The Biggest Games Coming Out in April 2019

Written by Jon Sutton on Sat, Mar 30, 2019 4:12 PM
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While the weather's warming up, April is the month where the new game releases start cooling down. Normally. We've got no fear of that this year because we've got a bucketload of big titles our way, covering hotly anticipated hits, the most violent fighting game on the planet, and an eagerly anticipated remaster that's finally leaving Nintendo consoles. Objection!

Here are all of the biggest and best games coming out over the next four weeks. Get voting for your favourites in the poll below!

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy - April 9th / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy System Requirements

 

Dangerous Driving - April 9th / PC, PS4, Xbox One

Dangerous Driving System Requirements

 

Vacation Simulator - April 9th / PC (VR)

Vacation Simulator System Requirements

Zanki Zero: Last Beginning - April 11th / PC, PS4

Zanki Zero: Last Beginning System Requirements

 

Weedcraft Inc - April 11th / PC

Weedcraft System Requirements

 

Anno 1800 - April 16th / PC

Anno 1800 System Requirements

 

World War Z - April 16th / PC, PS4, Xbox One

World War Z System Requirements

 

Katana Zero - April 18th / PC, Switch

Katana Zero System Requirements

 

Mortal Kombat 11 - April 23rd / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Mortal Kombat 11 System Requirements

 

Imperator: Rome - April 25th / PC

Imperator Rome System Requirements

 

BoxBoy and BoxGirl - April 26th / Switch



Super Meat Boy Forever - April 26th / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Super Meat Boy Forever System Requirements



Days Gone - April 26th / PS4

If you are planning to pick up any of these games you can get voting below. You can also vote for multiple games if you’re planning multiple purchases. Enjoy the next month of gaming and do let us know if you're saving your cash for something a little further afield!

Which games are you planning to buy in April?

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14:08 Apr-01-2019

Glad to see mortal kombat on high. DD and MK for me are meat of rebates later.

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17:58 Mar-31-2019

bring on those sweet sweet gore and fatalities.

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12:01 Mar-31-2019

Can't wait to fatality all my friends on the new Mortal Kombat 11 which I lost playing Mortal Kombat X and Tekken 7. xD

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06:29 Mar-31-2019

Imperator: Rome for me only.

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21:40 Mar-30-2019

I might have impulse bought Dangerous Driving, but it appears to be an Epic /fail exclusive, so I think I'll just avoid it entirely...... the rest don't really interest me aside from MK 11, though I probably won't end up buying that either.

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21:00 Mar-30-2019

None for me, though I'm curious about Dangerous Driving. If I had a ps4, then I'd probably get Days Gone after waiting a bit.

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20:32 Mar-30-2019

World War Z and Imperator: Rome for me

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17:58 Mar-30-2019

Haven't bought a game since RDR2,i'll wait for some reviews but i'll probably get Days gone.

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17:48 Mar-30-2019

Sucks that Anno 1800 went Epic exclusive last minute, i wanted to play that.. Well, i guess it's all saved money.

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20:35 Mar-30-2019

Or just get in on uplay which you have to use anyway even on the epic store

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13:14 Mar-31-2019

Sorry, i won't support the change of platform only cause the publisher recives a fat check, i find it insulting and i won't support them.

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14:43 Mar-31-2019

You need Uplay to play Anno, doesnt matter if it was Steam or Epic Store, so in tis case more it doesnt matter what big Store they publish it on, I'll buy it.

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16:45 Mar-31-2019

Yeah, how dare they go for the platform that gives them more revenue, if you were in their shoes you'd do the same thing for the cut that Epic has over Steam, stop being a hypocrite.

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19:34 Mar-31-2019

They don't go there for more revenue, they go on EGS cause they recive a lot of cash upfront for exclusivity then they grant minimum copies sold, if public doesn't reach that Epic pays. All that to not sell on other stores, very competitive

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17:01 Apr-03-2019

Store A offers higher % cut to publisher, plus if the game tanks and quota isn't met, they pay a fee. Store B has lower % cut to publisher, if game tanks tough crap.


It doesn't take a business degree to figure out which is the better option. I hope for your sake you never have to make those kinds of choices.

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16:41 Mar-30-2019

Days Gone & Dangerous Driving :O

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