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New PlayStation Store releases for April 9, 2019

Here’s the full lineup of new games released on the PlayStation Store from April 9, 2019.



New PlayStation Store releases

Here’s the full lineup of new PS4, PS Vita and PS VR games released on the PlayStation Store from April 9, 2019.

This week’s PlayStation 4 highlight is Falcon Age, the sci-fi falconry adventure you never knew you wanted. Outer Loop’s game is a tale of resistance set on a backwater colony planet invaded by machines. The stunning visuals are enough to pique our interest, but if we’re honest, we just as excited by prospect of chilling with a pet bird.

Another of this week’s picks is Dangerous Driving, the spiritual successor to the original Burnout games from some of the creatives behind the original Burnout games. Takedowns, aftertouch, and oncoming traffic are all here, and although a little more polish would have been welcome – there’s little in the way of music, for example – the game’s budget price makes it an appealing proposition.


Other new releases include Capcom’s Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, the remaster of Shadowgate, and third-person shooter, Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain.

Here’s the full lineup of new releases.

PlayStation Store releases – April 9, 2019

PlayStation 4

  • Airport Simulator 2019
  • Constructor Plus (April 12)
  • Dangerous Driving
  • Dark Quest 2 (April 12)
  • Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain (April 11)
  • Falcon Age
  • Ghost 1.0 (April 8)
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
  • Royal Roads (April 10)
  • Shadowgate (April 11)
  • Super Weekend Mode (Cross Buy)
  • Ultrawings Flat
  • Vaporum
  • Zanki Zero: Last Beginning

Playstation Vita

  • Super Weekend Mode (Cross Buy)

Don’t forget to check out April’s lineup of free PlayStation Plus games, and next week’s new Xbox One releases.

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