All Video Game Releases of April 2018

by Sammy Chan
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It’s easy to look at the month of April and only see God of War. I mean, come on – it’s a classic. We’re finally getting the chance to play as Kratos again. This time around though, you’ll be babysitting your son AND slaying monsters. How badass is that? Anyways, for those unable to join the fun with it being a PlayStation exclusive, here’s a list of all video game releases of April 2018!
To be fair, Frostpunk is also a really cool game if you’re into base building and resource management. It’s the first game featuring survival of a society. You’ll be tasked with managing both the inhabitants and the infrastructure of the frozen world. Frostpunk is created by 11 Bit Studios, the very same studio that made This War of Mine. So if you’re into a dystopian survival game, this is definitely a gem.

April 3

Penny-Punching Princess (Nintendo Switch, PlayStation Vita)

April 10

Dark Rose Valkyrie (Windows PC)

Extinction (Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

April 11

Maelstrom (Windows PC)

April 12

Death end re;Quest (PlayStation 4)

April 17

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (PlayStation 4)

April 19 

Metal Max Xeno (PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita)

April 20

God of War (PlayStation 4)
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit (Nintendo Switch)
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit (Nintendo Switch)

April 24

Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion (Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

Frostpunk (Windows PC)
Gal*Gun 2 (Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4)
South Park: The Fractured But Whole (Nintendo Switch)

April 26

Super Robot Wars X (PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita)

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II: Kai (PlayStation 4)
As always, the titles included are games that have been confirmed for release. There are two games that are supposed to be coming out in April. The publisher hasn’t given a solid confirmation yet. The two games are Battle Tech and Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. And to all the Kratoses out there – have fun sending foul beasts back to the depths of Hades! Don’t forget to check out the 15-minute gameplay of God of War we have up above if you’re still iffy about getting the game.

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