Expect gorgeous open worlds, photorealistic vehicles, dazzling effects and much more among the best-looking games of the year so far.
After debuting at number one last week, Mario Strikers: Battle League falls to third place. Meanwhile, The Quarry goes from fourth to seventh.
Google was reportedly going to announce The Quarry and High on Life as Stadia releases, but the deals have since fallen through and both games are getting traditional releases.
Supermassive Games' creature feature has been enjoying strong praise from critics and audiences alike, and a new trailer is here to celebrate that.
Mario Strikers' launch sales are lower than the last couple of Mario sports titles, while The Quarry saw a decent launch.
Tieing together brilliant acting, motion capture, great pacing, and some traditional scares, The Quarry manages to be a fun experience for horror fans.
Venture to Hackett's Quarry and help nine teenage camp counselors survive a deadly night on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5 and PC.
Even with so many big showcases, June is fairly packed in terms of releases from horror games and ports to futuristic racers and fighters.
The Quarry is shaping up to be another win for Supermassive.
The game will launch on June 10th with its single-player campaign, couch co-op and Movie Mode while online play arrives later in a separate update.
Director Will Byles goes over the narrative horror title's various features ahead of its June 10th release on consoles and PC.
Supermassive Games and 2K's Until Dawn-inspired horror title is out on June 10, and PC players can now see what its hardware requirements are.
Supermassive's next big horror title is out on June 10th and features a cast of nine teen counselors fighting for survival.
Game director Will Byles says an average playthrough of The Quarry should be about 10 hours long- though there'll be plenty of reasons to come back for more.
The latest narrative horror from Supermassive Games is out on June 10th for Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and PC.
Game director Will Byles explains how Supermassive designed a plot with 186 different endings for the upcoming horror game.
Supermassive's upcoming The Quarry could end up being the developer's biggest release due to a culmination of multiple factors.
The Quarry's director Will Byles goes into detail about how the upcoming horror title has been influenced by – and tried to improve upon – Until Dawn.
Want to simply watch the story unfold without any input? Movie Mode is the answer and allows for setting different responses for each character.
Supermassive Games has released a lengthy gameplay video for its upcoming narrative adventure horror game, The Quarry.