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has shared a bit of details in regards to the making of the minimal prominent group in the game known as The GamesBanuk Tribe. As per the PS Blog GG divulged some details for the “behind the scenes trailer” and more. Make sure to read the info below:
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds was an opportunity to go back and delve into the culture of one of Horizon Zero Dawn’s most mysterious tribes. Although the Banuk didn’t feature prominently in the base game, the tribe’s rugged individuality, nomadic existence and harmonious relationship with natural and machine life set it apart them from all of the other tribes.
The developers went to great lengths to create tribes that would feel believable and at home in the environments they inhabited, and the Banuk tribe was no exception. In the video interview above, Studio Art Director Jan-Bart van Beek, Narrative Director John Gonzalez, Lead Concept Artist Roland IJzermans and Lead Writer Ben McCaw talk about the development of the Banuk tribe, and the ways in which Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds builds on the foundations laid in Horizon Zero Dawn.
You’ll be able to explore the Cut and discover the unique culture of the Banuk tribe for yourself when Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds launches on November 7th.
The Trophies are broken down into 2 sections one of them being known as Feats Trophies,
and the next being known as Quest Trophies,
It’s rumored that the game adds as much as 15 hours of gameplay. Which is considerably generous for 14.99 DLC.
(Editors Opinion: I wasn’t originally interested in coming back to the game of Horizon Zero Dawn. Especially with me being the self admitted Platinum trophy whore of the WUPS crew. I felt that since I acquired my well deserved platinum. That I wouldn’t have a need to return to the game. But being invested in the base game and having since seeing this trailer. I will 100% return to the game as I look forward to delving more into Horizon Zero Dawn’s evolving lore. And the added incentive of new trophies makes the deal sweeter however having since achieving the platinum. I’m not as worried to complete 100% of the trophies but it does provide a nice incentive to close the game of the my current completion percentage of the game.)
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Final Fantasy XV has spoken of how it’s planned to keep the marquee title alive and well beyond it’s single player DLC in the past and we’ve reported on the previous Multiplayer expansion details. This week it has been revealed in a press release via Final Fantasy XV’s Twitter that the multiplayer expansion was set to release at the end of this month on October 31st but since has been set to release a bit later. Here’s what they had to say below:
“Due to final adjustments and to create the best possible experience, the online expansion Final Fantasy XV: Comrades will now be released in early November,” Square Enix
Editors Opinion: The Multiplayer was fun as well as surprisingly expansive as it showed some promising offerings. The action was fluid as well. My only personal hope is that the FFXV community that’s left truly gives this shot. It was a fresh and fun experience with friends but based on my experience within the time frame of the beta match making did require a bit of work and I feel based on my experience from the beta that this will be heavily reliant on player engagement. So if this this does not gain the correct response from gamers who may not be used to this change in content from a mainline FF title, it may or may not thrive. Of course this is just an early assumption. I hope it does well based on the efforts taken however as it is a very fun experience. But with the late implementation and desire of other games it could be a bit of a tricky road to entice gamers who have since completed the game’s mainline story.
This comes as no surprise just about as the beta build we’ve previously play was in need of a few fixes. This is not necessarily bad news as it’s better to have to a delayed game than a broken game as “some” gamers these days feel. But at any rate fans who have been excited for this expansion will have to hold off a bit longer. But what do you think? Are you looking forward to the Multiplayer expansion? Are you or aren’t you interested in the online implementation of a mainline Final Fantasy game later having online elements? We’d love to hear your thoughts so leave your comments below. For news like this and more make sure to check back with us and keep us bookmarked here at What’s Up PlayStation.
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The Uncharted 4 Multiplayer community is alive and well! With that being said it’s only slated to get better and better. Today via the PlayStation Blog it was announced that a new game mode, vanity items and guns would be added via the multiplayer, to name a few. In regards to major and noticeable changes. These changes are set to hit this weekend which entail the following:
First up, we’re introducing a new permanent game mode: King of the Hill. It tasks two teams with fighting for control of rotating capture points in order to reach the score limit. King of the Hill requires careful coordination and skilled use of Multiplayer’s core combat and movement systems.
