Hey, everyone, I'm Jeff Bakalar and May is finally here.
Spring is in the air.
The weather is getting warmer and Summer is right around the corner.
But forget all of that crap, 'cuz you want to be with me inside playing video games.
Here's what you can look forward to playing in the month of May.
Up first on My 5th is a standalone prequel to last year's fantastic Wolfenstein reboot, The New Order.
Now the prequel is titled The Old Blood and it will let players, once again, take on the role of B.J. Blazkowicz.
In two separate campaigns as he infiltrates Castle Wolfenstein and kills more Nazis.
More dead Nazis.
Project CARS will hit consoles and PC on May 12th.
It aims to be the ultimate Motorsports simulation game that's been entirely community funded.
On May 14th PC gamers will finally get get access to Axiom Verge, which is a 2D platformer that's already out on Playstation four.
Nearly any computer can run Axiom Verge.
I love that game, and make sure you play it.
The next installment in the open world RPG series the Witcher will be hitting consoles and the PC on May 19th in the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
The Witcher 3 is said to be 30 times larger than previous Witcher games and 20% bigger than Skyrim.
That's insane And, finally, on May 29th, the Wii U will finally be getting some love in the form of Splatoon, which is a team-based third person shooter, which encourages four-on-four multiplayer matches.
Players compete to cover a map in their team's ink before the time runs out.
That about does it for me, if I didn't mention your most anticipated game for May, well just yell at me on twitter @JeffBaklar.
We'll see you back in June right here for brand new games.
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