PLAY March 2020

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PLAY is a new PlayStation magazine created by the team behind the Official PlayStation Magazine. The same editorial people, access, and passion for PlayStation as ever before, now under a new banner. If you love PlayStation – from PS1 to PS5 – then we’re the magazine for you. If you still enjoy your video game news, previews, reviews, and features curated once a month into a beautifully designed package made with care and flair, then PLAY Magazine is unmissable.

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“PS5 KICKS OFF SONY’S EXCITING NEXT GENERATION.” Open worlds have come a long way on PlayStation 4, and Ghost Of Tsushima (p48) is rounding out this generation on a high as it aims to be a culmination of everything modern gaming has become known for – a moving story and a vast, detailed world to approach any way you wish. Our 14-page feature takes a closer look. It’s something we expect to see more of as PlayStation 5 kicks off Sony’s exciting next generation at the end of this year, and we pose some questions about what to expect on p6. Can you wait? While this issue features exciting games coming to PS4 very soon, including Resident Evil 3 (p12), Doom Eternal (p32), and Granblue Fantasy: Relink (p42), it’s sad to hear some…

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this month’s ghostly samurai assassins

Oscar Taylor-Kent GAMES EDITOR After getting hands-on with Doom Eternal Oscar has been drawing sigils all over OPM Towers’ walls. There’ll be Hell to pay. GAME OF THE MONTH Atelier Dusk Trilogy BEST GHOST GAME Murdered: Soul Suspect Jess Kinghorn STAFF WRITER Looking back at your first games makes Jess feel sentimental for memory cards, the OG SSDs. GAME OF THE MONTH Tokyo Dark: Remembrance BEST GHOST GAME Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly Miriam McDonald OPERATIONS EDITOR A pirate-themed RPG? Any excuse for Mim to wear the ‘I’-patch, her fancy-dress grammar-busting production tool. GAME OF THE MONTH Pillars Of Eternity II BEST GHOST GAME Ghost Giant Milford Coppock MANAGING ART EDITOR We thought we had a new art ed, but the masked man turned out to be Milf getting into the ninja mood. Shuriken you believe it? GAME OF THE MONTH Zombie Army 4: Dead War BEST GHOST GAME Maximo: Ghosts To Glory…

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01 what does ps5 really mean for next gen?

“PS4 PRO WAS A BRILLIANT 4K STOP-GAP, BUT THIS WINTER PS5 WILL PROVIDE ONE HELL OF A LEAP FORWARD.” Thought 2020 was Year Of The Rat? Think again. The Chinese Zodiac is way off: this is the year of PlayStation 5. PS4 Pro was a brilliant 4K stop-gap, but when Sony’s new console launches this winter, get ready for one hell of a leap forward. There shouldn’t be any half measures this time out: PS5 will be the next-gen real deal. As we write this no doubt new PS5 details and rumours have circulated online – perhaps Sony has even shown us the hardware. But while the Ghost of OPM Past waits for PS5 to be revealed in the coming weeks, we can make some informed speculation in the here and now. We…

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02 it’s time to play the waiting game

“SEPTEMBER IS NOW A STELLAR MONTH FOR PS4.” As Nick Fury will tell you, putting together a team takes time – at least five movies and a few billion dollars. Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait a little longer for the videogame teamup. Developer Crystal Dynamics announced that Marvel’s Avengers has been delayed from its 15 May release to a new date of 4 September. The studio released a statement apologising for the delay and explaining the reasons behind it. The dev decided that if it were to deliver on its mission statement of “an original story-driven campaign, engaging co-op, and compelling content for years to come,” more time was needed. Crystal Dynamics explained that it intends the final game to be “the ultimate Avengers gaming experience,” and went on to say: “As…

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03 ps5’s godfall looks heavenly

Anything PlayStation 5 will send us into a fever, and leaked in-game footage of confirmed next-gen launch title Godfall certainly ticked the boxes. Though developer Counterplay Games later took to Twitter to reveal the footage is credible, it also offers some context. “IT LOOKS LIKE ENEMIES ARE ABLE TO ADAPT TO YOUR ATTACKS.” “We can confirm that the circulating trailer is year-old PC footage used as part of an internal presentation. We are energised by your excitement and look forward to showing you just how far this game has come. Stay tuned for a more detailed look soon!” So while what is shown is not running on a PlayStation 5 developer kit, and doesn’t appear to feature the bells and whistles expected, such as ray tracing, it gives us an idea how this anticipated…

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04 re3’s nemesis gets tooled up

“NEMESIS TANGLES WITH JILL USING HIS FAMED ROCKET LAUNCHER, WHICH SOMEHOW LOOKS LARGER IN THIS REMAKE.” “When considering Nemesis’ design and AI, we were impressed by what the RE2 team had done with Tyrant but we wanted to make sure that Nemesis was his own brand of fear. You’ll see that when you play the game,” producer Peter Fabiano tells. New footage reveals Nemesis tangling with Jill using his rocket launcher. He’ll use it at a distance, but as the shots on these pages reveal he’s happy to get up close too. These are attacks we survived in the original game but this time his arsenal doesn’t end there. New to this remade Resident Evil 3 is Nemesis’ flamethrower. As well as giving us a more detailed look at Nemesis, the recent reveal…