Connect with us


New PlayStation Store releases for March 12, 2019

Check out the full lineup of new PS4 and PS Vita video games coming to the PlayStation Store from March 12, 2019.



New PlayStation Store releases

Check out the full lineup of new PlayStation 4 and PS Vita video games coming to the PlayStation Store from March 12, 2019.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 headlines a modest lineup of new PlayStation 4 releases. Ubisoft’s open world action-RPG has generated quite a bit of buzz, and we fully expect the game to address the rough edges of its predecessor, and serve up a more consistently satisfying and polished experience. If you’ve pre-ordered the Ultimate or Gold editions, you can play the game from Tuesday, for everyone else it’s available on Friday. The game is also coming to Xbox One and PC.

Also coming to PS4 is Bandai Namco’s One Piece World Seeker, which looks be an entertaining enough adventure for fans of the long-running anime and manga franchise.


If you’re in the market for some breezy cheesy action, Rico, the procedurally-generated buddy cop shooter from Ground Shatter should do the trick.

Also released this week is the free-to-play edition of Team Ninja’s action-RPG fighter, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. The free version lets players compete online and offline with pre-selected characters from a weekly changing roster.

Here’s the full rundown on next week’s PlayStation store releases.

PlayStation Store releases – March 12, 2019

PlayStation 4

  • The Arcslinger (March 13)
  • Blood Waves (March 15)
  • The Caligula Effect: Overdose
  • Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 (March 15)
  • Ghost of a Tale
  • One Piece World Seeker (March 15)
  • Rico
  • The Wizards: Enhanced Edition

Playstation Vita

  • Imaginary Game 4: Revelations

Don’t forget that March’s slender lineup of PS Plus games are now available, and you can save on hundreds of games in four new PlayStation Store sales.

We have a favour to ask

Thumbsticks has a couple of main aims. We want to write interesting articles and cover games that most outlets won't, and we want to give opportunities to new writers and new voices. And right now, with the current state of online publishing? It's tough! We hate to ask, but if you want us to continue writing what others won't, or to keep covering weird indie games, or to be able to give opportunities to new writers – and only if you can afford it – then please consider supporting us on Patreon.

Recommended for you

Thumbsticks editor and connoisseur of Belgian buns. Currently playing: Paper Mario: The Origami King, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and Pikmin 3 Deluxe.


Latest from Thumbsticks