Right after The Evil Within 2 launched, inquisitive fans discovered something: a first-person mode that was limited to a specific part of the game’s story could be (with some finagling) extended to other areas of the game. The community began clamoring for this feature to be officially extended to the rest of the game, and the development team at Tango Gameworks has listened. The entirety of The Evil Within 2 can now be played in first-person via a free update. We spoke to Producer Shinsaku Ohara about the process and challenges of bringing a first-person mode to a third-person game.
We’ve got more magical goodness from Bethesda, with Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Dishonored headlining this month’s new content drop for PS Now and pushing the library ever closer to 600 total games available. We’re also bringing back the $9.99 intro offer and 12-month subscription for a limited time, just in time for the holidays. Get your first month for $9.99 (new subscribers only, available in US only) or lock in another 12 months of PS Now for just $99.99. Both offers are available until the end of January.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is showing a lot of promise. My recent hands-on time with an early build of the game pointed to a more confident, more polished follow-up to 2014’s subversive hit Wolfenstein: The New Order… which still stands as one of the best story-driven shooters on PS4, by the way.
With Wolfenstein: The New Colossus, developer MachineGames is shifting the fight overseas to a Nazi-occupied “United States of Amerika.”
The themes are heavy, and MachineGames doesn’t pull any punches in its depiction of this dark alternate history — though the studio wisely punctuates the tension with moments of shocking humor, such as the infamous milkshake scene shown at E3.
Announced during the PlayStation Media Showcase at E3 2017, Bethesda’s sprawling milestone RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is coming to PlayStation VR. This isn’t an add-on experience or a demo intended to showcase the potential of the hardware — this is the full Skyrim experience in its entirety, including all of its well-received post-release content.
Millions of players have spent countless hours exploring the dark corners and grand cities of The Elder Scrolls Online since its original launch on PlayStation 4 in 2015, and today, The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind launches globally. This new Chapter in The Elder Scrolls Online saga introduces a massive new area to explore, a new character class: the Warden, a new small-scale, fast-paced PvP mode with Battlegrounds, a new 12-player Trial in the Halls of Fabrication, and more than 30 hours of quests and exciting story content.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is the biggest addition to The Elder Scrolls Online yet and redefines the traditional MMO expansion by delivering vast new content and features that are equally accessible and fun for both existing and new ESO players.
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