The waiting is over. It has been too long since any AAA game titles, and players grew impatient. The upcoming PS4 games are finally here, and we can enjoy sleek new adventures starting this month! The game list is not short at all, and it promises fantastic news about one of the most praised game installments so far.
PS4’s March Game List
- Doom 64 – March 20;
- Doom Eternal – March 20;
- Persona 5 Royal – March 31;
- Nioh 2 – March 13;
- Granblue Fantasy Versus – March 3;
- My Hero One’s Justice 2 – March 13;
- La-Mulana 1 and 2 – March 17;
- The Complex – March 31;
- Langrisser I and II – March 10;
- R.B.I Baseball 20 – March 17;
- One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 – March 27;
- Hidden Through Time – March 12;
- Gigantosaurus The Game – March 27;
- MLB The Show 20 – March 17;
- Moons of Madness – March 24;
Doom Eternal Available on PS4 Starting March 20
Doom Eternal arrives on the same day as Animal Crossing: New Horizons, so when you’ll get tired of slaying monsters and bringing chaos with some sleek weaponry, there is a gardening and paying off loans that wait for you. id Software’s next sequel of the praised Doom 2016 will leave you speechless, and thanks to the high-quality of the rocking metal music, you’ll get the best experience so far.
Nioh 2 Available on PS4 Starting March 13
The Feudal Japan period seems to be quite a catch for most gamers. Nioh 2 will arrive soon on PS4 and is ready to take where it last remained. So, prepare for that slash and hack combat that it got 100 % improved. Players should expect to see more of yokai, the spirits that will help you comprehend new moves and skills.
Persona 5 Royal Available on PS4 Starting March 31
March will end with one of the most waited game titles so far. Persona 5 Royal will introduce a new Phantom Thief, a new semester of classes, new areas to venture, sleek new characters ready to be discovered, and some revamped palaces, as well. The changes will surely bring you the best game experience so far.
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