Control: Ultimate Edition (PS5) – February 2
Control Ultimate Edition contains the main game and all previously released Expansions (“ The Foundation” and “EMA”) in a great value package. A corrupt presence has invaded the Federal Control Department … Only you have the power to stop it. The world is now your weapon in an epic struggle to annihilate a scary enemy through deep and unpredictable environments. Containment has failed, humanity is at risk. Will you regain control? Winner of over 80 awards, Control is a visually stunning third-person action adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Combining open environments with the creation of worlds and narrative by renowned developers, Remedy Entertainment, Control presents an extensive, intense and rewarding gaming experience.
Ys IX: Monstrum Nox (PS4) – February 2
Adol Christin is cursed by a mysterious woman and becomes a Monstrum, a powerful being who can defeat monsters. To escape the city of Balduq, he must ally himself with five other Monsters, each with their own unique Gifts, and stop the Grimwald Nox, a dark dimension that is about to spill over into the real world.
Habroxia 2 (PS4 / PS Vita) – February 3
Following a brutal attack on Free Space, humanity sends reconnaissance ships to the star system that was the source of the attack. But when one of the pilots does not return home, it is up to his daughter – the talented Sabrina – to find him. Habroxia 2 is an old school non-linear space shooter with updates, boss fights and even New Game +, all wrapped in a retro package that combines pixel graphics, chiptunes and stellar gameplay. There are 20 unique bosses, 64 ship upgrades, phase branches and modes like Boss Rush and Boost Rush.
Haven (PS4) – February 4 (PS5 version now available)
Haven tells the story of two young people in love who drop everything and flee to a lost planet to be together. Plan for a mysterious scenario, explore a fragmented world and fight what is trying to separate you in this adventure RPG about love, revolt and freedom.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood (PS4 / PS5) – February 4th
A unique experience, full of brutal combat and mystical adventures. You are Cahal, a powerful Garou who can transform into a wolf and a Crinos, a huge and ferocious beast. Master the three ways and their powers to punish those who dishonor Gaia.
Arrog (PS4 / PS5) – February 5th
Arrog is an enigmatic adventure and puzzle game with handmade art, set in a black and white world with details highlighted in color.
The Nioh Collection (PS5) – February 5
Defy death and release your darkness. Travel through Japan in the Sengoku era to face scary opponents and legendary warriors in extremely fast brutal combat with this great collection. Trek the samurai’s path in Nioh and then unleash your inner darkness in Nioh 2, each remastered and masterfully upgraded to PS5. Explore the complete Nioh saga and its six major expansions. Fight the yokai threat at an impressive 120 fps with ultra-fast transitions.
How to Take Off Your Mask Remastered (PS4) – February 5
Lilia is just an ordinary girl who works at a bakery. She spends happy days with her childhood friend, Ronan. One day, Lilia finds out that her body has shrunk. Also, does she have big cat ears and tail ?! She panics, jumps out of her bedroom window and runs towards the city. And the first person she meets is the city guard, Ronan. One day you discover the other side of your partner that you have never met. What is the truth behind the masks?
Note: It is worth mentioning that, as Sony does not release an official list, we do not officially know what will arrive on the PlayStation Store. That said, above is what we found by researching the subject. It is likely that we will have a few more releases during the week, and there is also a chance that the above games will be postponed without notice.