Sony has announced all the new games that will be coming to PlayStation next week. A total of 22 games will be coming to PlayStation4, PS Vita, and PS VR platforms. \n \nThe games will start dropping from 15 October to 18 October. Below is the full list, including the highlights of each day. \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/PlayStation\/status\/1182763706054336512 \n \n15 October \n- Zombieland: Double Tap – Road Trip: (PS4) \n- The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors: (PS4) \n- The Fisherman – Fishing Planet: (PS4) \n- Just Ignore Them: (PS4: PS Vita) \n- Outer Wilds: (PS4) \n- Wands: (PS VR) \n- Children of Morta: (PS4) \n- Warzone (VR, PS VR) \n \nDay's highlights: Zombieland: Double Tap – Road Trip is a wild, twin-stick co-op shooter game based on Zombieland: Double Tap series. Players assume any of the four characters to combat the ever-growing hordes of over-the-top zombies. \n \nFor action fans, Warzone, the first-person shooter game will also be dropping. It features large maps, an arsenal of weapons and drivable vehicles. Warzone is available on PSVR and VR. \n \n16 October \n- Draw A Stickman: Epic 2: (PS4) \n \nDay's highlights: In this adventure game, players enter a magical - storybook full of mystery and wonder. Along the way, you meet unusual creatures and puzzles as you create your original stickman and watch him come to life. \n \n17 October \n- Felix The Reaper: (PS4) \n- Doors & Rooms: (PS4) \n- Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX: (PS4) \n- Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands: (PS4) \n- The Jackbox Party Pack 6: (PS4) \n- Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition: (PS4) \n- Monkey King: Hero Is Back: (PS4) \n \nDay's highlights: Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX is a fast-paced, stylish 2D action developed by Inti Creates. \n \n18 October \n- Return of the Obra Dinn: (PS4) \n- Driven Out: (PS4) \n- Megaquarium: (PS4) \n- Pig Eat Ball: (PS4) \n- Worbital: (PS4) \n- Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville - (PS4) \n \nDay's highlights: Return of the Obra Dinn is an incredible piece of work. In this Lucas Pope puzzle video game, players take the role of an insurance adjuster tasked with finding out what happened to the crewmen, and if \n \nAnd it's not just Sony that has revealed the games coming to their PlayStation platforms. Nintendo and Microsoft have also announced the games dropping next week on their Nintendo Switch and Xbox One platforms. 33 games will be coming to Nintendo Switch while Xbox has 21 games lined up for release. \n \nIn other news, October is already halfway, and that means time for downloading and playing the PlayStation Plus free games for October is slowly elapsing. The two games are The Last Of Us Remastered and MLB The Show 19.