After a blockbuster period in the first quarter and eagerly awaited releases, April seems like a good time to take a breather and see what’s coming out this month. And if you like not only to play games, but also to guess the outcome of sporting events, you can create an account on the MelBet 온라인 베팅 회사. Here you can place bets on sports, both on real matches and on e-sports tournaments.

That doesn’t mean it’s going to be a completely quiet month, as there are several intriguing new games to look forward to. However, if you want to tick off a few games from your backlog, now is the time to get started. So, what can we expect in April?

Minishoot Adventures (PC) – April 2nd

Minishoot Adventures is packed with bullets, and you’ll have to shoot most of them! It’s a top-down shooter with a cute aesthetic. You’ll take control of a nimble spacecraft and blast your way through intense boss battles. The game unfolds in a hand-crafted world. There are several difficulty options available, so you can either relax or break a sweat depending on the mode you choose. A demo version is already available on Steam, so you can try it out before making a purchase.

Spirit City: Lofi Sessions (PC) – April 8th

A lo-fi game? Yes! Spirit City: Lofi Sessions certainly draws inspiration from the beloved YouTube livestream, but the game offers more than just a relaxing atmosphere. You’ll be able to chill, unwind, and embark on a productive journey while listening to soothing lo-fi soundtracks.

Children of the Sun (PC) – April 9th

How much damage can a single sniper shot inflict? If you’re waging a one-woman war against cultists who killed your parents and can magically ricochet that bullet through the enemy’s gray matter, the answer is plenty.


The third-person tactical shooter-puzzle Children of the Sun challenges you to stylishly, precisely, and swiftly dismantle the Cult, revealing the dark truth about this mysterious order and making them pay for the terror they’ve inflicted upon the world.

Grounded (PS5, PS4, Switch) – April 16th

April marks an important month for PlayStation gamers as more award-winning Microsoft games make their way to this platform. Kicking off the month is Obsidian’s Grounded, where you embark on a journey through a vast and beautiful world. However, there’s a catch: you’re the size of an ant, so you’ll need to find a way to survive and fend off hordes of giant insects in your backyard.

Planet Lana (PS5, PS4, Switch) – April 16th

A world untouched by technology quickly becomes a battleground when mechanical monsters invade the planet Lana. It’s not just a game about war, but rather a story about people, nature, and the harmony between them as you seek a way to preserve it. Unique gameplay involving companions, clever puzzles, and stealth sections come together to create an impressive tale that spans galaxies and centuries in this picturesque odyssey.

No Rest for the Wicked (Early Access on PC) – April 18th

Following the success of Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps, developer Moon Studios returns this month with a new role-playing game. Playing as Kerim, a member of a group of mystical holy warriors sworn to fight the plague, you’ll have to master your powers in a deadly conflict. However, considering the backstage political intrigue, everything is much more complicated than it seems. Like the Ori games, No Rest for the Wicked combines a stunning picturesque world with precise combat. Moon Studios has already outlined what early access players can expect in the coming months, including multiplayer mode, a new area for exploration, and additional updates.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes (PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One) – April 23rd

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, which achieved tremendous crowdfunding success on Kickstarter in 2020, is finally ready for release this month. Inspired by the classic Japanese role-playing game Suikoden (directed by the original scenario writer and designer of Suikoden, Yoshitaka Murayama), Eiyuden Chronicle:


Hundred Heroes tells the story of three heroes gathering an army to help them save a war-torn world. While the turn-based battles don’t stray too far from the RPG template, the terrain mechanics add an interesting twist to the formula, and the streamlined large-scale army battles add variety.

Stellar Blade (PS5) – April 26th

Is Stellar Blade Sony’s answer to Bayonetta? This new game from developer Shift Up certainly looks the part, as players take control of Eva, unleashing a stylish barrage of attacks on monsters that have turned Earth into a hostile wasteland. Released exclusively on PS5, Stellar Blade combines thrilling action with a detailed post-apocalyptic world.

Sea of Thieves (PS5) – April 30th

The latest major Microsoft game to hit PS5 this month is Sea of Thieves, the swashbuckling adventure from Rare. With years of fine-tuning, updates, and new content under its belt, PS5 owners will even be able to sail the uncharted waters of cross-play when the game releases in digital format only. Another unique advantage of Sea of Thieves on the Sony console? Full DualSense controller support, providing more nuanced tactile feedback in the game.