Top Turn-Based RPGs And Strategy Games Of June 2024

Written by Marcello TBL

Top RPGs of June 2024

The Most Relevant Releases on PC, Switch, Playstation, and Xbox

We are in June, and I know many of you are eagerly awaiting the new version of the fifth chapter of Shin Megami Tensei. I am, too, since I don’t have a Nintendo Switch, so this PC version is just perfect. But note that it’s not just Shin Megami Tensei this month. Accompanying the Atlus title, there are some other interesting titles: a remastered version of the first chapter of a famous JRPG, an interesting 4X strategy game with highly inspired graphics, a HOMM-like game, and a survival RPG that shouldn’t be underestimated.

So, after reminding you to follow TBL on Google News, it’s time to see the best turn-based RPGs and Strategy games of June 2024.

Songs Of Silence

Let’s start with a strategy game that recently completed a successful Kickstarter campaign. I’m talking about Songs of Silence, developed and published by Chimera Entertainment, an indie strategy game set in a richly crafted fantasy world threatened by an all-consuming entity known as the Silence. What definitely impressed me the most after trying the demo is undoubtedly the game world and its highly inspired graphics.

Scheduled for E.A. release on June 4, 2024, Songs Of Silence melds turn-based kingdom management, hero development, and auto-battler mechanics with real-time combat.

Songs of Silence

Players can expect to explore two distinct worlds, lead armies of over 100 units, and utilize tactical orders and divine interventions in battle. The game promises a compelling narrative, beautifully rendered in an Art Nouveau style, and features both single-player campaigns and various multiplayer modes. For sure one not to miss.

Field Of Glory: Kingdoms

I must be honest; grand strategy games like this one are not my favorite genre, but I know there are great communities behind this genre, particularly the Field Of Glory series. Kingdoms, the latest offering from the studio AGEOD, is a grand strategy game set in 1054 AD, shortly after the Great Schism. Spanning over two centuries of European, African, and Middle Eastern history, the game boasts impressive features, including many factions, units, buildings, religions, and new cultural traits.

Field Of Glory Kingdoms

Players will manage their domains through the Authority system, balancing edicts and wars while navigating complex dynastic successions and religious tensions. Social hierarchy management is crucial, from peasants to nobles, ensuring stability and control. Warfare is a core element, with diverse unit types available to protect borders and achieve goals. The game also integrates with Field of Glory II: Medieval for enhanced battle control and offers a robust asynchronous multiplayer system for challenging real-world opponents. The release date is set for the 4th of June.

The Ancients

This month seems to be all about strategy games, and the one introduced now is a very interesting 4X game that puts players in the shoes of prehistoric humans to face everything they had to deal with at that time. The Ancients is an immersive turn-based survival strategy game developed by GorillaSoftWorks and published by Camlann Games. Set during the last ice age, players guide a prehistoric hunter-gatherer tribe through harsh environments and fierce predators.

The Ancients

The game emphasizes strategic migration, resource management, and technological advancement, requiring players to make crucial social and political decisions to evolve their civilization. With hexagon map tiles for tactical battles, and a focus on building tools, shelters, and cultural identities. Wait for it on June 5th in E.A.

Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance

Definitely the star of the month. I never played Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance, and this new remastered version, which arrives on PC and consoles, is the best occasion for me and everyone who has never played it to step into the shoes of a powerful demigod navigating a war-torn Tokyo-teeming with angels and demons. As players journey through the devastated city, they’ll engage in turn-based combat and recruit from over 270 unique demons.

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The remastered version offers new storylines with moral dilemmas shaping humanity’s fate, stunning visuals, an enhanced battle system, and expansive new areas to explore. Wait for it on the 14th of June on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch.

Monster Hunter Stories Remaster

Capcom challenges Atlus on June 14th by offering the remastered version of Monster Hunter Stories for Nintendo Switch, PC, and PS4. This new edition boasts high-definition visuals, fully voiced dialogues, and extra features including a museum with over 200 illustrations and sketches, as well as a jukebox featuring the game’s soundtrack in surround sound for the first time.

Monster Hunter Stories Remastered

Players can pre-order to receive exclusive Navirou King and Queen costumes inspired by Rathalos and Rathian, and those with save data from Monster Hunter Stories 2 will get the Mahana Rider costume.

Interregnum: False Prophet

The next game is what could potentially be the dark horse of the month. Interregnum: False Prophet. It is a tactical turn-based survival game by Spacewalkers where the apocalypse has left California in perpetual winter and the player’s child missing. As humanity struggles with the aftermath of a catastrophic extraterrestrial virus, players must lead a group of survivors while assuming the role of the False Prophet to garner their support.

Interregnum Chronicles: False Prophet World Map

I tried the demo a while ago and was pleased to discover a solid combat system and a cool open-world map. To survive, the game demands strategic combat, resource scavenging, and managing the needs of players’ caravans in this unforgiving world. It is definitely one I suggest not to miss when it is released on PC on June 18th.

Pennon And Battle

Introduced with an overview a few days ago, Pennon and Battle is ready to debut in Early Access on June 20th on PC. Developed by PB Studio and published by Luckycalf, the game is an engaging turn-based strategy war game set in the expansive and mystical Ruachland, where players assume the role of a lord tasked with reviving a kingdom.

Pennon and Battle

Obviously inspired by Heroes of Might and Magic, the game promises a rich blend of tactics, magic, and adventure, set for release on June 20, 2024. Players can lead diverse heroes and armies to expand their territories, utilizing a vast array of spells, soldiers, and strategic insights to eliminate foes.

Featuring both single-player campaigns and online PvP modes, Pennon and Battle promises a dynamic gameplay experience with extensive customization. After beating Songs Of Conquest, it’s probably the game you want to try next.

Dragon Eclipse

And we wrap up this list of the month’s best releases with a new deckbuilder (they’re never in short supply…). Dragon Eclipse is a deck-building roguelite that immerses players in a mystical world filled with magical creatures called Mystlings. As a Tamer, players collect, train, and evolve their Mystlings, leveraging their unique abilities to build powerful decks and create strategic synergies.

Dragon Eclipse Roguelite

The game offers diverse playstyles through different Tamers and combines dynamic deck construction with engaging team-based battles. Lovers of deckbuilders will probably have many hours to engage with. Set to release on June 24, 2024 on PC in Early Access.

I have a feeling I might have forgotten something, and that’s probably the case. If there’s anything I missed, please let me know. Don’t forget to check out this article for a complete overview of all the year’s releases so far. I also invite you to connect with me on Twitter and join our Discord community. Ciaaaaoooo


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Marcello TBL

Italian Dad in love with Turn-Based RPGs and Indie Games. In 2018 he started Turn Based Lovers and now he can't live without it.