Ketsui Deathtiny: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi western release and Bless Unleashed PlayStation Store listings leaked

Plus other notable new listings.

The games tracker on Gamstat, which tracks everything that has been added to the PlayStation Store, has added an entry for a North American version of Ketsui Deathtiny: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi, which first launched for PlayStation 4 in November 2018 in Japan.

Ketsui Deathtiny: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi

Ketsui Deathtiny: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi

Ketsui Deathtiny: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi a shoot ’em up developed by Cave that first launched for arcades in 2003. It was ported to DS in 2008, Xbox 360 in 2010, and PlayStation 3 in 2013, before coming to PlayStation 4 as the M2 ShotTriggers title Ketsui Deathtiny: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi in 2018.

Other notable new listings include:

  • Bless Unleashed (Neowiz Games) (North America, Europe) – A PlayStation 4 version of Bless Unleashed, which launched for Xbox One in March and is coming to PC in early 2021.
  • G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout (GameMill Entertainment) (North America, Europe) – A new G.I. Joe game by GameMill Entertainment. This has already leaked via retailers as a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch title, but has yet to be officially announced.
  • Ginga Force (Rising Star Games) (North America, Europe) – While already out in Japan, the PlayStation 4 version of Ginga Force has yet to be dated for the west outside of a general 2020 release. But it may be near release, as it has already been uploaded to PlayStation Network.
  • Inuwashi: Urabure Tantei to Ojou-sama Keiji no Ikebukuro Jiken File (Orange) (Japan) – A PlayStation 4 version of the mystery visual novel, which is currently available for Switch, PC, iOS, and Android.
  • Kawaii Deathu Desu (Eastasiasoft) (North America) – A PlayStation 4 version of the fast-paced beat ’em up, which is currently only available for Switch and PC. There are also trophy lists for both PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions.
  • The Last Campfire (Hello Games) (North America, Europe) – The August 27 release date listed on Apple Arcade for the latest game from the developer of No Man’s Sky may also be true for its console and PC versions, as it has already been uploaded to PlayStation Network.
  • Mortal Blitz: Combat Arena (Skonec Entertainment) (North America, Europe, Japan, Asia) – This free-to-play multiplayer shooter is due out for PlayStation VR this summer, so it may be near release, as it has already been uploaded to PlayStation Network.
  • Outbreak Series (Dead Drop Studios) – PlayStation 4 versions of the entire Outbreak series, which is currently available for Xbox One and PC.
  • Quest Hunter (2 Zombie Games) (North America, Europe) – A PlayStation 4 version of Quest Hunter, which is currently available for Xbox One, Switch, PC, and Mac.
  • Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken (Ratloop Asia) (North America, Europe) – A PlayStation 4 version of the original Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken, which is currently only available for PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and PC. The sequel Rocketbirds 2: Evolution is available for PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PC.
  • Spiritfarer (Thunder Lotus Games) (North America, Europe) – Spiritfarer may be near release, as it has already been uploaded to PlayStation Network.
  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Shadows of New York (Draw Distance) (North America, Europe) – Vampire: The Masquerade – Shadows of New York may be near release, as it has already been uploaded to PlayStation Network.
  • The Wild Eight (HypeTrain Digital) (North America, Europe) – The console versions of The Wild Eight, which launched for PC in October 2019, may be near release, as it has already been uploaded to PlayStation Network.

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