1. Marvel’s Iron Man VR

Release date: July 3
Platforms: PlayStation VR

This one is an exclusive game for Sony's virtual reality headset, the sales of which leave much to be desired. Oddly enough, the popularity of movie adaptations of comics did not affect video games in any way.

Over the past decade and a half, only three games about the adventures of Iron Man have been released, and all of them failed. This state of affairs can be explained by the fact that the life of Iron Man is difficult to imitate. VR will solve this problem – flying is better and more interesting in the first person.

The plot of the game is based on the classic 70s series Demon in a Bottle. The first mission begins in the same way as the comic, with the crash of the plane in which Stark flew. At the same time, Tony's main enemy in this line of comics was alcohol and related problems. We want to believe that this moment will not be reflected in the game: there will be no need to get drunk and slowly slide into depression because there is a risk of losing touch with reality.

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2. F1 2020

Release Date: July 10
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, PC

It’s the next part of the Formula 1 simulator from Codemasters. In this part, a Career Mode has appeared, in which, before Formula 1, it’s necessary to conduct several races in the younger series Formula 2. Another new thing is My Team, the team manager mode. You need to deal with management functions: choose a motor supplier, build the chassis for the new season, update current ones, and deal with sponsors and pilots.

3. Death Stranding

Release Date: July 14
Platforms: PC

Chaos and devastation reign in post-apocalyptic America, few survivors hide in bunkers. To unite these disconnected states of America again, bunkers need to have something like the Internet. Not everyone wants to connect to the network, so the main character Sam has to fulfill the requests of the bunkers' inhabitants. As a rule, they are related to the delivery of something.

In most of the game, Sam carries a baby. He begins to yell at the player from the microphone built into the PlayStation controller from time to time. We are extremely curious about how this will be implemented on personal computers.

The game has a lot of strange, confusing, tender, and funny moments. In the process of playing this game, you will 100% want to call friends and discuss it as it will impress you this much.

4. Ghost of Tsushima

Release Date: July 17
Platforms: PlayStation 4

This one is a very nice-looking action about Japan during the first Mongol Invasion from the authors of the Infamous series. Before each mission, you have to make a choice – you can confront the Mongols directly as a samurai would, or you can attack them silently like a ghost. At this moment, the game goes into stealth mode.

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5. Paper Mario: The Origami King

Release Date: July 10
Platforms: Switch

This time, Mario joins forces with the fairy-like creature Olivia to defeat King Ollie. He captured Princess Peach in the palace, gathered himself a small army of warriors built like origami, and now intends to take over the world.

6. Mafia: Definitive Edition

Release Date: August 28
Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

This is a remake of the very beloved first part of Mafia from 2002. Remastered first Mafia is a great way to remember where it all began. Settled and serious, this hours-long Mafia is about a taxi driver Tommy Angelo, who starts to make his career in the Mafia of Lost Heaven during the final years of Prohibition.

7. Wasteland 3

Release Date: August 28
Platforms: Windows, macOS, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

It’s hard to imagine a better time to release a post-apocalyptic game. Especially since all the attributes of the super-relevant genre are in place. In the new Wasteland, a team of Desert Rangers from the second part moves from Los Angeles-turned-jungles to Aspen covered in thermonuclear snow.

This time, the rangers were hired by a local authority who asks to find and safely deliver his three reveling sons, whose activities threaten his self-proclaimed state's territorial unity. Spoiler alert: you will find a fully three-dimensional map and dialogs with references to Shakespeare.