If you’re a PS Plus member who hasn’t haven’t taken advantage of Sony’s February free games offering of Outlast (PS4) and Metro: Last Light (PS3), today is your last chance to get them both before they’re replaced by the new-and-improved Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition (PS4) and Tomb Raider (PS3).
Dead Nation’s re-release on PS4 comes with next-gen-ified textures and effects, full HD (1080p) support, improved controls, a new mode that lets you challenge your friends with your high scores to see if they can beat them, and the option to live-stream to an audience who can vote to affect the difficulty of the game in real-time. The best part? All of it comes bundled with the equally as fantastic Road To Devastation expansion. Read on for an announcement trailer.
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