middle Ages, the action of which unfolds in the midst of a pandemic, known as the Black Death, and the initial stages of the Hundred Years War. In this difficult time, a young girl named Amicia and her younger brother Hugo are trying to escape from the omnipresent Inquisition and entire hordes of rats hungry for human meat who for some reason are afraid of lights?

Rage 2
Release date: May 14
Platforms: PC / PS4 / XBO
Developer: id Software / Avalanche Studio

Let’s see, what has happened since the release of the first Rage in 2011? They released the Lego Movie, we’ve gone through two different American presidents, and we’ve received every season of Game of Thrones. All of this before the release of the second Rage game, what was Bethesda going for the Duke Nukem record? Rage 2 is one of the most anticipated releases of 2019. Rage 2 is about the difficult life of Walker, the last ranger, not to be confused with the Texas Ranger. Walker must learn to survive as he’s hunted not only by the mutants that prowl the devastated landscape but also a mysteriously sinister organization, known as the Authority, who are hunting down what nanotechnology is left after the Earth. Get ready to mow your way through mutants and the Authority with more guns, vehicles, and explosions than you know what to do with. Rage 2 will release on May 14th.

Release date: May 21
Platform: PC / PS4
Developer: No Code

If you can look past the fact that the publishers, DevolverDigital, sold their souls to the devil by making Observation an epic store exclusive, then be prepared for an anxiety-ridden thriller. Forget traditional thrillers, Observation takes voyeurism to a new level by letting you play the role of S.A.M, artificial intelligence that operates everything in the space station from cameras to controls in order to guide the main character, doctor Emma Fisher, around to solve puzzles.

Team Sonic Racing
Release date: May 21
Platforms: PC / PS4 / XBO / SWITCH
Developer: Sumo Digital

Sumo Digital is at it again. The developers who brought us Sonic & Sega All-Star Racing and Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed will release Team Sonic Racing on May 21st, but this time with only characters from the Sonic series. At first glance, Team Sonic Racing looks like a normal run-of-the-mill kart racing game. It has 21 tracks, some of which were kindly borrowed from Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing and Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.
Total War: Three Kingdoms
Release date: May 23
Platform: PC / PS4
Developer: Creative Assembly

There is just something so beautiful about having entire armies go face-to-face in large scale battles while you just sit there and point-and-click your way to victory. Though let’s be honest, if we were actually on a battlefield we would be one of the first ones to die. Total War: Three Kingdoms is the twelfth game in the Total War series by Creative Assembly and finally leaves Europe and Japan to check out the Han Dynasty in China.

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