Friday The 13th and Moba Genesis are some of the games coming this week, among the big releases. The first is a complete reboot for the Switch, after it's been released to other consoles, while the second is an online game arena for the PS4, which promises to be different than anything you've ever seen. Check out the details of what's coming and stay on top of this mid-August:
How to play Friday the 13th? run away or attack the horror game
Friday The 13th: The Last Game – Switch – August 13th
Friday The 13th: The Ultimate Game is a refreshed and fully compressed version of the game that has come out on other consoles as well as on PC. The title of horror and survival is multiplayer and was one of the most famous last year brings some innovation to what has been done in the past.
Friday The 13th game is one of Swich's news – Foto: Divulgação / Studios Ps
The main motto of the game is to be multiplayer, where one player controls the killer Jason and others are responsible for the survivors, who must escape the scene at all costs while the killer seeks to eliminate them.
Genesis – PS4 – August 13
Genesis is a Moba style game or Multiplayer Online Battle Arena, which is very similar to the League of Legends but with futuristic elements. The game is called upon to use very unique characters as well as new features in the game through control.
Genesis will bring a new way of playing Moba – Photo: Play / Felipe Vinha
Grandia HD – Switch Collection – August 16th
The Grandia HD Collection features both revolutionary Grandia games, with updated graphics and other new features. The original games came out on PS1 and PS2, and are still remembered today among fans of Japanese RPGs.
Vasara Collection – PS4, Xbox One, Switch – August 15th
The Vasara Collection is a collection of Navy games, the classic 2D style game where we control ships that shoot at dozens of enemies, also known for their advanced difficulty. The title has unpublished content, but also brings back some of the classic among its collections.
The Vasara Collection is a Navy style game – Foto: Divulgação / QuByte