PlayStation released a set of new games for 26 February 2019. The list is a long one which includes names like Dead or Alive 6, Trials Rising, Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove and many more exciting games. Gamers have been enthusiastically waiting for PlayStation’s Drop to happen and it has finally dropped. The rest of this article will be explaining the new games released on the Drop.
8-Bit invaders will be available on PS4, and it is an easy game to learn and play. Gamers in this game will have to choose between having to control the military might of the Galactic Marine Corps or joining the Cranioids for invasion. The Archslinger, a game made for the VR, is a shooting game where the gamers will have to shoot the Gold Smoke and his army of goons.
PS4 and PS Vita based Awesome Pea is a classic run and jump platformer game. Blast Zone Tournament is a single player campaign, but users will have to take part in multiplayer arenas and literally blast their way up the leader-board. Crash DUmmy is a challenging story-driven adventure game where the users will have to explode, burn and freeze their way out of each level. Creepy Road is somewhat like a rescue mission where the protagonist of the game Flint Tucker will have to kill the enemies on the road to save his beloved Angelina.
The most awaited game of all time, Dead or Alive 6 gets a new boost and now features brand new stages and characters. Death Coming is designed somewhat on the model of the famous movie Final Destination where the players will have to harvest human souls overcoming the obstacles on their way. DiRT Rally 2.0 is a racing game with a deadly edge. FImbul is a cold, wintry game which precedes the events of Ragnarok of the Norse mythology. These are some of the games associated with the Drop. Others include games like Deponia’s Doomsday, Doom and Destiny, Honor and Duty: D Day, The Lego Movie 2 Videogame, NieR:Automata Game of the YoRHa Edition, Pic-a-Pix Classic, RemiLore, Stellaris, Summer Funland, ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove, Trials Rising, Vert-Go Home!, The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition, and Wartile.