Here’s the full lineup of PlayStation 4 and PS Vita games coming to the PlayStation Store on December 5, 2017.
After a quiet week on the PlayStation Store we can look forward to 21 new releases over the next seven days, with a roster that includes a nice mix of old and new titles, plus a couple of eye-catching indies games.
There are no standout games this week, but if you are looking for something meaty to dig into, the Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition should last the distance, as will the Steep Winter Games Edition.
And if you love zombies, Telltale are collecting all three series of The Walking Dead into one bumper bundle, and Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package includes all of the game’s DLC, plus some classic Capcom character costumes.
On the indie front our pick is Let Them Come, a simple but visually impressive old school alien shooter. And finally, fans of the Jak and Daxter series can pick up three PlayStation 2 classics.
Here is the full PlayStation Store release lineup for next week:
PlayStation Store releases – December 5, 2017
- A Hat in Time
- Battlestar Galactica Deadlock (8th)
- Boiling Bolt
- Chaos on Deponia (6th)
- Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package
- Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition
- Invector (7th)
- Jak II (6th)
- Jak 3 (6th)
- Jak X: Combat Racing (6th)
- Justice League VR: The Complete Experience
- Let Them Come
- LocoRoco 2 Remastered (9th)
- Mitch: Berry Challenge
- NeverEnd (6th)
- Oh My Godheads
- Snow Fortress
- Squareboy vs. Bullies: Arena Edition (6th)
- Steep Winter Games Edition
- Tokyo Xanadu eX+ (8th)
- The Walking Dead: A Telltale Series Collection
- No releases
- No releases
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