Resident Evil 3 and Persona 5 Royal headline this week’s lineup of new PlayStation 4 and PS Vita releases on the PS Store.
This week’s big new PS4 release is Capcom’s Resident Evil 3. Remade in the RE Engine, the game gets a sumptuous graphical overhaul and employs the same third-person camera used in last year’s stunning RE2 remake. The package also includes the asymmetrical-multiplayer game, Resident Evil: Resistance.
One of the best RPGs of recent years also gets an update in Persona 5 Royal. This expanded version of the game features new music, characters, attacks, locations, puzzles, and story beats. We’re particularly excited to meet new Phantom Thief, Kasumi Yoshizawa, and hang out at the Penguin Sniper cafe to play billiards and darts. We love darts.
We might love darts, but we don’t love chemical bio-weapons. However, that’s what’s in store for players trapped in The Complex. With a script by Lynn Renee Maxcy, The Complex is an interactive cinematic thriller with branching storylines and performances from Kate Dickie (Game of Thrones) and Michelle Mylett (Bad Blood).
If you like the idea of Death Stranding, but not its execution, do check out Totally Reliable Delivery Service. It’s a madcap multiplayer physics-based simulator about delivering parcels. We totally loved what we played last year, and we totally expect it to be totally worth playing.
Other new PS4 releases include Overpass, Snakeybus, and Operencia: The Stolen Sun, a new old-school RPG from Zen Studios, who are best known for their pinball games. It looks promising.
Here is the full lineup of confirmed PlayStation Store games for the PS4, PS VR, and PS Vita.
New PlayStation 4 releases – March 30-April 3, 2020
Monday, March 30, 2020
- No releases
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
- Battle Rockets (PS Vita only)
- The Casebook of Arkady Smith
- The Complex
- Curious Expedition
- Final Assault
- Good Goliath
- Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher
- Operencia: The Stolen Sun
- Persona 5 Royal
- Random Heroes (+ PS Vita)
- The Ultimate FMV Bundle
- The Interactive Movie Bundle
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
- Totally Reliable Delivery Service
- The Wizards – Enhanced Edition
- WurroomInfliction: Extended Cut
- Yoga Master
Thursday, April 2, 2020
- No releases
Friday, April 3, 2020
- 8-Bit RTS Series Complete Collection
- Resident Evil 3
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