The year for this game started off strong with several major releases in January, February and March. In April, we take your foot off the gas pedal, though games like Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and Nintendo Switch Sports are also welcome. These are the April game releases.
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April 5 – PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC
One of the most promising games of April releases at the beginning of the month. Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga promises to be the definitive Lego Star Wars game, covering the story from all the major films. In addition, the game features an open world that the player can explore on their own arrangement. So someone who wants to experience the story of the third movie first, and then move on to the seventh movie, can do that. Also in terms of characters, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga takes it bigger than ever. The game features more than 300 playable characters, some of which have never been seen in Lego Star Wars before.
April 7 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo SwitchTM, PC
The original Chrono Cross was released in 1999, which made the game somewhat outdated. Fortunately, Square Enix is launching a remake this month, so fans can finally try this classic again — and the newcomers begin their first adventure. In Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition, the 3D models have been upgraded to HD, new artwork has been added, the music quality has been improved, and the game also includes a host of new features. For these reasons, the remaster seems to be worth it, but for those who are not yet convinced: the game costs only €19.99!
April 20 – Nintendo Switch
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is the second Star Wars game due out in April, although of course this title has been released before. After all, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed debuted in 2009. Now, thirteen years later, The Force Unleashed is being released on the Nintendo Switch. In the game, you will act as Starkiller, the secret apprentice owned by no one but Darth Vader. The player is given the task of tracking down and destroying the Jedi, which of course includes the necessary lightsaber action.
April 21 – PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, S, Xbox One, and PC
The annual release of the new MotoGP game is on its way again. MotoGP 22 tries to be more realistic than ever, with new and more challenging races. With over one hundred and twenty motorcyclists, seventy of whom are well-known motorcyclists of the past, the game offers perhaps the most complete motorbike racing experience to date. The game features more than twenty official racing tracks, all of which have been recreated in detail. There is of course a lot to do for the competitive player in MotoGP 22. There are countless online events to take part in and for the best there is also an esports branch.
April 26 – PC
King Arthur: Knight’s Tale has been playable in Early Access on Steam for over a year now, but the game is finally getting a full release soon. Although the game is also coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and S, that release date has yet to be announced. King Arthur: Knight’s Tale is a tactical RPG where the player takes on the role of King Arthur as Sir Mordred, a former black knight. Sir Mordred killed King Arthur, but with his last breath, King Mordred also took out Sir Mordred. Now both of them are dead, but both of them are also alive. It is up to the player to take out what is left of King Arthur for good.
April 26 – Nintendo Switch
Zombie Army 4: Dead War was released a little over a year ago on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, but a Switch release wasn’t soon. It’s time at the end of April, because then Switch gamers can also start the game. Zombie Army 4: Dead War is a brutal action game that pits the player against the zombie army collected by Adolf Hitler that is more hungry than ever. Fortunately, the player can handle this quite well, with a large arsenal of deadly weapons to counter the enemies. The game should offer entertaining action with challenging bosses and fun map design.
April 29 – Nintendo Switch
Does Nintendo Switch Sports Really Need an Introduction? After all, who hasn’t played Wii Sports? This is basically what Nintendo Switch Sports: Wii Sports is in a new form, on a new console. Several popular sports have returned to the game in the form of tennis, bowling, sword fighting, football, badminton and volleyball. Nintendo has already announced that it will be adding free golf this fall. Will Nintendo Switch Sports be as successful as Wii Sports were at the time? Time will tell, although this game does not come with the console for free, unlike Wii Sports. Anyway, we’re looking forward to a sports trip again!
• Super Cyborg (April 1, Xbox One and PC)
The curse of terrorism (April 1, Switch and PC)
• MLB The Show 22 (April 5, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Switch)
• Outbreak: Infectious memories (April 6, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and PC)
• Forgive me, Dad (April 7, PC)
There are: oceans of time (April 7, PC)
• House of the Dead: New Edition (April 7, Switch)
† 13 Guardians: Aegis Rim (April 12, PlayStation 4 and Switch)
• 96 . Street (April 14, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, Switch, and PC)
† tormented souls (April 14, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, Switch, and PC)
† Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja War (April 19, PlayStation 4, Switch and PC)
† Chernobyl (April 21, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and S)
• Janryu 2: Hakuma Kojiro (April 22, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch and PC)
• Crooked Serpent (April 26, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, Switch and PC)
- Stanley Proverb: Ultra Deluxe (April 27, PS5, PS4, Series X and, Xbox One, Switch and PC)
• Tasomachi: behind the twilight (April 28, PlayStation 4, Switch and PC)
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