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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for December 4, 2018

Who's hungry? Fight for that chicken dinner when PUBG hits PS4 next Friday

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The game that helped spark the battle royale phenomenon comes to PlayStation 4 this week. Drop into the world of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and dig in for a tense, no-holds-barred survival experience.

Developed by PUBG Corporation, this trend-setting multiplayer title pits players against one another in a massive, last-person-standing excursion. Loot the sprawling map for weapons and supplies, all while watching your back for any enemies gunning for you and your gear. Team up with friends in squads of four to increase your odds of survival with cooperative tactics. Survive long enough to be the last one standing and that delicious chicken dinner can be yours.

For a full list of new games coming to PlayStation next week, read on. And enjoy The Drop!

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PS VR — Digital
Trapped in the enchanting simulated world of Arca, it is up to you to find a path through the labyrinth and break free. With intuitive hands-free gameplay, Arca’s Path is an atmospheric VR gaming experience.
PS4 — Digital (Out 12/6)
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PS4 — Digital (Out 12/5)
Third release in the Arland series. Princess of the small frontier country of Arls, Meruru plans to use alchemy to stimulate the growth of her small country. Use Synthesis, Explore, and Battle to increase the population within the time limit and boost the advancement of the kingdom.
PS4 — Digital
First release in the Arland series. The main character Rorona must save her Atelier from being closed by the Kingdom. Using Synthesis, Exploration, and Battle, gain recognition for the Atelier and save it from being closed.
PS4 — Digital
The second release in the Arland series. In a search for her missing mother, Totori tours the world of Arland as an adventurer accompanied by her friends. Use Synthesis, Explore, and Battle to fulfil requests, raise her rank as an adventurer and venture into brand new lands.
PS4 — Digital
Battle Princess Madelyn is a game that follows the journey of a young knight in training, Madelyn, and her ghostly pet dog, Fritzy. They set out on a journey to save her kingdom and her family from the clutches of an evil wizard.
PS4 — Digital
Play as Betty Bat as she travels the world collecting gems. Tired of living in caves, the bats of the world have gathered up enough gems to buy a castle. You must reach your fellow bats and gather their gems before the birds have a chance to steal them!
PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
Emerald Shores is a challenging 16-bit platformer with a bunch of twists. Level up, take on rewarding sidequests, play unique minigames, unlock secret levels, raise a pet monster, fight an optional mega-leveled beast of a boss, and more!
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Out 12/5)
Energy Cycle Edge is the sequel to the puzzle game Energy Cycle. The main idea is the same, but in Energy Cycle Edge, most part of puzzles are 3D, so you’ll need to monitor the colors within several linked layers, adding a new facet to the familiar gameplay.
Escape Game: Aloha
PS4 — Digital
You are in a beautiful villa overlooking the sea in Hawaii. Find and combine items, solve puzzles, then escape! After the ending, you can play hide-and-seek with animals! Can you find them all?
PS4 — Digital
Gnomes Garden: New home — a continuation of the exciting fantasy strategy game about the world of gnomes. Obtain the Crystal of Eternal Light and return prosperity!
PS VR — Digital (Out 12/7)
Guns’n’Stories: Bulletproof is a dynamic and fun VR-western shooter that fully immerses players into weird Wild West. Visit beautiful locations with Oldman Bill and try many weapons under the rhythm of the dynamic music, jokes, and cynical humor!
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 12/7)
Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek follows the tragic story of the Neighbor’s family in this dramatic prequel to Hello Neighbor. The game explains events that lead up to the original Stealth Horror hit Hello Neighbor.
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 12/6)
Set 20 years after the first Jagged Alliance, this spin-off lets you experience a road trip into a jungle hell to test your mind and body to the limits!
PS4 — Digital, Retail
Just Cause 4 sees rogue agent Rico Rodriguez land in Solís to hunt down the truth about his past, at any cost. Strap into your wingsuit, equip your fully customizable grappling hook, and get ready to bring the thunder!
PS4 — Digital (Out 12/6)
Last released in 2008, The Last Remnant captured the hearts and minds of gamers with its enthralling story, countless characters and intricate battle system. Now this classic RPG is back with a Remastered version and is coming to PS4 with even more beautiful graphics, enhanced via an updated game engine.
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
Join Pixel as he quests through gaming history, teleporting across the most iconic video game systems of generations past. He’ll have to jump, dodge and play smart if he wants to survive all the traps, puzzles and enemies waiting to take him down at every turn.
PS4 — Digital
Monica e a Guarda dos Coelhos is a couch co-op game for one to four players, with a focus on teamwork and cooperation. Featuring the ability to play as a group with (many) heroes from the Brazilian IP Monica and Friends, everyone has a different role to help defend the castles against the smudge horde!
PS4 — Digital, Retail
Enjoy a colorful action-adventure game made alongside Ryuichi Nishizawa, creator of the original Wonder Boy in Monster World series. This game borrows the best from the classic series to deliver a fresh, modern adventure with fun gameplay, memorable music and gorgeous hand drawn animations.
PS4 — Digital
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a tactical adventure game combining turn-based combat with real-time exploration, story, stealth, and strategy. Explore a post-human Earth where mankind has been eradicated by climate change, nuclear war, and pandemics. Will your team of mutants survive the Zone?
PS4 — Digital
No gears, no glory! Control gigantic robots and duke it out across fantastic cityscapes in this 3D mech-based brawler! Epic and explosive battles await with distinctive mechs in local and online versus mode, party co-op with two to four players, and a single-player campaign.
PS4 (with VR mode), PS Vita — Digital, Retail
Face-to-face with an enigmatic Velvet Room resident, the SEES are forced to perform at a mysterious dance party. Test your rhythm based gameplay skills and dominate the dance floor!
PS4 (with VR mode), PS Vita — Digital, Retail
Face-to-face with enigmatic Velvet Room residents, the Phantom Thieves are forced to perform at a mysterious dance party. Test your rhythm based gameplay skills and steal some hearts on the dance floor!
PS4 (with VR mode) — Digital, Retail
Test your rhythm gameplay skills with the ultimate Persona Dancing bundle! Includes: Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight, & Persona 4: Dancing All Night!
PS VR — Digital (Out 12/5)
Classic Draw & Guess party fun with a unique VR twist. Gather your friends or family, draw with your head in VR instead of your hands and have them look at the TV to guess what you are trying to draw!
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 12/7)
Land, loot and outwit your opponents to become the last player left standing in a thrilling battle royalegame experience full of unexpected, adrenaline-pumping moments.
PS VR — Digital
Prison Boss VR is a crafting and trading game that turnsturning your VR space into a jail cell! Customize your cell as your reputation grows,! eEarn cash until you can’t store it anymore, and become the Prison Boss!
PS4 — Digital, Retail
Subnautica is an underwater adventure game set on an alien ocean planet. A massive, open world full of wonder and peril awaits you!
PS4 — Digital
Thronebreaker is a single player role-playing game set in the world of The Witcher that combines narrative-driven exploration with unique puzzles and card battle mechanics.

