Another weekend has rolled around and we have another batch of announcements that you may have missed over the weekend. Here are seven titles that will be making their way to Playstation 4 over the next few months:
The final part of Artifex Mundi's Enigmatis
trilogy will be making its way to Playstation 4 in March, the first of two titles that the publisher announced over the weekend. After the preacher escaped for a second time in Ravenwood, the detective duo discover new evidence about his plan. He's heading to a monastery at the peak of one of the remotest Karakorum Mountains where he can realise his quest for world domination. Can the protagonist and her fellow detective Hamilton stop him before it's too late?
Developer Cygames has teamed up with PlatinumGames to bring their smartphone action RPG Granblue Fantasy
to Playstation 4. Few details are known about the title, but the trailer showcases four characters in action — Katalina, Io, Percival and Rackam. Combat is now action-based rather than the turn-based combat in the mobile version of the title, with each character having special abilities and the ability to combine them for more devastating attacks. The skyship Grandcypher will also be appearing. Hopefuly, more details will be revealed in the lead up to the game's release sometime in the future.
Multitool Studios' upcoming 2D sidescrolling platformer puts players in the role of Hill. Her father is a genetics specialist whose scientific advances are looking to change the course of humanity thanks to the assistance of a mysterious collaborator. When her father is kidnapped, Hill must use her combat training to avoid hazards, defeat enemies and find keys to allow her to access the areas needed to find and save her father. The title is due to be released for Steam on January 26th and will come to Playstation 4 sometime after that date.
Publisher Bandai Namco has announced a new instalment in the Gundam Breaker
franchise. Details for this title are even scarcer than Granblue Fantasy
, although the game promises to allow players to destroy enemy Gunplas, gather the parts from the wreckage and use them to build their own Gundam. The title will be arriving on Playstation 4 this year.
The second Artifex Mundi title to be announced over the weekend is the final part of the Nightmares from the Deep
trilogy. Having barely escaped with her life in the first part after being kidnapped, it seems like museum curator Sara Black's daughter Cory hasn't learnt her lesson. After gathering enough evidence to prove that Davy Jones is real, a press conference is called at the museum. Unfortunately, Cory gets kidnapped again, this time with her mother. In order to save her mother's life, Cory makes a pact with Davy Jones to sacrifice her own life, and it is up to Sara to find a way to break that pact. Players will be able to conclude the trilogy next month.
In Sleepless Clinic's "survival management game", players manage a team of survivors who find themselves stranded on an abandoned planet after their spaceship crashes. The nearest hope of help is light years away, so they need to fend for themselves in the freezing cold environment with unpredictable weather. They need to fix the spaceship and escape quickly, but you'll also need to manage resources, the safety of the crew, and their life functions. A wrong choice or running out of time will lead to the death of a crew member, but then what do you do with the body — dispose of it or use it to feed the other survivors? These are the decisions that you'll have to make on February 20th when the title arrives on Playstation 4 for US$17.99 / €14.99 / £12.99.
Launched two weeks after Playstation VR arrived, Windlands
proved to be a popular VR title. Now, the sequel will also be making its way to PSVR later this year. It's time to destroy gigantic titans and save the world from danger using just your bow and a grappling hook. This time, you can take on the mission alone or with a friend.
Will you be watching out for any of these titles?