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Summer has officially arrived, which typically means the release schedule for video games lightens up, and this year is no exception. For gamers, this can actually be the perfect opportunity to catch up on recently released games! Of course, there are still exciting games coming out this month that you’ll want to keep on your radar, such as God of War III: Remastered, EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour, Godzilla the Game, and more.

Here are games releasing this month you definitely won’t want to miss!

[Note: The below release dates are subject to change at the sole discretion of the game publisher at any time]

  

God of War III Remastered 

Release Date: July 14

Platform(s): PlayStation 4

ESRB Rating: M (Mature)

The former Spartan warrior, Kratos, makes his glorious HD debut on PlayStation 4 with a fully remastered of the epic God of War III (originally released on PS3). This enhanced version features beautiful 1080p full HD resolution, rendered at 60 frames-per-second, and includes all the downloadable content and costumes already available. Plus, the game includes a brand new photo mode enabling you to freeze the action at any time, adjust the lighting and camera angle, and then share your favourite gameplay moments with your friends. Experience this incredible conclusion to Kratos’ the Greek story arc, as he plunges into the depths of the Underworld and then scales the heights of Mount Olympus to finally get his revenge on the Olympian Pantheon.

And remember, if you pre-order the game online now, you’ll received free the God of War – Fall of Olympus Dynamic Theme for your PlayStation 4!

EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour

Release Date: July 14

Platform(s): PlayStation 4 / Xbox One

ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)

Experience golfing without limits with the world’s #1 golfer―Rory McIlroy! In EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour you’ll travel to majestic golf courses like Wolf Creek in the canyons of Mesquite, NV, and TPC Sawgrass in beautiful Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, with its notorious 17th-hole island green. As world famous golfers, like Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, and Rickie Fowler, you’ll be able to participate with other players in a wide range of exciting golfing modes like online head-to-head and online tournaments, or play offline on new modes like Night Club Challenge. Plus, you’ll be absolutely amazed at the gorgeous graphics running on EA’s Frostbite 3 engine (the same one that powers Battlefield Hardline), all without any loading times between holes!

If you pre-order online now, you’ll have received the TPC Scottsdale golf course, the location of the Waste Management Phoenix Open!

Godzilla the Game

Release Date: July 14

Platform(s): PlayStation 4

ESRB Rating: M (Mature)

Japan’s most famous “kaiju” monster, Godzilla, is back to cause more destruction! Get ready to unleash your fury on G-Force, the military unit seeking to tap into Godzilla’s limitless power, G-Energy. You’ll begin missions at 50 metres tall, but collect enough G-Energy, and you can grow Godzilla to a whopping 100 metres. Take on legendary kaiju such as Mothra, or the three-headed dragon, King Ghidorah, in the intense new King of the Monsters mode. And, if you pre-order the game now online now, you’ll gain access to Hollywood Godzilla and Cinema Video Filters DLC!

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Release Date: July 21

Platform(s): PlayStation 4 / Xbox One

ESRB Rating: M (Mature)

This stand-alone expansion for 2014’s Wolfenstein: The New Order is an action-packed prequel where you play as B.J. Blazkowicz, who embarks on an secretive, two-part mission deep within Bavaria to stop the Nazis before they win World War II. In the first mission, you must attempt to steal the coordinates to General Deathshead’s compound, and in the second, stop a maniacal Nazi archaeologist from using mysterious artifacts to unleash an evil and ancient power. New elements include all-new Nazi-inspired weapons, a dual-wielding metal pipe that can be used to break apart walls or scale walls, a new class of villains called Super Soldiers, and breath-taking new areas to visit, like rural Germanic towns, eerie catacombs, and the return of the iconic Castle Wolfenstein!

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Any game(s) stand out for you? Let us know in the comments sections which July game releases you’re looking forward to the most!