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Johnny-Estrada said:

November 30th, 2:08 pm

What about Smash Bros Ultimate?? It’s missing??

    Sindred said:

    November 30th, 2:29 pm

    Probably because we’re covered with games for the the entire year, while other unfortunates aren’t.

    Alastor424 said:

    December 1st, 7:26 pm

    Ehh, I’d say there’s an equal amount of garbage released year-round on both platforms.

    SidNightwalker said:

    December 2nd, 10:23 pm

    Oh yeah, because around only 30 games a week are released on the Switch, right. So barren.

    SayWord01 said:

    December 3rd, 6:21 am

    Why would there be a post about Smash on a Playstation Blog? What goes through your head making a comment like that lol.

    @SidNightWalker

    Lolol 30 games we’ve played elsewhere and not to mention could be bought cheaper with better performance.

    The Switch is only good for hardcore Ninty fans who are okay with waiting months in between releases for games we’ve already played for the last 30 years.

    SidNightwalker said:

    December 3rd, 2:04 pm

    Yeah, you seem so knowledgeable, after all. Why don’t you go preorder some more games for full price, little nitwit.

    Arel203 said:

    December 4th, 1:39 pm

    @SidNightWalker Look at this bad troll. Has no games to play on his switch so hes forced to troll on the internet out of boredom.

    Nintendo releases a decent game every 1.5 yrs and this kids talking about 30 games a week, half of which are rereleased multiplatform trash that I wouldn’t even spend my money on when it came out let along a dumbed down, low resolution 20 fps version on the toddlers console.

    Bought the garbage switch for Zelda and it was the most overhyped and over rated baron game with 5 hours of story and a huge open world filled with nothing but the same monsters in different colors and the same weapons that endlessly break. OH BUT THERE’S PUZZLES11!!11!!!

    I did have fun with the new Mario party but the new maps are too small and the games are far too short now, ultimately got bored after a few matches that ended too quickly, disappointed.

    Sure Smash is good, but dont come here talking about 30 games a week lmao.. Switch is a garbage console that markets towards little kids and will never compete in software with the top dogs. Go play pokemon and stop trolling just because your mommy hasn’t bought you a new game.

