Sucker Punch’s samurai opus is the not the somersault spamming, high-octane historical action game we’d expected – it’s literally a playable Kurosawa movie. With bold use of colours and a sprawling open world to explore, this looks to be the Seattle-based developer’s Horizon: Zero Dawn moment. We still have some questions regarding how the combat actually feels, but it’s clear that the ex-inFAMOUS team is on to something special here.
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Don't count out Sir Daniel Fortesque just yet. He may be the reanimated skeleton of a cowardly knight, but his adventures are beloved by PlayStation fans, and we're very much looking forward to this PS4 version. Details are scarce right now, but we do know it's a full remake of the first game. It'll be great to see one of the PSone's best loved characters resurrected on modern hardware - hopefully, we won't have to wait too long to see it.
Sony’s said that it wants to be more competitive in the competitive multiplayer arena, and Predator: Hunting Grounds is its latest attempt. Developed by Friday the 13th maker Illfonic in collaboration with Warner Bros, this first-party asymmetrical affair will see you working to complete paramilitary objectives as a member of an elite Fireteam – all while being hunted by the titular marauder.
Part of PlayStation’s current multiplayer push, ReadySet Heroes sees you working through random dungeons, collecting loot to power up. The first to reach the end will trigger a battle to the death against an opposing team, so you better be prepared if you hope to take the ultimate glory and settle a few scores.