Rochard, Payday, Sideway: New York dated

SOE dates three PSN titles.

Sony Online Entertainment has put dates on three of its upcoming PlayStation Network titles. Launch dates for Payday: The Heist, Rochard, and Sideway: New York have all been finalized.


Rochard, a side-scrolling puzzle platformer, which sees a miner character manipulating gravity to solve environmental puzzles, will launch on September 27 for $9.99. A new set of screenshots can be seen at the gallery.

Payday: The Heist

Payday: The Heist, a squad-based first-person shooter, puts players in the shoes of one in a four-person criminal crew, whose goal is to rob banks, extract prisoners, and hijack vehicles. It will launch on October 4 for $19.99. From September 20 to 28, it can be pre-ordered on the PlayStation Store. Downloadable expansions have been confirmed to launch post-release.

A trailer of the Diamond Heist mission, as well as a new set of screenshots, were released. Watch the trailer here. See the screenshots at the gallery.

Sideway: New York

Sidway: New York is a 2D adventure platformer, where players are sucked into a twisted graffiti world. As Nox, players will run around the corners, onto the roofs, and through the streets of New York City’s neighborhoods in attempt to defeat Nox’s nemesis Spray, rescue his friends, and get back to the real world. It’ll launch on October 11 for $9.99. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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