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New PlayStation 4 releases for August 13, 2019

Here are full details of next week’s new PlayStation Store releases for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.



New PlayStation Store releases

No Man’s Sky Beyond headlines next week’s new PlayStation Store releases for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

The latest free content expansion for Hello Games’ procedurally generated space adventure is the highlight of a reasonably quiet week for new PlayStation 4 releases. No Man’s Sky Beyond adds support for PSVR, along with a suite of new social multiplayer features. It’s also coming to PC and Xbox One.

Other new games include historical RTS, Ancestor’s Legacy, PC Building Simulator, and cute puzzle platformer, Gravity Duck. The Vasara Collection also brings together Visco’s classic arcade shoot ’em ups, Vasara 1 and Vasara 2, to PS4 and PS Vita.


If none of next week’s games are to your liking, the big PlayStation Store Summer Sale is still running around the world, including the US and UK.

Here’s the full lineup of next week’s new PS4 and PS Vita releases.

PlayStation Store releases – August 13, 2019

PlayStation 4

  • Ancestors Legacy
  • Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes – August 14
  • Exception – August 14
  • Genesis
  • Gravity Duck (Cross Buy)
  • No Man’s Sky Beyond (Content Expansion) – August 14
  • PC Building Simulator
  • Vasara Collection

PlayStation Vita

  • Gravity Duck (Cross Buy)
  • Vasara Collection

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