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Beyond: Two Souls is coming to the PlayStation 4 on 24 November, developer Quantic Dream today confirmed on the PlayStation Blog.
The PlayStation 3 title will feature the return of Ellen Page and Willem Defoe as two actors who know how to deliver a line or two, and Jodie Holmes — one of the more troubled, and creepy, female protagonists in gaming.
Although it seems that the PlayStation 4 version of the game is largely a remaster, Quantic Dream‘s co-CEO Guillaume de Fondaumiere has noted that there will be a few more additions for fans on the newer gen console:
Enhanced 1080p graphics including motion blur, bloom and depth of field effects, as well as improved lighting and shadows. The game also makes use of the DualShock 4 speaker to improve immersion when playing as the Entity.
Decisions are highlighted at the end of each scene and compared with those made by other players.
You can now play the game in chronological order right from the start – a much requested feature in the PS3 version!
Increased difficulty in certain fight scene, combined with improved controls for action sequences.
Includes the “Enhanced Experiments” DLC.
In the same blog post, de Fondaumiere also revealed that Heavy Rain — a hat tip to the noir filming style of yesteryear — will debut on the PlayStation 4 digitally on 1 March 2016.
“What’s more, those who purchase Beyond: Two Souls digitally will be entitled to download Heavy Rain on PS4 when it releases at a discount,” he concludes.
Have a look at Heavy Rain‘s PS3 trailer above for a quick refresher, and be sure to let us know what you think of Quantic Dream’s remaster plans in the comments section below.