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New PS5, PS4 Games Coming This Week: March 15th – March 19th 2021

Next-gen adventures with the Avengers

What’s coming out on PS4 and PS5 this week? What are the best new games? This week has a few new adventures in store for players, as well as one or two returning classics.


This week is a little light on the big hitters but there’s still a reason to shopping on the PlayStation Store this week.

If you’re a fan of atmospheric horror games/walking simulators, In Rays of The Light is a fantastic option and I highly recommend it. It’s horror but without the jump scares and monsters. Great stuff indeed.

Horror isn’t for everybody, though, but maybe you can be tempted by another spooky character making their big return? Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse is getting a re-release this week after spending over a decade in his crypt.

The headline act this week is, of course, Square Enix’s Marvel’s Avengers which is getting its next-gen release on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. It’s coming quite a while after the game’s initial release but hopefully, fans will be happy with what lands in their hands. I know our Stuart is itching to play the next-gen version.

Unfortunately, there are no new PSVR releases this week. Bah humbug.

Monday (March 15th)

  • Gar nichts. Nada. Il n’y a pas de nouveaux jeux. Bugger all.

Tuesday (March 16th)

  • Monster Truck Championship (PS5 Edition – review here)
  • Mundaun
  • RBI Baseball 21
  • Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse

Wednesday (March 17th)

  • Beach Buggy Racing 2: Island Adventure
  • Signs of the Sojourner
  • In Rays of the Light (Review here)

Thursday (March 18th)

  • Explosionade DX
  • Marvel’s Avengers (PS5 Edition – free upgrade for PS4 owners)
  • Minute of Islands
  • Space Otter Charlie
  • Synergia

Friday (March 19th)

  • Can’t Drive This
  • Root Film

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