French Website Claims Beyond: Two Souls Is Coming to PS4

At this point, PS4 has more PS3 titles than PS4 titles.

Posted By | On 29th, Aug. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

Beyond Two Souls

Beyond: Two Souls was released only last year on the PlayStation 3, although that was a bit baffling when you consider it. The game was a bit of a graphical showcase (which, really, was all that it was actually good at), and maybe it might have been better served as a PlayStation 4 launch title and visual showcase.

Well, it’s too late for it to be a PS4 launch title or even visual showcase anymore, but in true Sony tradition, it looks like it will be coming to the PS4 all the same. The existence of a PS4 port of Beyond: Two Souls has been rumored for a while, and now a French website is claiming that it is real.

Apparently, the new PS4 version will be called Director’s Cut, and it will include levels that were previously cut out from the game, including the oft spoken of Baby Stage.

It hasn’t yet been officially confirmed (although considering how trigger happy Sony is with porting PS3 games to PS4, it’s pretty much a given), but we’ll let you know if/when it happens.

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    Gaming Bolt- At this point the PS4 has more PS3 games than the PS3
    I couldn’t have said it better myself Lmfao

    • demfax

      They didn’t say that, and it’s obviously wrong and ridiculous.

  • justerthought

    I love the story, the concept and the locations, but I truly hate quicktime events. They are lazy and extremely annoying. I would have bought this game on PS4 as a remaster but could not bear the quicktime events and robot like movement.

    Sony need to get a grip of David Cage and force him to dump the quicktime events. He definitely has talent as a game director but it is wasted with dated quicktime events. Gamers expect more freedom of control. We want lifelike movement not just lifelike graphics. Far too much of his efforts are focussed on vowing us with the quality of the cinematic graphics, while the gameplay lags behind. He needs to make up his mind whether he wants to work in films or games. Right now he’s a wannabe film director making games to fulfil his dream and the games are suffering as a result.


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