Spelunky 2 Announced for PlayStation 4

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Here are the top announcements and reveals from Sony's PlayStation Paris Games Week Press Conference, including new footage for a number of high profile PlayStation exclusives and announcements for console exclusive third party content. And so, along with Eirik Suhrke (Spelunky's musician), we began working on Spelunky 2 and have been at it for a couple of years now.

Although the live stream is now finished, there's going to be plenty more coming from the developers in question. Though we do at least have one big detail: you play as the child of the protagonist of Spelunky 1. Okay, back to the big titles. It's pretty grim and features a bunch of new characters. Also, there is a new splendid trailer for the upcoming game.

There was still no announcement regarding the release date for The Last of Us Part II, but our bets are on a late-2018/early-2019 release for this highly anticipated sequel. Apparently players will play as a robot in the game that can make choices. Sony announced that the game will launch on February 6, 2018. It allows players to control massive titans and become a god. The big game that was announced was "Ghost of Tsushima", developed by Sucker Punch. The official description describes how "the story deepens as more randomly-generated adventures beckon" but there's not much more beyond that.

Given what I wanted to do with the sequel, I knew the only way it could possibly get made is with my friends at BlitWorks. The game was announced for PlayStation 4 launching on next year. There's now no word whether it'll also land on other platforms.

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The PlayStation VR headset is getting Megalith, described as a "hero shooter". You take control of a "titan", a huge creature that has vast size and firepower. But if you're looking for a hint of gameplay. well. keep waiting. As an expanded version of The Heist, an early selection of PSVR action sequences, Blood & Truth offers a larger experience and proper narrative.

The trailer also revealed the release date for the first downloadable content for the game.

If you didn't have a chance to watch the presentation live, you can still get in on the fun.

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