PS4 : games to watch in March 2021

PS4 : games to watch in March 2021

 If you are looking for new things to discover on PS4, you have come to the right place. Here is our selection for March, with enough to arouse the curiosity of lovers of puzzle-game, retro action-platform or even coop game.


Maquette is a first-person view puzzle game published by Annapurna Interactive and developed by the young studio Graceful Decay. Its particularity: its recursive world where buildings and objects are sometimes tiny, sometimes gigantic. You have to manipulate them wisely and change their size to progress through seven chapters "filled with interactive puzzles and impressive architectural environments" , all accompanied by a "modern love story" . Note that the game is included in the PlayStation Plus offer for March , but only in the PS5 version .

  • Available March 2 (also on PC and PS5)


Heir to Theme Hospital , the management game Two Point Hospital returns with a "Jumbo Edition" including the base game, the Bigfoot , Pebberley Island , Close Encounters and Off The Grid expansions as well as two item packs (retro and 'exposure). It brings together a total of 27 different hospitals and 189 crazy diseases to treat. You can find our full review of the game here .

  • Available March 5 (also on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch)


Launched in 2018 by the Milestone studio, the series of official games dedicated to the American Supercross Championship returns to the track with Monster Energy Supercross 4 . This edition includes an enriched Career mode, a circuit editor, online multiplayer, more than 100 riders in the 450SX and 250SX categories, the 17 circuits and 11 stages of the season as well as a hundred official brands to personalize its motorcycles. and pilots.

  • Available March 11 (also on PC, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Nintendo Switch)


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  • Available March 16 (also on PS5, Xbox Series, Xbox One and PC)


Inspired by the Arkham Horror board game, Arkham Horror: Mother's Embrace features a Lovecraftian investigation with turn-based combat against scientific curiosities, nightmarish creatures and a sinister cult. You will have to assemble your team of investigators (twelve protagonists, each with their own skills) and take care to preserve their mental health, explore emblematic places of the universe of HP Lovecraft (Miskatonic University, Arkham Asylum ...) , find clues and conduct interrogations. A title signed Asmodee Digital, with an original story imagined by the writers of Fantasy Flight Interactive, the publisher of Arkham Horror.

  • Available March 23 (also on PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch)


If you've never tried Overcooked, this is a great opportunity: Overcooked! All You Can Eat brings together the two games of the license and all their DLC, with the added bonus of the new content "The Peckish Rises" (seven levels and three additional chefs), improved graphics in 4K / 60 FPS, new options of accessibility and the addition of an online multiplayer mode for the first Overcooked (which was only playable locally). In total, there are more than 200 levels, in which up to four players must get busy in the kitchen to serve dishes as quickly as possible with recipes scrolling across the top of the screen. It is thus necessary to cut, cook or even mix the different ingredients while taking into account the characteristics and dangers of themed environments.

  • Available March 23 (also on PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch)


Friend Pass Of course, the local coop is also there.

  • Available March 26 (also on PC, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series)


The Brazilians of PixelHive address nostalgic 90s platformers with Kaze and the Wild Masks , which will place us in command of a rabbit capable of unleashing the powers of the tiger, the eagle, the lizard and the shark thanks to the famous "wild masks" mentioned in the title. On the program: around thirty levels and a bunch of secrets since around fifty bonus levels can be unlocked.

  • Available March 26 (also on PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Stadia)


  • Available March 30 (also on PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch)

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