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This week’s PlayStation 4 releases (May 4-8, 2020)

Take a look at this week’s lineup of new PS Store releases for the PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PS VR.

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Take a look at this week’s lineup of new PS Store releases for the PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PS VR.

This week’s PlayStation 4 highlight is Void Bastards from Blue Manchu. It’s a sci-fi roguelike FPS that takes combat cues from Bioshock, looks like a comic book, and is loaded with dark humour. The game has some rough edges, but it reliably delivers thrilling, seat-of-your-pants escapades.

Another new release that attempts to do the same is John Wick Hex. This timeline strategy game serves as a prequel to the movies and is intricate, stylish, and often very clever. However, it’s sometimes a little too fussy, and the results of your actions are never quite as impressive as you’d like.

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Other new releases include the accurately-titled genre mash-up game, Supermash, 2D puzzle platformer Emma: Lost in Memories, and sci-fi shoot ‘em up, Task Force Kampas.

Here’s the full list of new PlayStation Store games for the PS4, PS VR, and PS Vita. We’ll add any last-minute additions to the list throughout the week.

New PlayStation 4 releases: May 4-8, 2020

Monday, May 4, 2020

  • Taimumari: Complete Edition

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

  • John Wick Hex
  • Reed 2(+ PS Vita)
  • Task Force Kampas
  • Ubermosh:Omega
  • World War Z – GOTY Edition

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

  • Ping Redux

Thursday, May 7, 2020

  • Conan Exiles Complete Edition May 2020
  • Infinite – Beyond The Mind
  • Void Bastards

Friday, May 8, 2020

  • Emma: Lost In Memories (+ PS Vita)
  • Fury Unleashed
  • SuperMash

For more PS4 games, read about the new PS Store Big in Japan and Games Under $20/€20 sales.


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