On Sunday, Sony confirmed that its next-gen PlayStation 4 console, codenamed “Project Neo,” would arrive with “the final piece of content for the Last of us Remastered.”
The Last of US Remastered will be available in the US and Europe for $69.99 on October 19, but it will be a PS4 exclusive, with a price tag of $69,99 in the same region.
The Last Of Us Remastered will also include two DLC packs for the PS4’s version of the game, with The Evil Within 2 and “The End.”
PlayStation Blog, which has been keeping track of the latest news from Sony, published a list of new features, including new cinematics, new “featured” content, and a brand-new game mode called “Multiplayer.”
A “Multiplay” mode will allow players to team up and take on more than one player online.
PlayStation Blog notes that “multiplayer” is a “word that means more than a single-player game,” as it is an entirely new multiplayer mode that requires both players to be online at the same time.
The announcement of the new multiplayer features comes in the wake of Sony’s announcement earlier this month that it will launch a new online service in October.
The service will be called PlayStation Plus, and it will offer new content and other features that are exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers.
The new service will also allow PlayStation Plus members to “share content and content creators,” and Sony will make it easier to share content and creators, including game developers.
Sony has been working to develop a new, free-to-play game-streaming service called PlayStation Now, which will allow PlayStation Now users to stream their games on PS3 and PS4.
The PS4 and PS3 games Sony announced this week, “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” “Grand Theft Auto V,” “Rocket League,” “Tom Clancy’s The Division,” “Rage,” and “ZombiU,” have all been confirmed as PS4 exclusives.
We’ll have more details about the next batch of PlayStation 4 games as they come to light, but for now, the best-selling PlayStation 4 game of the year, “Grand Dead: The Game,” has been confirmed for the PlayStation 4.
“Grand Live Dead: Episode One” was released for the Sony PS4 in late November, and is the only game in the series to have a retail price of $39.99.
Sony also announced that it is partnering with “Empire Online,” the “free-to play online role-playing game” from “The Elder Scrolls Online” developer Bethesda Softworks.
“The game is available for free for players who have paid for the game and who are new to the game,” the PlayStation Blog post reads.
The post also notes that the game has been downloaded nearly 1 million times and “has been viewed by more than 11 million players.”
Sony also confirmed on Sunday that the next-generation PS4 will include a new “console-class processor,” the PS3’s “A53,” which is the same chip found in PlayStation 3 games like “Grandza.”
Sony’s new console will also feature “faster, more responsive gameplay,” and the console’s controller will be updated to support “gamepads and touchpads.”
PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that lets PlayStation Plus users access content and more than two million creators for $4.99 a month.
The PlayStation Plus service includes exclusive content and creator content.
The “last of us” game has already been confirmed to arrive on PS 4 in October, but there’s no word on when it will arrive on the other platforms.
“Project New Hope,” a PS2 game that debuted in 2003, will be coming to PS4 sometime in 2018.
The game was originally announced for PS3 back in 2013, but the game was never released.
In a recent interview with GameSpot, director Neil Druckmann said that he was planning on releasing the game for PS4 as well, but that it was not in the works at the time.