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PlayStation Reveals Details on Incoming Indie Titles on PS4, PS5

Usually when PlayStation holds a stream or event we get details on upcoming AAA or AA games, but last night PlayStation held a virtual event focused on some of the indie games coming to the PS4 and PS5 in the coming months. Seven games participated in this event, and they all look great, made by the best developers currently working on these games. Below is a list of those seven games, along with a link to the full stream at the end of this article.

Surgery: Tango

Surgery: Tango is a new cooperative puzzle game from Clever Play Studio in which you can play as Agent Angel or hacker Alistair. Although the two characters are in the same world, their perspectives are different. So no matter which character you choose in the game, you see the world from their point of view. The agent prefers the real world, while the hacker prefers to stay in the digital world. Both must work together to solve the game’s many complex puzzles and move forward.

The world of surgery: Tango is made up of unique themes, colours play an important role as well as inspiration and balance. There is no main character here, as both characters are equally responsible for the game and neither can progress without the help of the other. The game takes place in a world in the near future, and your goal is to save this world before it’s too late. The game will be released this spring on PS4 and PS5.

Chicory: A colourful story

Developed by Finji, Chickory: A Colorful Tale is a brand new game that focuses on colors and how they are used to paint the world. Chicory: Colorful Tale has a unique drawing mechanism that allows you to draw on anything in the game. You can collect decorative objects and plants, and then place them wherever you want in the world. The game takes full advantage of the advanced DualSense mechanics and really improves gameplay by incorporating the use of a touchpad and even switching to left-handed gameplay. Chicory: Colorful Tale is scheduled for release in Spring 2021 on PS4 and PS5.

Noor: Play with your food

Designed by Horrible Jellyfish, Noor: Play With Your Food is a unique adventure where you can discover the aesthetics of food and drink in a delightfully interactive way. The beautiful aesthetic, both chaotic and soothing, is combined with a soundtrack that reflects each player’s unique training and coverage.

Noor: Suitable background music to accompany your meal is played using the Play with food function. Depending on the dish, it heats up, cools down, rises, mixes and even melts. Everything you hear in the game is a unique combination of ingredients that are slowly cooked into the game. Whether you’re wreaking havoc in the kitchen or holding back, the music gives you a unique experience every time you play. Noor: Play with Your Food is scheduled for release in the summer of 2021.

Mysterious places

Puzzling Places, developed by Realities.io, is a 3D puzzle game for PS VR scheduled for release in winter 2021. Puzzling Places is a relaxing, meditative and addictive game based on the ancient concept of puzzles. Except this time you’re solving puzzles in VR. Most of the puzzles in the game are based on super detailed 3D scans of interesting places around the world.

In the game, each puzzle piece is a piece of the real world, and they are not flat like traditional puzzle games. Each piece has volume and depth, with many real pieces added to the mix. As you continue to connect the pieces of the game, the overall picture begins to emerge. The game has many puzzles that keep coming even after you start.

Heavenly bodies

Developed by 2pt Interactive, Celestial Bodies is a new physics-based space puzzle game. The game is about astronauts, the body and the absence of gravity. Using the DualSense controller, players control each limb of a physically simulated weightless space traveler. The controls are simple but complex, interacting with a large number of space-time modules that require precise assembly and maintenance. The game supports single player and local collaboration. The game will be released later this year.

Disco Elysium – Final Cut

Developer ZA/UM has announced that award-winning RPG Disco Elysium will be released on PS4 and PS5 later this month. It will be an updated version of the original version with voice recordings and bonus material. The game originally came out in 2019 and also won the Best PC Exclusive Title 2019 award. However, that will all change later in the year when the game takes place on the 30th. Coming out in March 2021 on PS4 and PS5.

Where the heart leads

The developer behind ReCore and Batman: Arkham Origins, Armature Studios has revealed their latest project Where the Heart Leads, and it looks incredible. The new title is a surreal narrative adventure and will be released on the 31st. July 2021 for PS4 and PS5.

The game follows the story of Whit Anderson’s husband and father, who descend into an abyss to save the family dog, but travel through time in the process. Whit is suddenly surrounded by visions of his past, present and future, and he can change them too. The game relies heavily on the player’s choices, and they can change key moments in Whit’s life based on their own decisions. There are thousands of options in the game and dozens of endings based on them.

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Below is a link to the full PlayStation Indie video for PS4 and PS5 :

Play at home 2021 Update

Following the event, PlayStation also announced an update to the current Play at Home 2021 program, which previously gave us Ratchet & Clank for free. But that’s not all, because in the coming months, 10 games will be launched for PlayStation, which we will get for free and at no extra cost. We have listed the names below:

  • ABZU – 25. March – 22. April
  • Entering weapons – 25. March – 22. April
  • Rez Infinity – 25. March – 22. April
  • Subnautica – 25. March – 22. April
  • Witness – 25. March – 22. April
  • Astrobot Rescue Mission – 25. March – 22. April
  • Moss – 25. March – 22. April
  • Samper – 25. March – 22. April
  • Paper Beast – 25. March – 22. April
  • Fumigation / Extended Essay by Wakanima – 25. March – 22. April
  • Horizon Zero Dawn – 19. April – 14. May

Which of these PlayStation indie games would you like to play on PS4 or PS5 in the coming months? Let us know your comments in the section below.

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