As usual, this year too Sony greeted the arrival of the summer season with the very rich Days of Play, a promotion aimed at both the traditional physical market and the digital sphere. Like everything beautiful, in any case, these discounts are also destined to end (on the night between 8 and 9 June, to be precise), so we want to make sure you take advantage of them before it’s too late. Here are three great games, all come with a PS5 specific updatewhich in our opinion you should seriously consider.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Deluxe Edition (€ 14.99)
Coming from the announcement of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, we certainly could not recommend the progenitor of the series, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Orderthird-person action / adventure that can easily be counted among the most beautiful surprises of recent years.
Set after the events of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Fallen Order is based on Cal Kestis, a Padawan who survived the purge of Order 66. After five years spent in anonymity working as a wrecker on the planet Bracca, he is found and attacked by the Inquisitors, miraculously managing to escape. Escaping the ambush, he will find the strength to complete his training, develop his Force skills, master the iconic lightsaber and stand up to the Empire.
With Fallen Order, the guys from Respawn led by Stig Asmussen have shown they can handle a heavy license like that of Star Wars by basing a brilliant narrative plot, which is part of one of the most fascinating periods of the saga, and a well-made gameplay that, without innovating anything, amalgamates the greatest playful achievements of the modern action genre. Thanks to a specific patch specific to PS5, next-gen players can choose between two graphics modes: Qualityin 4K and 30fps, and Performanceat 1440p and 60fps.
The Digital Deluxe edition currently on sale includes, in addition to the base game, also an aesthetic skin for BD-1 (the nice droid that supports Cal), an aesthetic skin for the Stinger Mantis (the spaceship with which the protagonists travel in the galaxy ), the digital Artbook and a behind-the-scenes “Director’s Cut” video with over 90 minutes of development content. Learn more about the game by reading our Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review.
Cyberpunk 2077 (24.99 euros)
That of Cyberpunk 2077 will be remembered, rightly, as one of the most disastrous launches in modern videogame history. Since that distant December 2020, in any case, the guys of CD Projekt RED have worked hard to remedy the initial errors and give their work the shape it has always deserved.
Today, Cyberpunk 2077 is a far better game, especially on PS5, where last February’s next-gen patch finally honored the splendor of Night City. If you own the new Sony home console and love great sci-fi stories, RPGs and first person shooters, then we advise you to give a second chance to CD Projekt RED’s blockbusterwho now deserves it all.
Cyberpunk 2077 puts you in the shoes of an urban outlaw with cybernetic enhancements, eager to climb the ranks of the organized crime that permeates and corrupts the entire megacity, from the streets of the most infamous neighborhoods to the top floors of megacorporations. You can expect ample freedom in managing character growth, an exciting main campaign full of memorable characters, and a city full of activities to do and stories to discover. It’s not the groundbreaking action RPG that CD Projekt RED has been promising for years (AI is its weakest point), but Cyberpunk 2077 deserves to be experienced by anyoneespecially at a discounted price.
Kena Bridge of Spirits (25.99 euros)
Let yourself be attracted by the sweet magnetism of Kena: Bridge of Spirits, an old-school action adventure with strong narrative elements that combines exploration and fast-paced combat. As Kena, a young girl Spirit Guide with a tender smile and eyes full of peaceyou are called to free the Forest from the corruption that is devouring it little by little, annihilating all forms of life.
Your path will intertwine with that of the gods Rot, shy sprites with a marked expressiveness whose task is to transform dead organisms to preserve the natural balance. At your command, these little creatures will learn new skills and find new ways to manipulate the environmenthelping you fight corrupt spirits and rebuild a once majestic world.
The strength of Kena: Bridge of Spirits lies in hers balance between gameplay and storytelling, framed by a graphic sector that gives so much joy to the eyes. On PlayStation 5, Ember Lab’s debut feature offers two graphics modes, one that focuses on quality with 4K resolution and 30fps framerate, and another that focuses on performance, with dynamic 4K (1800p on average) at 60fps. . Read the review of Kena: Bridge of Spirits to dispel any doubts about the quality of the production.
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