Following Elden Ring came Final Fantasy Origin: Stranger in Paradise It was Diablo IV Gold not nearly as good as FromSoftware's success. The game, however, Elden Ring shot to the top of Steam's charts as and, well, porn. Meanwhile, Hogwarts Legacy's Quidditch feature (of absence) became the talk of the town.
Rainbow Six Siege also returned with Operation Demon Veil, which included a stunning collection of Asian-inspired skin care, and a brand new Operator and masked defender, Azami one of the most powerful characters in the meta after Year 2's Mira. Overall March was more quiet than February (not in the sense that it's difficult) but April definitely more than made up for it.
The first big announcement that was announced in April featured WoW Dragonflight, the rumoured next World of Warcraft expansion that first leaked in advance but was confirmed long afterwards. In addition, with the Dragon Isles lurking on the edge, Unknown Worlds also confirmed that we'll be diving deep into the sea once more with Subnautica 3 - release day to be confirmed.
Blizzard's Diablo 2 Resurrected saw the first classes to be balanced in more than 12 years while also selling over five million copies, and one of the initial Overwatch 2 beta featuring new hero Sojourn dropped on April 26 making it the first time that avid gamers in overwatch the FPS gaming experience something exciting to get in to.
In the same vein as March, May was also a relatively calm month. The hype began to Diablo 4 Gold buy rise for Diablo Immortal, but it also it was announced that there would be a Marvel MMORPG, which was quickly and quietly cancelled.