Guerrilla Games Open World Action-RPG Original Zero Dawn was added on demand to Sony’s PlayStation Now subscription service in December, featuring Wreckfest, Darksiders 3, The Surge 2, Broforce, Stranded Deep and more. I will. rear end.
Horizon Zero Dawn seems to be a place to start from anywhere, but sees the exiled hunter’s alloy, a well-designed robotic wildlife roaming freely, traveling a gorgeous future version of the planet. .. It’s an experience that combines exploration with (sometimes stealth, sometimes exaggerated) combat and solid results, allowing PlayStation Now subscribers to continue their alloy adventure with the Frozen Wilds, a significant winter extension. I can do it.
The following list is Wreckfest, Martin Robinson of the game Eurogamer, who was called “the true successor of the brilliant Destruction Derby” before slapping with the recommended badge last year. “Next Carfest provides first joy and they without pretending to be,” he writes. “It also provides them with just a few of the bugbear classes that took great care of those old Flatout games, and it’s thrilling that it’s been back for so long.”
Next is Darksiders 3. It focuses on the new jockey, Fury, the usual hack and slash formula of the series, following the adventures of death and struggle in previous games. Subsequent journeys across the post-apocalyptic Earth suggest that Eurogamer contributor Malindy Hetfield is a little too accustomed to its own interests in her review. “I can say with confidence now. The Darksiders have made the Darksiders better in the past,” she wrote.
The Surge 2, on the other hand, builds on developer Deck 13’s original sci-fi soul, abandoning limb-targeted combat and action RPG traps away from the intriguing corridor of the first game. It shifts to more environmentally diverse streets of urban sprawl. Known as Jericho City-much more interesting results.
And the end of December is Broforce, a run-and-gunner enthusiastic about action movies from the 80’s, acclaimed by developer Free Lives, and Stranded Deep, an open-world survival adventure (all scavenging). (Equipped with craft, tumble hanger meters) associated with a genre that emphasizes underwater exploration in the Pacific Ocean).
All of the above will be available on PlayStation Now from December 1st today, only Wreckfest will have a departure date, and the game will be discontinued on Monday, May 31st next year.