Flowers for PS4 01

Four hit titles that were released for the PS3, the PS Vita, and the PSP will be making their way to the PS4. Flower, flOw, Sound Shapes, and Escape Plan have been confirmed to be coming to Sony’s new console, with a little surprise to those who who already own them.

Flower, developed by Thatgamecompany, will launch for both PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on November 15. Flower is a unusual title in which players controlled winds that blew flower petals around as they fluttered in the air. The PlayStation 4 version has been confirmed to run at 60 frames per second at 1080p resolution. This title is available now for the PS3 and PS Vita.

Sound Shapes, developed by Queasy Games, will also be available on November 15 as well. Sound Shapes is a side-scrolling platformer with a musical focus that lets players create levels and share these levels with other users. This title is available for the PS3 and the PS Vita.

flOw, also developed by Thatgamecompany, will be arriving for the PS4 and the PS Vita on November 29. flOw was an award-winning flash game that had players control a small, multi-segmented worm-like creature through an aquatic environment. flOw is available for the PS3 and the PSP right now.

Finally, we have Escape Plan, developed by Fun Bits Interactive, coming to the PS4 on November 29th.  Escape Plan is a side-scrolling puzzle game that lets players control two characters as they try to avoid a gruesome, but humorous, death.  Escape Plan is available only for the PS Vita for now.

The little surprise said earlier is the reveal that all four titles are cross-buy, meaning that if you have already own any of these four titles on the PlayStation Store for other platforms, they’ll be available for free download when you pick up your PlayStation 4.

All these titles will all be available for Europe on November 29th.

To see more about the titles and the cross-buy promotion, just look at the trailer below.


Samuel North
A writer at Operation Rainfall, a lover of videogames, and an insomniac who can't tell what day it is. There really isn't much else interesting to say, except that I've eaten an entire box of ramen noodles in one sitting.