Video Game Releases: April 2020

Written by Chad

April 1, 2020

Though everyone around the world is in a tight spot, they can still enjoy video games with these upcoming titles.

The virus pandemic the world is experiencing is no April Fools joke, while everyone is trying their best to prevent the spread by staying indoors, they can still enjoy playing video games at the comfort of their own homes. More big titles are coming your way for the month of April, so sit tight, purchase them digitally, enjoy the games and stay safe.

  • Totally Reliable Delivery Service (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – April 1
  • Endzone: A World Apart – Steam Early Access (PC) – April 2
  • Resident Evil 3 (PC, Xbox One, PS4) – April 3
  • In Other Waters (PC, Switch) – April 3
  • Aeolis Tournament (Switch, PC) – April 3
  • HyperParasite (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – April 3
  • Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories (PC, PS4, Switch) – April 7
  • Final Fantasy 7 Remake (PS4) – April 10
  • Someday You’ll Return (PC) – April 10
  • Hellpoint (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – April 16
  • The Flower Collectors (PC) – April 21
  • Cloudpunk (PC) – April 23
  • Deliver Us The Moon (PS4, Xbox One) – April 24
  • Trials of Mana (PC, PS4, Switch) – April 24
  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 – Road to Boruto (Switch) – April 24
  • Predator: Hunting Grounds (PC, PS4) – April 24
  • Sakura Wars (PS4) – April 28
  • Snowrunner (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – April 28
  • Moving Out (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – April 28
  • Gears Tactics (PC) – April 28
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