Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: PS4

Digimon World: Next Order arriving for PS4 in early 2017

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Digimon World: Next Order is coming stateside for PS4. Scheduled to launch early next year, digitally and physically**, players will find themselves in a Digital World under assault by Machinedramons. After being rescued by two Digimon, the newcomer, now male or female, must set out with their two heroes to repay the favor by uncovering the origins of the Machinedramons while also searching for a way home. Over 200 Digimon will be roaming about for players to recruit, train, and lead.

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Bungie releases launch trailer for Destiny: Rise of Iron

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A new video mixing rendered and in-game footage has gone live for Destiny’s latest add-on, Rise of Iron. The launch trailer runs nearly two minutes and offers a quick overview of the backstory and current mission. Around half of the footage features several of the new gameplay elements, including The Plaguelands location, Felwinter Peak social space, and added weaponry.

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NIS reveals new tactical-RPG for PS4, PS Vita, God Wars Future Past

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NIS is once again teaming up with Natural Doctrine developer Kadokawa Games. This time, the duo will be bringing a new tactical role-playing game to PS4 and PS Vita, God Wars Future Past. Scheduled to launch early next year, digitally and physically, their latest will follow a skewed version of Japanese history told through traditional origin stories. Fuji, Izumo, and Hyuga vie for control of the country, known then as Mizuho, as the once-imprisoned Princess Kaguya escapes her sacrificial fate to learn the truth about her past. During her quest, players will gain access to 14 customizable characters, over 30 classes, and 400-plus skills.

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Dead Rising, DR2, and DR2: Off the Record launch for console, PC

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Capcom is celebrating the ten-year anniversary of Dead Rising with the release of three newly updated titles: Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record. They are offered on a variety of platforms, with a mixture of physical and digital releases. All of the titles come bundled with their associated downloadable content, and have been upgraded to run in 1080p at 60fps. That’s a lot of zombie slaying, but players have plenty of time to catch up with Frank West’s origins, and fellow protagonist Chuck Greene, before Dead Rising 4 launches on December 6.

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Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness out for PS4, PS Vita, PC early ’17

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The game adaptation of popular anime Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness has been released for PS4 and PS Vita. Set in a dystopian future, players follow agents of Division 1 as they set out to investigate cases involving potential criminals. In an era of over-quantification, everything can be studied and recorded, including one’s likelihood to break the law. Those with high Crime Coefficients are deemed dangerous, but in following up leads, the Inspectors require the help of high-risk Enforcers, fellow agents who themselves have high Crime Coefficients.

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Learn what’s what about Dragon Quest Builders in new video

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Dragon Quest Builders received something of a 101 trailer today. Titled What is Dragon Quest Builders?, the video covers a little of everything in the hybrid RPG-builder. The footage goes over the backstory as well as the quests that players will undertake, characters they will meet, enemies they will battle, and buildings they will construct.

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Corvo sets out for revenge in new Dishonored 2 gameplay trailer

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Corvo is back in a new gameplay trailer for Dishonored 2. The famed assassin returns to take down the usurper who overthrew his daughter, Empress Emily Kaldwin. New enemies, environments, and powers are featured in the two-minute video. Head further down to see him in action as he hunts his latest target, Delilah.

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Destiny to get Private Match option tomorrow for PS4, Xbox One

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Bungie will be adding Private Matches to Destiny ahead of the release of Rise of Iron. Tomorrow, current-gen versions—that is, PS4 and Xbox One, as weird as that remains to say—will allow players to host sessions from up to 18 modes across nearly 30 maps.

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Doom – Free Update 3 to add Deathmatch, Private Matches

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id Software’s upcoming patch for Doom will add Deathmatch and Private Matches. Free Update 3, scheduled to go live later this month, will allow players to go all-in versus everyone or just friends. The modes will also feature several customization options, including settings to change the time limit and score limit, remove power weapons, and turn off demons. A teaser was released offering a brief look at the upcoming patch. Those wanting to see it demonstrated live can check out a livestream next Tuesday at 1 p.m. (CST) on Twitch.

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Sony (finally) reveals PS4 Pro, PS4 Slim, and new peripherals

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After weeks of leaks, and months of speculation, Sony has officially revealed the next release in the PlayStation family, PlayStation 4 Pro. The Pro is scheduled to launch on November 10 for $399, offering an extra rear USB port, two more front USB ports, a 1TB hard drive, and an upgraded CPU and GPU. The added horsepower will improve graphics, offer consistent frame rates, and support 4K. 4K will also be supported for video streaming and playback, though not for Blu-ray. All PS4 games will be in 1080p, and supported titles will have improved frame rates. HDR support will also be added to current PS4 models through a patch. Joining the Pro is a new slim 500GB model for $299, which will go for sale on September 15. It’s said to cut power consumption by 28-34%, weight by 16-25%, and volume by over 30% According to Sony, all future games will run on every PS4 system.

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