5 big new releases to look out for this week on PlayStation Store

Plus, the full release schedule for the week ahead

This week, Conan the Barbarian welcomes you to the brutal lands of Conan Exiles, a massive open-world in which surviving will be no easy feat. Bungie’s sci-fi blockbuster Destiny 2 also gets its second expansion, taking you to the freezing polar caps of Mars for the next chapter of your Guardian’s epic adventure.

On PS VR, play through a puzzling point-and-click elevator journey with Floor Plan VR, or unleash your inner artist in a 3D space with CoolPaintr’s incredible set of creative tools.

1. Conan Exiles

Can you survive in the savage, brutal world of Conan the Barbarian? Only the strongest will thrive in the vast and dangerous open-world of Funcom’s latest survival game. Forge the legacy of your clan, build your kingdom and wage war on your enemies.

  • Why you should play it: Try to survive the treacherous lands of Conan’s universe in local single-player or persistent online multiplayer.
  • Releases: 8th May

2. Destiny 2 – Warmind

Your Guardian’s journey continues with Warmind, Destiny 2’s second expansion. Ana Bray, a Guardian long thought lost, searches for a connection to her past and discovers Warmind Rasputin as well as an ancient and hostile Hive army sworn to their god Xol. Help Ana discover her past and destroy the Hive’s gargantuan worm-god before it’s too late.

  • Why you should play it: New Strikes, story missions and a brand new Raid lair.
  • Releases: 8th May

3. Floor Plan VR

It’s crazy what can happen on a single elevator journey! Ascend through Floor Plan, a frenzied puzzle adventure that takes place entirely inside a lift. From the basement to the roof you will need to find items and figure out their connections, as well as acquaint yourself with a hilarious cast of characters. Quite a ride ahead!

  • Why you should play it: Floor Plan is a fresh take on a classic genre, and takes point-and-click mechanics to the next level with virtual reality!
  • Releases: 8th May

4. CoolPaintrVR

Turn your PS Move into a paintbrush and get creative with CoolPaintrVR! Paint in a 3D space and unleash your imagination to see your paintings from within. Create 3D models from hand-drawn shapes thanks to a simple and user friendly interface – but with loads of advanced features for experienced artists. Your imagination is the only limit to what you can create.

5. Laser League

Laser League

Laser League is the new game from OlliOlli creators Roll7 – a high-speed futuristic sport where teams of two or three players face off in a game where reflexes, tactics and strategy are vital. Figure out the patterns of the multiple arenas’ moving lasers and manipulate the puzzles to eliminate the other team with your own lasers. Work as a team and master the six different classes on offer, each contributing to the game in a different way.

Remember, if you’ve not got access to your PS4, PS3 or PS Vita then you can also buy through our online store on your mobile, tablet or computer.

Free for PlayStation Plus subscribers in May

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flipkick661 08 May, 2018 @ 16:58

Wow, these blog updates have been posted later and later these past few weeks, and now a whole day late. To top it off, many of today’s releases aren’t even available on the store: Coolpaintr VR, Floor Plan, Tacoma…

Why does PlayStation Europe care so little about their customers? Look at the US blog and see how many regular updates it gets! It’s just not good enough Sony!


there was some mistake with Coolpaintr and it didn’t go up on some stores (BeNeLux, Austria, Switzerland among others). they’re fixing it, don’t worry

flipkick661 08 May, 2018 @ 17:17

Good to hear, but it still doesn’t explain the other games


looks like all these games are missing from the same stores. someone at Sony probably forgot to tick some boxes

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welcome to painting by the numbers in VR. as usual, we’ll start with 80085

Carnivius_Prime 08 May, 2018 @ 17:13

hm there’s a couple here i’d quite like to try but i’m gonna wait a day or so cos i can’t remember if tomorrow is a new sale day and there’s some things on my wishlist i been waiting patiently to get cheapers.


Cheaper always good.


In the UK there another in 3 weeks time

Carnivius_Prime 09 May, 2018 @ 06:58

New sale today it seems cos Jak and Daxter Collection is £14.34 down from £32.99 and says “This price is only available from 9/5/2018 01:00 am to 23/5/2018 11:59 pm.” :D

Every week I pray for Dragon Quest VIII. Every week I’m disappointed.

MiseryPrincess 09 May, 2018 @ 15:57

Along with that I also reeally wish for Tenchu 3.

Especially because that game doesn’t run on emulators and the PS2 is rather old. As there’s been basically no proper stealth games in forever it would fill a nice gap.

Very excited to see CoolPaintrVR on PSN – it looks complicated but the ability to upload and view other people’s work extends the appeal massively

It would be nice if Playstation tell us the releses does not apply to all countries or that they will get the games at a later date.

I was looking forward to playing Tacoma on Playstation 4 today but now i am confused, does it come out tomorrow, thursday, friday or next month???


everybody who complained in this thread should get a 20% off coupon…’for the players’.. tsss

Yeah same, no Tacoma in Denmark either.

Another interesting game I was looking forward to (Tacoma), another “released in Europe except not really” release >_<

Hello. Some news about dead ahead zombie warfare. In theory it come out May 9, but today not released yet, at least in spain

Tacoma in Denmark, when?


…And why is there absolutely nobody answering people’s questions in this forum? Have Sony EU no idea how to handle this basic form of social media – or have they outsourced it to somebody who just doesn’t care?

I totaly agree, i have sent a mail to Playstation Norway to se if they can help…..

MichaelPayton 15 May, 2018 @ 14:30

One week later and “Tacoma” is still not available in the Austrian store but the Germans have it. I’m confused can you please add it. Thanks!

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