PS5 and PS4, July 2021: the best games of the month

PS5 and PS4, July 2021: the best games of the month

PS5 and PS4, July 2021

It is a particularly hot July 2021 that is about to begin, but PS5 and PS4 owners will be able to find solace in the release of some rather interesting games; starting with the next-gen version of A Plague Tale: Innocence, which according to some rumors could be part of the PlayStation Plus line-up for this month.

F1 2021 is preparing to involve us with its new modes and an enhanced technical sector, while in terms of Japanese atmospheres we will be able to count on the fascinating collection The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles and on the cartoon style of NEO: The World Ends With You. The multiplayer module of Resident Evil Village also arrives, namely Resident Evil Re: Verse.

A Plague Tale: Innocence

A Plague Tale: Innocence, Amicia and Hugo in one of the campaign scenarios. Out on PS5 July 6

A Plague Tale: Innocence debuts in July with the next-gen version, even more beautiful and technically inspired, catapulting us into the middle of the Hundred Years War. The game tells the story of Amicia and Hugo, two little boys hunted down by the holy inquisition and accused of having somehow spread the plague among the villages of medieval Europe as fascinating as it is disturbing.

Moving inside scenarios full of pitfalls, accompanied by a constant tension that is well connected with the stealth mechanisms of the gameplay, we will have to move silently to overcome the guards and reach a safe place, or use a flashlight and exploit the phobia for mice in order to create a barrier between us and our pursuers.

This is our review of A Plague Tale: Innocence.

F1 2021

F1 2021, the inevitable parade of single-seater. Out on PS5 and PS4 on July 16th

First episode of the famous series officially licensed by FIA after the acquisition of Codemasters by Electronic Arts, F1 2021 celebrates the important event with a series of interesting innovations, both in terms of structure and gameplay. 'last further refined and characterized by a driving model that adapts even to less experienced users thanks to a special option.

The traditional career sees the debut of the story mode Breaking Point: inspired by the documentary Drive to Survive , puts us in the shoes of a driver engaged in the difficult climb between divisions and determined to finally become Formula One world champion, between choices that can change his life and increasingly difficult challenges. All accompanied by an even more spectacular technical sector.

NEO: The World Ends With You

NEO: The World Ends with You, two of the protagonists struggling with an unexpected event. Released on PS4 on July 27th

Square Enix's action RPG series returns after thirteen years with NEO: The World Ends With You, powered by cel-shaded graphics that effectively pay homage to the original style of the game and to deliver us a lively and colorful Shibuya, which is the backdrop to the new adventures of a group of characters involved in a potentially deadly challenge: the Game of Demons.

Able to perceive hordes of dangerous creatures that move on a parallel plane of reality, the Noises, the protagonists of NEO: The World Ends With You will have to face seven days of frenetic fighting, using special abilities and bonuses given to them by the rich outline of unlockable objects in the streets of the famous Tokyo district .

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

Out on PS4 July 27

Previously released in Japan only, the two chapters of the fascinating Ace Attorney prequel debut fin almente in the West in The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles collection. Forget the contemporary atmospheres and settings of Phoenix Wright: this time we will have to solve cases located in the Japanese Meiji period, at the end of the nineteenth century, in the role of the young lawyer Ryunosuke Naruhodo.

The formula is however the one we know well, made up of many particular characters (including the infallible English investigator Herlock Sholmes) and of our ability to find and use the clues in the right way, identifiable in this case also in the context of an unprecedented mechanic, the Dance of Deduction, which aims to logically analyze the events and isolate the inconsistencies in order to be able to highlight them during the trial.

Resident Evil Re: Verse

Resident Evil Re: Verse, a combat phase during a match. Released on PS4 in July

After a long wait, the multiplayer module of Resident Evil Village is preparing for its debut, challenging us in battles for six participants in which we will be able to control some of the most famous characters of the series Capcom. Resident Evil Re: Verse is this and much more, thanks to a fast structure that lends itself well to an impromptu use.

Engaged in frenetic deathmatches, we will have to use the weapons at our disposal to eliminate the opponents or end up killed and "wake up" in command of the most powerful villains of the saga, thus continuing to fight but in a different way. A setting that keeps the involvement high, as we take on the role of various Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, Leon Kennedy and Ada Wong.

More games to be released in July 2021

The Procession to Calvary, out July 1 Watch Dogs: Legion - Bloodline, out July 6 Observer System Redux, out July 16 Last Stop, out July 22 Samurai Warriors 5, out July 27 Tribes of Midgard, out July 27 The Forgotten City, out July 28 Little Devil Inside, out July

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