The PlayStation.Blog team can’t wait for October 13. With the launch of PlayStation VR in North America, we’re entering a new era of gaming — one that places players directly into the worlds that developers so lovingly create. To prepare for this amazing next chapter in PlayStation history, we all donned that PlayStation VR headset and sampled a bevy of upcoming PlayStation VR titles.
This week, we’re taking a look at Rez Infinite: the newest version of Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s groundbreaking audiovisual experience and one of the most compelling arguments for VR gaming. Rez Infinite launches alongside PlayStation VR on October 13 — that’s in less than a month!
Paragon is now free for all to play. GLHF!
Join Ryan and Justin as they talk about their adventures in New York, where they witnessed the debut of PS4 Pro and the new slimmer PS4. They also talk about BioShock: The Collection, Destiny: Rise of Iron, Steven Universe, and even a few movies! They saved those for the end of the show, though.
This week’s Top Downloads list kicks off with Hello Games’ ambitious exploration opus, No Man’s Sky, which tops PlayStation Store’s PS4 chart. Just behind it is this year’s installment of EA’s seminal sports series, Madden NFL 17. Battlefield hype is high, with BF4 surging to the number 3 spot just ahead of Battlefield 1’s release next month. Read on for the rest of the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita charts, and let us know in the comments what you think will take top honors this month.
Much has been said about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s space-faring single-player campaign, but we haven’t gotten a good look at its multiplayer mode — arguably the bread and butter of any FPS worth its salt — until now.
Following up on last week’s look at Respawn’s first-ever single-player campaign, we’re back with a full-fledged PlayStation Underground episode featuring two of Titanfall 2’s mulitplayer modes.
Experience the finale of the Zombies Origins saga, first on PS4. Available now at PS Store.
Titanfall 2 may technically be Respawn’s first foray into a story-based campaign, but the team’s pedigree inspires confidence, as did the first-hand look I was offered at Respawn’s HQ earlier this month. While there, I saw excerpts from Titanfall 2’s single-player campaign before playing a few hours of its multiplayer (more on that soon).
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