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PS Plus: Free Games for November

Posted by on Nov 01, 2017

Greetings, PlayStation Plus members. November is another huge month, so strap in and get ready!

As we continue to celebrate the one year anniversary of PS VR*, we are giving PlayStation Plus members another bonus PlayStation VR game. From November 7 through January 2, PlayStation Plus members in the U.S., Canada, and most of Latin America can download Until Dawn: Rush of Blood as a bonus game. Get ready for the most disturbing roller coaster ride you’ll ever take in this trigger-happy arcade shooter.

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Call of Duty WWII: War Mode Deep Dive

Posted by on Nov 01, 2017

September’s Call of Duty WWII beta confidently demonstrated Sledgehammer Game’s vision and gameplay goals. Most notably, a return to the gritty and grounded setting of World War II.

But Sledgehammer’s ambitions extend far beyond a mere change in tone and scenery. With its new War Mode, the studio is looking to contribute a fresh chapter to Call of Duty’s competitive legacy. War Mode pits two teams against each other in a mission with shifting objectives that plays a bit like an FPS tug-of-war, with one sides digging in to hold ground and the other pushing forward relentlessly.

I enjoyed my time with War Modes, so I caught up with Multiplayer Designer Sean Soucy to learn more about the genesis of Sledgehammer’s gritty new gem. Read on, and get ready for November 3!

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Double Discounts for PS Plus Members Start Now!

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017

Hey everyone! To close out the month of October, Playstation Store has put together a little treat to go along with your Halloween tricks. Starting now PS Plus members can score up to 60 Percent off select titles (30 percent for non-members) during the Double Discounts Sale.

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Sledgehammer Wants to Make Zombies Scary in Call of Duty: WWII

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017

Sledgehammer is bringing a fresh new perspective to its new Nazi Zombies mode that will ship alongside Call of Duty: WWII on November 3. Like its spiritual predecessors, this Zombies experience is cloaked in mystery and mystique.

Luckily, Sledgehammer’s Cameron Dayton and Jon Horsley are giving us a peek behind the curtain. The basic premise — a four-player co-op battle against waves of murderous zombies — remains intact, but Sledgehammer is intent on adding its own unique fingerprint to the celebrated co-op series. What most struck me was Sledgehammer’s focus on generating fear in the player. Watch our new video interview to learn more about Sledgehammer’s plans.

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Roundup: The Biggest Updates & Announcements from Paris Games Week 2017

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017

What a show! We hope you enjoyed our suite of announcements and updates from Paris Games Week, but just as E3 was only half the story, the announcements made on stage don’t cover the breadth of everything happening here in France.

We’ve collected every major announcement in this post, but we’ve also included a bevy of other new updates from devs across the industry — read on for your closest look yet at what’s coming to a PlayStation near you.

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Shadow of the Colossus for PS4 Launches February 6, Watch the Opening

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017

In case you missed it, we just debuted new footage of Shadow of the Colossus for PS4 as part of the PlayStation press conference at Paris Games Week. We are happy to confirm that Shadow of the Colossus for PlayStation 4 will launch on February 6, 2018 with an MSRP of $39.99.

As we stressed during our E3 2017 unveil, Shadow of the Colossus on PS4 is not a port or remaster. The beloved all-time classic has been completely rebuilt by the highly regarded team at Bluepoint Games. They are no stranger when it comes to reintroducing gems of PlayStation’s past for new generations of gamers to experience; their reputation for faithful, beautiful restorations precedes them.

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God of War: Inside the Paris Games Week Trailer

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017

When we unveiled a bold, daunting, new direction for God of War at E3 2016, Cory wrote here “Change is an essential part of life. In creative development change is often the explosive spark that transforms good enough into truly memorable.” As we sit here in the studio on the cusp of our content lock for the game, I can tell you our team’s souls are downright driven to nail those memorable moments with as much determination as Kratos and Atreus are on their incredible journey. There are no Soul Eaters lurking in these halls, though today you may think otherwise with our studio Halloween decorations. This team is making it happen once again through perseverance, passion, and determination.

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an Authentic Open-World RPG

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a story-driven, open-world RPG that immerses players in an epic adventure in the Holy Roman Empire. Set to avenge the death of the heroes’ parents, players take over the role of Henry, son of the local blacksmith. Struggling against an invading force, players will encounter game-changing quests and decisions. Majestic castles, deep forests, thriving villages, and countless other locations, set in a highly realistic medieval Bohemia invite players to truly explore History!

Here are six reasons why players should be excited for Kingdom Come: Deliverance on PS4.

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