Video Game Releases Scheduled for Next Week (April 15-21)

April 13, 2019
Video Game Releases Scheduled for Next Week (April 15-21)

These are the most notable titles for the following week that we here at GameBuz thought you might enjoy, besides Cuphead next week is mostly smaller games.



Interpoint is a first-person sci-fi mystery with elements of psychological horror. A secret organization made the discovery of parallel worlds. You are Harry G., a scientist, who took part in a project that was supposed to benefit all of humanity.

Release date: April 15. 2019 (PS4 and Xbox One TBA)
Platform: PC, PS4, Xbox One

Heaven's Vault


Join archaeologist Aliya Elasra and her robot sidekick Six to investigate the Nebula, an ancient network of scattered moons. Discover lost sites, freely explore ancient ruins, and translate the inscriptions you find to unlock the secrets of the Nebula's forgotten past.

Release date: April 16. 2019
Platform: PC, PS4

My Time at Portia


Setting sail for Portia, a town on the edge of civilization, you’ll arrive to find a workshop left to you by your Pa – a place where you can begin to craft a new life, using the relics from the past to improve life for the villagers in the town.

Release date: April 15. (PC), April 16 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) 2019
Platform: PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Siege of Centauri


As the commander of the defense of Earth's first colony, players must determine the best strategy to save the colony from the tens of thousands of alien machines that are rapidly approaching. Each victory against the enemy expands the colony to a new part of the planet which, in turn, is met by an increasing aggression by the enemy.

Release date: April 16. 2019
Platform: PC



Cuphead is a classic run and gun action game heavily focused on boss battles. Inspired by cartoons of the 1930s, the visuals and audio are painstakingly created with the same techniques of the era: traditional hand drawn cel animation, watercolor backgrounds, and original jazz recordings.

Release date: April 18. 2019
Platform: Switch

Down To Hell


Down To Hell is a game with a heavy metal heart. It’s inspired by the best elements of Metroidvania conventions, but it’s also a 2D answer to the combo-heavy fight style of such games as Devil May Cry and brutal difficulty of Souslike genre.

Release date: April 18. 2019 (Switch TBA)
Platform: PC, Switch

God's Trigger


Ever wondered what it’s like to have powers from both Heaven and Hell? God’s Trigger allows players to go on the rampage as Harry, a fallen angel, or Judy, a demon. Each of these two characters has 7 unique abilities that players can upgrade, customize and combine with others to create their own visceral style of dishing out death. In a game where any hit is fatal, being able to slow down time to dodge bullets or to become invisible will be key to survival.

Release date: April 18. 2019
Platform: PC, PS4, Xbox One

Sigma Theory: Global Cold Warsigma_theory_global_cold_war

Players take charge of their own agency - staffing it with their best, brightest and most ruthless - in order to get their chosen nation ahead in a deadly conflict that is fought in the shadows. Heavily inspired by real-life events, and shaped by the hands-on intelligence experience of the developers who previously created the award-winning Out There.

Release date: April 18. 2019
Platform: PC (Windows, Linux, Mac)

Witch Thief


On a quest to steal an enchanted grimoire, a snarky sorceress embarks on a dangerous journey through five distinctive, perilous zones, surviving arena-based ambushes by possessed dolls and arcane bosses. Naturally the tome’s guardians won’t give it up without a fight, so our heroine must do what she does best: that is, sneaking in the front door and stealing it from under their noses.

Release date: April 19. 2019
Platform: Switch