This fall, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate will tell the story of Jacob and Evie Frye and their quest to take control of London’s criminal underground as they lead their gang — The Rooks — against the Templar forces manipulating the city. Along with the stealth, intrigue, furious combat, and free-running action you love in Assassin’s Creed, those playing on PS4 will get a little something extra.
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In Assassin’s Creed Syndicate you’ll play as Jacob Frye — an assassin with grand plans to take control of London’s criminal underground.
Though the characters in Valiant Hearts are fictional, the game is based in the very real and tragic history of World War I. Teaming with World War I historian groups, the Valiant Hearts development team was able to craft a story rooted deeply in the history of the era that tells the story of individuals swept up in the chaos and destruction of The Great War.
Valiant Hearts: The Great War aims to put a new lens on the video game war story. The focus here is not on armed combat, but on the personal stories of the men and women affected by and caught up in the chaos of World War I. This is a story told not only through exposition, but also through gameplay.
Valiant Hearts: The Great War is not the type of war story we’re used to seeing in games. Instead of focusing on soldiers, Valiant Hearts spotlights the lives of ordinary people thrust into an impossible, unbearable situation, and tells a personal and touching story set against the chaotic backdrop of World War I.
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If there’s one thing better than blazing through one of Trials Fusion’s trickiest courses, it’s knowing you did it faster — and with fewer crashes — than your friends. Online leaderboards lie at the heart of the Trials universe, and with Trials Fusion on PS4 we’re taking that competitive experience one step further.
Trials is known for its high-flying, face-smashing, precision platforming races, but get ready to take it up a notch (maybe several notches) with the all new FMX Tricks System. More than simple flips and twists, FMX will have you pulling moves like the Dead-Body, Going Up, and everyone’s favorite: The Superman.
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