The Gamer’s Opinion Top 5 New Releases For May + A Little Extra

Resident Evil Village (May 7th)

Resident Evil Village has to be the most highly anticipated game coming out in May. Luckily for everyone who can’t wait to play through this survival horror game, plenty of Demos have been release to keep the hype up. Along with the main story mode, Resident Evil Village will also have a Mercenary mode that will keep you coming back to the game even after finishing the story. This survival horror game is one of the games we are looking forward to the most in May, so be on the lookout for some extra content in the next couple of days. Resident Evil Village will be available on May 7th

Hood: Outlaws and Legends (May 10th)

Team up with friends and become the outlaws you have always wanted to be. Hood: Outlaws and Legends is a unique new 4 Vs. 4 Vs. CPU that will have you stealing some of the most valuable treasures in the land. Make sure you gather your most patient squad because stealth can come in handy as you plan a heist to steal everything you can get your hands on. If stealth isn’t your thing, don’t worry Hood: Outlaws and Legends can get pretty brutal with its excellent hand-to-hand combat system. Just based on the picture above and the trailers we have seen, this game looks as beautiful as it looks fun. So get ready to become Legends or die being a sneaky little Outlaw. Hood: Outlaws and Legends comes out on May 10th

Knockout City (May 21st)

Get ready to relive your glory days in Knockout City. This fast-paced dodgeball game will have you Dodge, duck, dip, dive, and exploding the competition. With features like being able to throw your teammate and even turn them into a bomb, you will have a blast dominating the other team. Knockout City will also offer cool character customizations, so you are dodging in style. So Get the team together, put on some headbands and wristbands because things are about to get sweaty. Knockout City will be available on May 21st and will be available with the EA Play Pass.

BioMutant (May 25th)

BioMutant is a post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu fable RPG in a world where the tribes who rule the land have turned against each other. You get to play as what looks to be like a cute and cuddly creature but is a fighting machine that’s goal is to save the tree of life. The fighting style in this game looks so fluent and unique, and the world around you seems even better. Biomutant has been on our radar for a long time now, so I wouldn’t sleep on this game if you have passed by it in the past. So go and save the world as a cute but master fighter mutant animal in this incredible open-world adventure. Biomutant will be available on May 25th.

King of Seas (May 25th)

King of seas is an Action RPG set in a cruel pirate world. Your mission is to fight and take back what has been stolen from you until you have become the King of all the pirates. I know this looks like another pirate game with a similar style to Sea of Thieves, but when has an open-world pirate game ever failed you. Everything we have seen so far looks fantastic, and the adventure looks like it will be just as good as the scenery. So board your ship, raise your sails and get ready to set sail on another pirate adventure in King of Seas. King of Seas will be available on May 25th

Just A couple More Games We Couldn’t Leave Out Of The Mix

Now I know this is a Top 5 post, and we usually stick to that number, but I thought I’d make an exception this time. Since the games down below aren’t new releases but releases for a different platform or just an enhanced edition. Plus, with so much coming out in May, we couldn’t help ourselves.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition (May 14)

Come back to the world of Mass Effect in this updated version of the original Mass Effect Trilogy. Mass Effect Legendary Edition will throw you right back into what started it all. Start from the original Mass Effect or do it how Star Wars did it. Either way, you will be getting the highest quality of Mass Effect gameplay ever with technology getting better every year, its great to see games like Mass Effect and Halo getting updated versions for the upcoming generations to enjoy. Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be available on May 14th.

Days Gone (PC) (May 18th)

I know I said Resident Evil Village was the game we are looking forward to the most, and for new releases, that is still true. The game we are the most excited about, though, is Days Gone coming to PC. Days Gone has been on my list for quite some time now, but with it being a PlayStation exclusive and me only owning an Xbox and PC, it was only a dream. Now that it will be coming out on PC, you will be able to play in this beautiful post-apocalyptic open world based in Oregon. Fight your way through freakers (zombies) and become the baddest dude on a motorcycle in the land.

Rust (Console) (May 21)

Last but not least, Rust will be making its way to consoles in May. This is exciting news for anyone who wants to try out this critically acclaimed open-world multiplayer-only survival game. Join forces with your friends and take on other players and conquer your server. Rust has been getting a lot of hype, since so many content creators have been making there way to private servers and creating some really entertaining content. Hopefully, the console version of Rust will bring the same energy as long as the community of gamers can keep it fair and fun for everyone that shouldn’t be a problem.

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