Headlander, Death’s Gambit, more coming from Adult Swim to PS4 in 2016

By Stephany Nunneley, Sunday, 6 December 2015 02:56 GMT

A video montage of Adult Swim-published games coming to PS4 was shown during the PlayStation Experience keynote. It contains titles such as Headlander, Death’s Gambit and more.

Below is a list of games you will see in the video above, many of which are also coming to PC.

All will be made available in 2016:

Ray’s the Dead – Developed by Ragtag Studio: Players will rise from the grave as a zombie named Ray to assemble a “shambling horde of brain-craving zombies.” These rotting pals can be used to solve puzzles, battle enemies and find out why Ray died in the first place and how he became one of the undead.

Death’s Gambit – Developed by White Rabbit:
An adventure game where players explore an alien, medieval world as an agent of Death. Players will battle huge monsters and become more powerful with each one’s death. They will be able to upgrade weapons and abilities along the way.

Headlander – Developed by Double Fine: In this retro 70s-ish sci-fi game, you are the last known human in the universe and all that remains is your lovely head. It is a side-scrolling, action-adventure game where the player is tasked with trying to piece together their fractured past. To do this, they will need to travel through a hostile world of machines using a special helmet that allows them to take control of various robotic host bodies.

Rain World – Developed by Videocult: Also coming to PC and Vita, players will take control of a slugcat and brave the industrial wastes to find their family. They will need to use a spear to hunt enough food to survive, and deal with the massive storms which plague the world every single day. Players will need to be careful because bigger creatures will want to have them for lunch.

Other titles coming from Adult Swim Games include Duck Game and Small Radios Big Televisions with more to be made available in 2016.

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