PlayStation: discounts on Cyberpunk and other triple A not to be missed

PlayStation: discounts on Cyberpunk and other triple A not to be missed


It is undoubtedly a great time to shop in the gaming field. In fact, there are numerous very valid products on Steam at a discount, such as the Metal Gear Solid saga and the Crash trilogy. But the opportunities don't end there: as anticipated in the title of this article, PlayStation has also got involved by offering a great variety of discounted titles, focusing precisely on triple A titles. recent we have Sackboy: A Big Adventure, currently 28% off, Cyberpunk 2077 and Little Nightmares 2, 33% off, and The Last of Us 2, 35% off. These are four very important titles that were released during 2020, so such a discount should definitely not be ignored. There are also numerous numerous classics on sale, and you could use the opportunity to recover them: we are talking about titles of the caliber of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Cuphead and many others.

As for the various sagas, instead, it will be possible to find almost the entire Assassin's Creed series at a discount, including the latest chapter released, Assassin's Creed Valhalla. The Call of Duty series has also been put almost entirely on sale, and getting it back now that the last chapter, Call of Duty Vanguard, is about to be released, might be a good idea not to be left behind. Finally, even the Battlefield saga is available in this series of discounts, and the same advice applies: if you intend to play the new chapter that will be released in November, you cannot miss the previous works.

These discounts are they will last until October 13, so you have two weeks to decide which titles to throw in. In this regard, if you are interested in recovering Assassin's Creed Valhalla, you may be interested in learning more about the game with our review.

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PlayStation Studio Guerrilla Games hiring for multiplayer title, allegedly Horizon-themed

PlayStation Studio Guerrilla Games is hiring for multiplayer talent which is reportedly for a Horizon-themed experience. It is unknown if this is for co-op, or in another genre entirely.The listings on Guerrilla's website were picked up by VGC. There are several interesting positions open, the most significant of which is the role of senior social systems designer.

The listing asks for someone who can 'design features and systems to promote a healthy and fun experience for our player community, engage players in social interactions to create lasting relationships, and where compatible players can create Guild-like groups to explore together.' This would suggest that the team are not just interested in creating the multiplayer game, but the community network to support the title much like in Destiny.

The VGC article notes that the role of senior game writer position is also listed, though it might not be connected to the multiplayer listing. Guerrilla is looking for an individual with “extensive knowledge of stories and narrative design in open-world RPG games, online games, and MMORPGs” for help with mission design. The outlet has been told that co-op was planned for Horizon, something that has been known for a while. Sources noted that the feature was wanted for Forbidden West, but Guerrilla made the executive decision to hold off for a 'standalone online spin-off, or Horizon 3.' Thus, it could seem that a co-op Horizon game is in the offing.

However, the article then connects this to the fact a multiplayer game has been long rumoured out of Guerilla, especially after the Dutch studio poached multiplayer FPS talent — most notably Rainbow Six: Seige director Simon Larouche. That has always been cause for wondering if a new Killzone or SOCOM is coming.

We at TT would speculate that the project reported conflates this last bit of information. The Horizon multiplayer title and the secret Larouche project are not necessarily the same thing; you don't hire that much FPS talent to build a multiplayer Horizon game when you have access to Sony IP like Killzone, SOCOM, Resistance, and more (MAG, anyone?). Nor do you pull talented Horizon developers away from a third-person co-op project. It seems more logical to us that the Forbidden West team have just had its next endeavour outed and the FPS squad remain whiling away on whatever project it was working on. This is just speculation, though!

What do you think of this? Is it what you want out of the Horizon IP? Go on, we know you want to get involved with our theorising down below!