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Every video game coming out in April 2022


2022 has been a monster year for video games already, and things are only getting better in April.

Gamers have had plenty of amazing releases to enjoy already this year, from Elden Ring to Gran Turismo 7. It's only going to get more exciting in the month of April, as more top-shelf video games are released.

Some noteworthy highlights include LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (available on all major formats), Nintendo Switch Sports and the wonderful sounding Cat Cafe Manager.

Here's every single major release heading your way in April.

Every video game release of April 2022

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  • LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – 5 April: In this release, the entire Star Wars saga is receiving the LEGO treatment. That means brilliant animation, engaging gameplay and charming humour. Pre-order from Amazon for $64.90 (was $89.95)
  • MLB The Show 22 (PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 5 April: Experience the life of an MLB All-Star in the best baseball simulator ever put to disc. Pre-order from eBay for $104.95
  • Chrono Chross: Radical Dreamers Edition (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – 7 April: The beloved 1999 RPG gets a long-overdue makeover in this Nintendo Switch port. Use the code PRECTC7 for $5.95 off. Pre-order from eBay for $79.04 (was $84.99)
  • 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim (Switch) – 12 April: Dive into a gorgeous hand-painted world, in which you are the only hope to prevent doomsday. Become a Sentinel pilot and fight off the Kaiju, with 26 additional skills not found in previous releases. Pre-order from Amazon for $84.90 (was $99.95)
  • Road 96 (Switch) – 14 April: This cinematic-style story, inspired by the likes of Tarantino, Joon-Ho and the Coen brothers, invites you to take a wild road trip of discovery. Pre-order from eBay for $49.00
  • Nintendo Switch Sports (Switch) – 29 April: Has your fitness been lacking in the age of lockdown? Nintendo Switch Sports is coming to your rescue, with sports like soccer, tennis, volleyball and swordplay on offer. Pre-order on Amazon for $58 (was $69.95)
  • Godfall: Ultimate Edition (PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, PC) – 7 April: This epic action RPG is coming to Xbox for the first time. Play as a Valorian to save the realms of Earth, Water and Air.
  • Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter (Switch) – 7 April: This gripping mystery featuring the world's greatest detective comes to the Nintendo Switch. Confront the intertwining family secrets of Holmes and his nemesis, James Moriarty.
  • The House of the Dead Remake (Switch) – 7 April: Another port to add to your Switch collection, this remake of the 1997 classic has all the thrills of the original with the bells and whistles of modern gaming.
  • Slipstream (PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 7 April: This arcade-style indie racer is sure to hit you right in the nostalgia gland. Already a fan-favourite on PC, you'll now be able to get in on your console of choice.
  • Cat Cafe Manager (Switch, PC) – 14 April: If you like a slightly different flavour of game, you'll be thrilled to hear Cat Cafe Manager is heading to the Nintendo Switch. With everything going on in today's world, who doesn't want to live a simulated life as the proprietor of a feline-friendly establishment?
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Switch) – 20 April: This essential entry in the Star Wars universe introduced us to Darth Vader's secret apprentice, Starkiller. Relive or discover the gripping story on Switch.
  • Zombie Army 4: Dead War (Switch) – 26 April: Who says you can't play violent games on Nintendo consoles? In Zombie Army 4, you're the last line of defence protecting the free world from undead Nazis from hell. No, seriously.
  • Dorfromantik – 28 April: The peaceful and charming strategy and world-building game is set to leave early access and become available in its full form on 28 April.

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