The download sizes have been revealed for two new PlayStation 4 games, deBlob and School Girl/Zombie Hunter. When viewed directly on the PS4, the product page for deBlob shows that the platforming game will take up 9.71 GB of free space from the hard disk drive of the home console. The listing for and School Girl/Zombie Hunter shows that the action game has a file size of 1.69 GB.
In addition to being digital downloads, both games are also available in disc forms. If you are interested, you can purchase the physical releases with the following links: deBlob and School Girl/Zombie Hunter. You can also check out the box arts, as well as Amazon’s list of features, for the new titles below:
- de Blob: Flip, bounce and smash your way past the all-powerful I.N.K.T. Corporation to launch a revolution and save Chroma City from a future without color
- Long Live Color! Join the Color Revolutionaries in the resistance against Comrade Black and his diabolical array of hot plates, electric shocks, and ink turrets
- Free The Citizens: Free your friends from a black and white world by painting the city back to life as you dodge ink cannons, flatten I.N.K.T. tanks and outsmart Inky soldiers
- Multiplayer: Compete to control Chroma City in 4-player split screen in eight different multiplayer modes
- Save your City: Paint Chroma City’s towering skyscrapers, expansive bridges and massive landmarks in your own style using custom colors, patterns and soundtracks
- Crush the Dead: Choose one of five heroines and deal out devastating levels of carnage to waves of zombies using a vast array of weapons, explosives, traps, and frilly underwear!
- Tactical Fashion: Use various bits of clothing to lure, confuse, and destroy your enemies.
- Squad Up With Friends: School Girl/Zombie Hunter’s online multiplayer modes allow for up to FIVE people to join together to take on the zombie hoards.
- A Horde of single player content: in addition to a story mode, there are a plethora of different missions available to test your skills, nerves, and attachment to your clothes!
deBlob was published by THQ Nordic while School Girl/Zombie Hunter was published by Aksys Games.