My Friend Pedro coming to PS4 on April 2

A slow-motion gun ballet.

My Friend Pedro

Publisher Devolver Digital and developer DeadToast Entertainment will release My Friend Pedro for PlayStation 4 on April 2, the companies announced.

My Friend Pedro first launched for Switch and PC in June 2019, followed by Xbox One in December 2019.

The PlayStation 4 version of My Friend Pedro includes the extra “Code Yellow” content, which adds 14 game modifiers to the slow-motion gun ballet game, as well as features like an in-game timer for speedrunners, hidden heads-up display option, and more.

Here is an overview of the game, via Devolver Digital:

My Friend Pedro is a violent ballet about friendship, imagination, and one man’s struggle to obliterate anyone in his path at the behest of a sentient banana. The strategic use of split aiming, slow motion, and the ol’ stylish window breach create one sensational action sequence after another in an explosive battle through the violent underworld.

Unleash a torrent of destruction with an incredible level of control over both your weapons and your body. Twist and turn through the air while aiming both hands at priority threats or line up a perfect ricochet to drop an unsuspecting gangster from behind.

Break up the high octane running and gunning a bit with dynamic sequences like a thrilling motorcycle chase or slow it all down and take a moment to think through a series of clever (and possibly fatal) physics-based puzzles.

Watch a trailer for the PlayStation 4 version below.

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