PlayStation Store PLAY 2015 lineup announced

Journey, N++, Galak-Z, and Everybody's Gone to the Rapture.

PlayStation Store PLAY 2015

Sony Computer Entertainment America has announced the lineup for this year’s PlayStation Store “PLAY” promotion.

This year’s lineup features four PlayStation 4 titles, all available for pre-order starting today. PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive a 20 percent discount when pre-ordering PLAY titles. Users who purchase two or more PLAY titles will receive a 10 percent discount coupon.

Get the full lineup below.

Launch Date Title
(Platform)
PS Plus Pre-Order Price Regular Price
7/21 Journey
(PS4 / PS3)*
$11.99 $14.99
7/28 N++
(PS4)
$15.99 $19.99
8/4 Galak-Z
(PS4)
$15.99 $19.99
8/11 Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture
(PS4)
$15.99 $19.99

Find details on each title below.

Journey

Journey for PS4 creates another opportunity for gamers everywhere to play the award-winning title, now in stunning 1080p. Awakening in an unknown world, the player walks, glides, and flies through a vast and awe-inspiring landscape — traveling alone or teaming up with other strangers they meet along the way — while discovering the history of an ancient, mysterious civilization.

N++

N++ is a fast-paced, action-packed puzzle-platformer set in the distant future. You play as a ninja — darting through obstacles, narrowly evading a slew of inadvertently homicidal enemy robots, and collecting gold in a minimalist, sci-fi world. You know, traditional ninja stuff. N++ has thousands of hand-crafted levels, each featuring a series of difficult challenges, diabolical traps, and a distinct visual style to nimbly soar through. And if that weren’t enough, there’s also a built-in level editor (plus global level sharing and leaderboards)!

Galak-Z

Classic anime, ’90s spaceship shooters, and precision arcade gameplay collide in Galak-Z. Shockingly smart enemies work together and track your every move as you hone your skills to pilot your ship in zero gravity. A living and interactive environment serves as the stage for your physics-based death ballet in this hand-drawn homage to anime dreams.

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture transports the player back to the moments leading up to the apocalypse to explore the choices people make when they’re faced with world-shattering events beyond their control. The Chinese Room, the innovative studio behind the award-winning Dear Esther, continues to push the genre of experimental storytelling with this PS4 exclusive.

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