- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
- 2nd Feb 2021
- 2nd Feb 2021
- 2nd Mar 2021
- 2nd Mar 2021
PlayStation Plus Extra (Subscription)
- 13th Jun 2022
- Also Available On
- Controller Support
- Feature Support
- Official Site
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Control’s road to release on PlayStation 5 has been a bit of a rocky one. Between the Ultimate Edition boxing out early adopters from a next-gen upgrade, certain users accidentally being given the upgrade they were told wasn’t possible, and now Control: Ultimate Edition releasing as a PlayStation...
Five projects currently in development
Developer Remedy has provided an update on its current slate of gaming projects, of which it currently has five in development. The news comes to us from the company's latest earnings briefing, from which several tasty tidbits can be gleaned. Let's start with the juicy stuff, the two in-development Control...
No April Fools here
Yeah, Control is a pretty good game on modern consoles, but what about if we got to experience it a few decades back on PlayStation 1 instead? Principle gameplay designer Tommi Saalasti at Remedy has made it a reality with a demake that takes the Federal Bureau of Control and protagonist Jesse Faden back to the 1990s. 51 seconds...
Destruction AllStars remains
Pinch, punch, first of the month. February has drawn to a close, which means the PlayStation Plus lineup will be changing very soon indeed. If you've yet to claim last month's rather excellent selection of software, here's your reminder. February's PS Plus games include Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie...
Take back Control
It's a little earlier than normal, but you can claim February's PlayStation Plus games on PS5 and PS4 right now. Destruction AllStars was made available in midnight across various territories, meaning people have already started their vehicular combat careers. The PS5 exclusive was followed by fellow PS Plus titles Control:...
Plus or minus?
Look, we don't want to colour anyone's opinion before this poll is even published, but wow, what a month! February's PlayStation Plus lineup appears to have been met with near universal positivity. The selection includes not one, but two new PS5 releases in the form of Destruction AllStars and Control: Ultimate Edition (the latter is...
A huge month for PS Plus
February's PlayStation Plus games have been officially announced — and it's honestly one heck of a lineup. We've known for a while that Destruction AllStars would be February's headline act on PlayStation 5, but there's more to next month's selection than that. Control: Ultimate Edition is also part of the deal, available...
And can you transfer your PS4 save file?
Update: As pointed out in the comments section, there's an error with 505 Games' website that has been clarified by Remedy's Communications Director Thomas Puha. Control: Ultimate Edition targets 1440p whichever graphical option you select. Here's a full explanation: Original Story: If you didn’t see...
After drama surrounding next-gen upgrade
What should have been a public relations slam-dunk for Control publisher 505 Games is already turning sour, as fans ponder why they were encouraged to purchase the Ultimate Edition if it’s being given away day-and-date with PlayStation Plus next month. You may recall a big brouhaha when the next-gen...
Retail release coming a month later
Control, the mysterious psychological superhero shooter, will receive its long-awaited PlayStation 5 release on 2nd February – initially only on the PS Store. Those of you looking to buy a physical copy will have to wait until 2nd March, when it’ll be available on Blu-ray as well. Remember, if you already own...
To improve the final quality
Remedy has decided to delay the PlayStation 5 version of Control: Ultimate Edition to early 2021 as the studio wants to improve the final quality of the product. This in turn means the developer wants more time for polish and production. It needs no introduction, however, as the re-release of Control caused controversy a...
Control Ultimate Edition contains the main game and all previously released Expansions ("The Foundation" and "AWE") in one great value package.
A corruptive presence has invaded the Federal Bureau of Control…Only you have the power to stop it. The world is now your weapon in an epic fight to annihilate an ominous enemy through deep and unpredictable environments. Containment has failed, humanity is at stake. Will you regain control?
Winner of over 80 awards, Control is a visually stunning third-person action-adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Blending open-ended environments with the signature world-building and storytelling of renowned developer, Remedy Entertainment, Control presents an expansive and intensely gratifying gameplay experience.