Sony and Naughty Dog have released a trailer for The Last of Us Remastered coming to the PS4. When we say glimpse, we really mean it. While the video is close to a minute and a half, you’re only getting about 14 secs of actual footage. Well, at least it’s something. You can expect TLoS on PS4 this Summer and is available to pre-order now.
Sony Finally Confirms The Last of Us is Coming to PS4
The worse damn secret around is now officially official, The Last of Us is coming to the PS4. So what makes this worth double dipping? Well, it’s a damn amazing game and that’s good enough;but if you want more:
Higher resolution character models
Improved shadows and lighting
Several other gameplay improvements
Includes: Abandoned Territories Map Pack
Includes: Reclaimed Territories Map Pack
Includes: The Last of Us: Left Behind single-player campaign
Will be $59.99
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In-game cinematic commentary from the cast and creative directors
This August Shinji Mikami is coming back to the horror genre to show others how the hell its done with The Evil Within. This new trailer makes us think that this is going to be one hell of a ride just in time for Halloween. The Evil Within launches this August on PS3, 360, PS4 and Xbox One.
From the makers of The Darkness and the Riddick games comes Wolfenstein: The New Order, an FPS that shockingly is all about the single player story driven experience with no multiplayer what so ever. You’ll be able to get your hands on the PS4 version of the Nazi shooting simulator at Pax East. Everyone else will have to wait till next month to go all Lieutenant Aldo “The Apache” Raine on some Nazi ass.
Not what many were expecting but it looks like legit fun. Epic is breaking out of Gears and looks to be taking a step back and forward with Fortnite. Bringing a little classic Unreal Tournament like action with co-op and RPG building and survival elements. Interestly enough, Fortnite is going to be a Free-2-Play game.
The Crew will feature microtransactions that allow players to purchase new performance parts using real-world money
If you thought the age of microtransactions was going to get any better this generation than you haven’t been paying much attention or didn’t buy Forza 5. UbiSoft’s The Crew is taking and running with it.
The system appears to be similar to the monetisation model found in many free-to-play games, with players able to earn in-game credits by completing missions and challenges, or short-cutting the process by purchasing currency with real cash.
"We can confirm that performance parts can be unlocked through progression as well as microtransactions," a Ubisoft representative told VideoGamer.com. “All content can be unlocked through progression, but for busy gamers who want to save some time, they will have the opportunity to buy some items in-game.”
"Everything in the game has got this dual currency approach,"
"We’re not going to stop you from progressing [if you don’t spend money], but it’ll be more time."
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