originals\ May 31, 2015 at 9:00 pm

Xbox One game releases for June 2015

Fight crime or fight demons in June's Xbox One releases

The Xbox One might not have the most releases for the month of June, but it's still giving players of every kind something to enjoy.

Whether you're a tactics player who enjoys the thrill of turn-based combat, or perhaps the more laid back player who gets enjoyment from the silly antics of LEGO games, or maybe a hardcore player who counts the amount of combos you can successfully pull off in one string and then immediately try to beat your last score, it seems like there is at least one game for you on the Xbox One for the month of June.

Let's get this started!

Massive Chalice

Turn-based multi-generational tactics are all the rage these days.... right?! While that may not be true, fans of the Fire Emblem franchise are sure to find a lot to like in Double Fine's Massive Chalice.

Players will have to grow their lineage by marrying off their heroes and producing new heroes with acquired traits. If this sounds like it's right up your alley, and you have an Xbox Live Gold account, you get this game completely free! HUZZAH! 

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

The Elder Scrolls Online for Xbox One

The wait is almost over for Xbox One players to finally step into the online world of Tamriel. The Elder Scrolls Online will provide players with hundreds of hours of gameplay through questing, raiding, crafting and socializing. And hey, since there's no subscription, you only have to buy the game once and play forever.

Lego Jurassic World

If the idea of the next Jurassic World movie excites you beyond belief, then get ready for ultimate Jurassic Park experience with the newest LEGO game.

LEGO Jurassic World will actually take you through all three of the original movie plots, as well as the upcoming Jurassic World movie. Just make sure you say the magic word!

Payday 2: Crimewave Edition

There is nothing more satisfying than getting a crew together and pulling off a major heist. Of course, that happens very rarely. Most of the time, everything will go wrong and bullets will fly all over the place as your try to scrounge your team together, steal the goods and make it out alive.

Batman: Arkham Knight

Batman: Arkham Knight Gameplay for Xbox One

If you think being Batman is easy, well, you might actually be right. At least in Batman: Arkham Knight that is. Take control of the Bat and his trusty Batmobile in the open streets of Gotham and conclude the Arkham trilogy with Arkham Knight.

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

Nero, Dante, Trish, Lady and Vergil are all playable characters in the latest re-release of Devil May Cry 4. Not only will there be expanded content, the game will run in full 1080p and a fluid 60 frames per second, meaning all those combos you rack up will look better than ever.

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