Mirror's Edge Catalyst
"Mirror's Edge Catalyst" will be out on June 7. EA DICE

June is a big month for games. While it is the month for the trade show event E3 2016, it will also bring an array of games from different genres to the consoles and PC.

While some may still be reeling from the fact that “No Man’s Sky” will not make it to the June releases list, there are still a couple of notable ones coming this month.

“Mirror’s Edge Catalyst”

On June 7, players on the PS4, Xbox One and PC can check out the reboot “Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.” EA’s treatment of the new title looks at Faith’s origin story.

As a teaser, EA DICE has released a new blog post featuring the main characters in “Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.” Besides Faith Connors, the skilled Runner in Glass, there’s also KrugerSec head Gabriel Kruger, father figure Noah Kekai, fellow runner Birdman and Faith’s closest rival Icarus.

“Minecraft Story Mode” episode 6, “Minecraft” Battle Mini Game

“Minecraft” fans have a lot to look forward to for the franchise this June. Telltale Games has confirmed the release of the sixth episode of “Minecraft Story Mode.” The game will feature YouTube personalities as characters in the game.

The Battle mini game will arrive sometime in June, though Mojang and Microsoft have yet to detail exactly when this will occur.

“Mighty No. 9”

The crowdfunded title from Comcept has received several delays. But finally, the launch of the “Mega Man” spiritual successor will arrive on June 21.

Recently, developer Comcept has rolled out an email to backers of the game. According to DualShockers, over 13,000 backers have not responded with what platform they would want to play “Mighty No. 9” on. The game will be coming to a wide array of devices, including the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC and Wii U. There are two additional platforms coming later in the year, namely the PS Vita and the Nintendo 3DS.

“Resident Evil 5”

Capcom has been working on an updated version of its “Resident Evil 5” title. Just recently, the re-release was announced to come to the PS4 and Xbox One on June 28, GameSpot reported.

The game will be optimised for current-gen consoles, boasting better framerates and 1080p resolution. The release will also already include the game’s DLCs and The Mercenaries United and harder No Mercy modes.

“LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens”

Fans of “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” can relive the movie with the upcoming “LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

Set to release on June 28 for the PS4, PS3, PS Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, WiI U, Nintendo 3DS and PC, the game features all of the characters from the movie and then some—all in their Lego, blocky-goodness.