The first new batch of games for PS4 in 2015, including new gen outings for Resident Evil and Grim Fandango
As 2014 draws to a close we look ahead to the new games coming to Sony’s latest across North America and the UK in the first month of 2015, and after the recent lull things are starting to gain momentum again.
Motorcycle Club - 20th January North America
Already out in the UK, MotorCycle Club brings some arcade bike racing action with 22 official manufacturer models to choose from and the ability to create your own biker club with customisable team outfits
Resident Evil HD - 20th January
An HD remaster of the 2002 GameCube remake of the original 1996 Shinji Mikami PlayStation game that kicked off the survival horror genre. A classic brought back for the latest consoles.
Citizens of Earth - 20th January
Play as the Vice President of Earth as you recruit unlikely citizens to fight your turn based battles for you. In this comedy RPG your recruits have over 50 possible real-world day jobs such as the Barista and the Baker.
Rugby 15 - 23rd January UK
After releasing in other territories in the autumn, Rugby 15 comes to new gen in the UK. This is the first Rugby Union sim for two years and the first new Rugby game from HB Studios since Rugby World Cup 2011, although the studio has announced intentions to continue with annual Rugby sim releases.
Saints Row IV Re-Elected /Gat out of Hell - 20th January North America, 23rd January UK
Saints Row IV comes to new gen in the form of Re-Elected which comes bundled with the Hellish, Gat out of Hell Standalone expansion for Saints Row IV, which can also be purchased separately.
Dying Light - 27th January North America, 30th January UK
A new gen zombie survival experience from Techland, the makers of Dead Island. With your slick freerunning skills you Jump into an open world zombie infected city where day/night cycles play a role, as zombies get more aggressive at night.
Grim Fandango Remastered - 27th January
Another classic remastered for PS4, this time in the shape of Tim Schafer’s seminal neo-noir graphical adventure from 1998, Grim Fandango! A true all-time great.
Not a bad selection for PS4 as we head in 2015, let us know if any of the games will be joining your collections.
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