    Mr_Pokirby said:

    December 5th, 5:22 pm

    All you ignorant children acting like you know what quality is.
    Have fun burning for spreading lies.
    As if anything about Nintendo is bad.
    Damn ignoramuses.
    Badness doesn’t exist.

m0rtr3k588 said:

November 30th, 2:35 pm

Isn’t Path of Exile launching on the 7th? Why isn’t it on the list?

    Vyprstryke said:

    November 30th, 3:51 pm

    Was delayed

    Mercenary09 said:

    November 30th, 10:57 pm

    Delayed until either January or February the developer said.

dairestrit said:

November 30th, 3:03 pm

O Mutant Year Zero e Subnautica me interessaram bastante. Desde que a vi aqui a matéria sobre Subnautica já acho que vai ser um jogão.

pinder2009 said:

November 30th, 4:07 pm

Atelier games are nice. Won’t buy them again since I already have them on Vita. Recommend playing Totori then Meruru, then Rorona if you’re new to it. Still dreaming of the day the Dusk trilogy will go on sale for Vita, otherwise I hope we’ll see Dusk DX someday.

    SidNightwalker said:

    December 2nd, 10:27 pm

    Oh come on, one can only take so much cliche.

infamousgodV2_0 said:

November 30th, 4:19 pm

I feel sorry for the PlayStation only user who have to buy Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden & PUBG while Xbox users get them both free with gamepass.

    GaMeR_bOi_83 said:

    November 30th, 5:55 pm

    So it’s bad to buy the game and show support towards the developers while Xbox users free load? I fail to see how that’s sad?

    Tatanka2007 said:

    November 30th, 6:51 pm

    Yes, it is nice that MS includes new first party titles as well as relatively recent titles like PUBG in Game Pass. There’s a reason for it though. They are desperate. When you have to “give away” your exclusives, that’s not saying much about the success of Xbox. I like my X1X, but honestly I prefer Pro with a much better library of exclusives. And Pro with SSD internal loads so much faster than X1X which can’t have SSD for internal, so no fast boots. If only Sony had shown respect for people’s investments in PS3 titles and worked out some form of BC, Xbox would have little going for it.

    BoltZilla said:

    December 1st, 10:14 am

    Wonder how bad PUBG is gonna be on PS4. Still pretty broken on Xbox after a year…

    Alastor424 said:

    December 1st, 7:28 pm

    Support for the developers? Have you PLAYED PUBG? Oh wait, you’re on PS4..

    Jisatsu_Kiddo said:

    December 5th, 6:58 am

    xbox game pass is laughable at best(yes i had/have it) most of the games are either older or was already out on pc/ps4. you can skip pubg as it still plays like a pre-alpha on pc. the xbox could barely run the code without crashing or fail loading objects. go for h1z1, fornite or blackout.

Elk_mistral said:

November 30th, 5:24 pm

Suck only 5 Vita games this week..

Tatanka2007 said:

November 30th, 6:36 pm

It’s been a long wait but Persona Dancing: Endless Night Bundle finally arrives next week. Fingers crossed that someday soon we’ll see more of the great cast of Persona 4 on PS4.

PASTE-POT-PETE said:

December 1st, 5:28 am

Whoo hoo!! The game I’ve worked on for two years finally comes out! Let’s do this thing, Rico Rodriguez! Bring the thunder!

Arn_1 said:

December 1st, 5:52 am

Looking forward to Battle Princess Madelyn.

TallCrowe said:

December 1st, 7:56 am

I bought the Dancing Persona collection

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SirRealDeal said:

December 2nd, 6:43 am

Arca’s Path is a definite buy for me.

On the Oculus Go.

Every PSVR game that’s also available on Oculus Go is 50% (or more) cheaper on the Go. I’d love to hear the explanation for that.

What I’d really like to know is why aren’t more people playing In Death on PSVR? That game is strangely addictive.

Tatanka2007 said:

December 2nd, 6:18 pm

I find it odd that they are censoring largely anime-themed titles. They are still offering anime videos in the Store that have more adult content than the games they are censoring. Why one and not the other?

SidNightwalker said:

December 2nd, 10:20 pm

As utterly mediocre as Black Ops 4 might be, at least it’s not still in beta. I hope PUBG tanks hard.

lanili said:

December 3rd, 2:32 pm

Woo the last remnant!!! Played it when it first came out but since I don’t own an Xbox anymore I’m excited that they finally have it for the ps4!!!!

maxvtec said:

December 3rd, 7:27 pm

Please tell me I’m gonna be able to use the touchpad for inventory management!!

febwtf said:

December 4th, 10:28 am

Wonder Boy *and* Monica? Y’all are getting desperate.

asdfghhjkhjkl said:

December 6th, 4:17 am

Just cause good game.A ecperar el 4.Slds

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