The premiere of Fortnite on iOS among the most prominent releases

From April 2 to 8, several proposals will be relaunched between curious indie proposals and an ambitious virtual reality bet.

Week loaded with re-releases, or adaptations, of some video games released months ago, and even years, on other platforms. This is the case of Fortnite, who after getting more active users per month than GTA Online will seek to continue expanding its success on mobiles started by Apple devices.

We have another good example in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR. Bethesda's RPG does not want to leave the platform unconquered either and will seek from this April 3 to increase its sales in HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality. TERA, for its part, reviews its MMO proposal and adapts it to take advantage of consoles (PS4 and Xbox One), while these same users will have the opportunity to test what it is like to fight for survival in Impact Winter after its original release on the computer.

Any new novelty? Of course. The industry does not give up on submitting new bets in the week of April 2-8. In virtual reality we have an ambitious Crisis on the Planet of the Apes where to unleash a real chaos in the role of an ape with improved intelligence, and traveling to indie territory we find one of the surprises of the year, Minit and its mechanics of overcoming an adventure dying every minute, or developer Carlos Coronado's foray into terror with Infernium.

Without further ado, we list the 10 most outstanding releases.

  • Fortnite Mobile (iOS)
  • Crisis on the Planet of the Apes (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PSVR)
  • Infernium (PC, PS4 and Switch)
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and WMR)
  • The Adventure Pals (PC, Mac, PS4, XOne, and Switch)
  • Minit (PC, Mac, Linux, PS4 and XOne)
  • TERA (PS4 and XOne)
  • Metropolis: Lux Obscura (Switch)
  • Impact Winter (PS4 and XOne)
  • The King of Fighters '97 Global Match (PC, PS4, and PS Vita)
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