As November creeps ever closer, Sony has released information about two more games that will be getting on the PS4, specifically Lego Marvel Super Heroes and Cyberpunk 2077.
The Sixth Axis got down and detailed with Arthur Parsons, the game director for Lego Marvel Super Heroes, and revealed a few hints of what can be found on the PS4 version of the game.
One of these add-ons has something to do with the Sharing feature of the PS4, though Parsons even noted that there may be something more that Sony will be announcing with regard to the PS4, a feature that will find its way at the center of Lego Marvel Super Heroes.
In addition, it seems that the PS3 and PS4 versions also have something exclusive in them, so that's a bonus for Sony fans.
Cyberpunk 2077 to come in PS4, Xbox One
Cyberpunk 2077, an RPG that goes deep into a dystopian world, has already been confirmed only for the PC, but now hints are pointing to potentially next-gen appearance of the game.
Speaking in an interview reported by GameSpot, Rafal Jaki, businesss manager for CD Projekt Red, said that it will most probably be coming to the PS4 and Xbox One.
"It's going really, really well and the team is growing and the development... well, I don't want to brag or anything, but really the stuff they've come up with is mind-blowing.," said Jaki in an interview quoted by GameSpot.
But Cyberpunk 2077 is just one of the titles that are currently in development by the studio as The WItcher 3: Wild Hunt is also in the drawing board.
Better downloading and network experience with PS4
For those who had to live through the nightmare of downloading the relatively small game GTA 5 (around 18GB for the PS3), Sony has promised that corrupted files and very slow download won't be part of their experience with the PS4.
"There are big innovations in the PS4 to make it more attractive and more easy game-wise to want to download," said Sony UK's Fergal Gara in an interview with T3.
While this is expected for the transition from current to next-gen, other downloading features, such as the Play as you Download feature may help in improving the experience. At least something good came out of the GTA 5 incident, and now Sony has ensured that it will do its best to maintain quality downloads for the PS4.
Aside from a better downloading experience, Sony has also promised that the network system for the PS4 will be improved, if only because they treat this as an investment for its gamers.
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