However, even if victory seems assured, King of the Hill offers a unique twist — after the score limit has been reached, the losing team has one last chance to make a comeback through what we call the Victory Hill. The leading team must capture the Victory Hill to win, but if the losing team takes it, they get a second chance at glory.
Alongside King of the Hill, we’re also introducing an array of new vanity items and three new weapons: the INSAS and Type-95 long guns, as well as a scoped Competition Pistol.
Fans of The Last of Us may recognize our new Savage Starlight character skins. Inspired by the in-game comics strewn across the world of The Last of Us, you can now customize select characters in Uncharted 4 Multiplayer with Savage Starlight outfits.
Uncharted players are you ready to jump back among thieves and fight it out? What are you looking for as far as big MP changes? What changes would you like to see implemented for the Uncharted 4 Multiplayer? Comment below let us know and for more news check back with us here at Whats Up PlayStation.
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy will be coming to PlayStation 4 on June 30th, 2017. The N.Sane Trilogy is an collection of remakes of the first three games in the Crash Bandicoot series games which includes: Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes Back and Warped. PlayStation fans alike will be happy to dive back in and take an nostalgic trip back to the PS1 days with this trilogy. Are you ready to stop the evil Dr. Neo Crotex once again?
The N.Sane Trilogy will bring new features in all three games. Those features includes unified checkpoints, pause menus, and save systems, including both manual and automatic saving. It will also feature high-definition 4K resolution and remastered audio.
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If you are excited for the upcoming PS4 exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn you’re in for a treat today. Gameplay previews and impressions will be out in the wild today, so if you are one of those people who doesn’t want to be spoiled, it’s best to stay away from social media.
For the rest of you who want to see gameplay, check it out below:
We get a good look at more combat, the skill tree, the map (which is HUGE), shops, armor sets, and a look at our first trophy called “First Modification” that you’ll obtain when making your first upgrade.
Horizon Zero Dawn will be out exclusively for PS4 on February 28th. The wait is almost over, will you be picking up Horizon day one? Leave your comment down below.
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Are you ready for some WipEout action on PS4/ PS4 Pro? WipEout is back and looking better than before. Next year PlayStation fans can play this amazing collection of WipEout games including WipEout HD, WipEout HD Fury and WipEout 2048, all enhanced for PS4 and PS4 Pro. WipEout Omega Collection is set to release summer 2017.
Here are some more details and what to expect next year from WipEout Omega Collection:
A name synonymous with PlayStation®, WipEout® is the rapid combat racer that defies gravity and defines generations. Known for its blistering speed, iconic music and pure multiplayer mayhem, WipEout® has starred on every PlayStation® format since 1995 – and is now set to rip through the air on PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®4 Pro.
Packed with content from WipEout HD, WipEout HD Fury and WipEout 2048. Omega Collection features 26 reversible circuits, 46 unique ships, a ton of game modes and a mixture of new and classic music tracks
* Compatible 4K HDR TV required for 4K and HDR support. Dynamic 4K gaming outputted by graphic rendering or upscaled to 4K resolution; support varies by game title. HDR and faster frame rates not supported by all games and video content.
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#Provember is here and in full effect in the PlayStation Nation! Today Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe has released a trailer for the PS4 Pro, deeming it “The Super Charged PS4, The Worlds Most Powerful Console” and further details that the PS4 offers enhanced performance via a boosted CPU and GPU with resolution up to 4K, HDR imaging technology, and faster more stable frame-rates. The PS4 Pro is the ultimate way to enjoy your favorite PS4 titles. We’ve recently listed the games that will be supported via PS4 Pro day one which you can check out here! Check out the trailer below:
The Ps4 Pro releases November 10th worldwide for $399 and €349 in the EU. You can also check out our Ultimate FAQ if you’re curious even further of the PS4 Pro’s capabilities. Tell us what you think about the trailer are you convinced or thinking about purchasing a PS4 Pro comment below and let us know! For more PlayStation news and all things related make sure to check back with us here at What’s Up PlayStation.