As teased recently, the PlayStation Store PLAY 2016 lineup has been revealed, spotlighting four forthcoming PlayStation 4 digital games. The lineup this year is a little smaller, but it's no less exciting, with Headlander, ABZÛ, Brut@l, and Bound all taking top billing. We think the theme this year is gimmicky titles.
The first game, Headlander, will debut on 26th July, and then there'll be one new release each week through until Bound on 16th August. We're particularly excited for ABZÛ – which is a kind of underwater Journey – and Bound, the balletic platformer created by Linger in Shadows developer Plastic in conjunction with Sony Santa Monica.
You can watch a full trailer of all the games below. As is always the case with the PLAY promotion, PlayStation Plus members will be able to pre-order all four games with a 20 per cent discount. And that's not all: you'll also get a theme, and if you purchase two of the four titles, you'll be emailed a 20 per cent off voucher for use on the PlayStation Store.
Unfortunately, this offer only appears to apply to the North American store for now, so we'll have to wait and see if there'll be any extra incentives attached to these games in Europe. In the meantime, though, let us know in the comments section below which of the four titles has got you hyped, and if you'll be pre-ordering any of them.