There are some goodies in store for Playstation Plus subscribers coming in August. These users will receive access to Wipeout Omega Collection and Sniper Elite 4. Making for round trips in time, going from the racing tracks of the future to the theatres of WW2.
The Playstation Network is a digital media platform that was designed for the video game consoles from Sony. It has since expanded to other platforms like smartphone, tablets, TVs and Blu-ray players. It surpassed the 100 million subscriber mark in 2016.
Wipeout Omega Collection
Wipeout Omega Collection came out in mid-2017, and it now includes high definitions rework of Wipeout 2048, Wipeout HD, and Fury HD. An online multiplayer mode is available for eight players as well as two-player local racing. The game is also available on Playstation VR with a cost of $19.99.
Players don’t handle cars in this one; instead, they hover in some sort of anti-gravity vehicles. The big dogs in the racing world are represented by corporations that are referred to as teams. Energy shields are built as a feature to tax the player for colliding with an obstacle. When the shield runs out, the craft explodes. But these can be recharged at key points.
Sniper Elite 4
Sniper Elite 4 is a WW2 shooter that came out in early 2017. It revolves around Karl Fairburne, an elite sharpshooter, that is given orders to assist the Italian Resistance. The game has a single-player campaign, a four-player co-op mode, and an online multiplayer mode. This game will run you $59.99 on the Playstation Store.
The game is based on tactics and stealth. No blazing machine guns here. The character mainly handles a sniper rifle that activates a sort of anatomy mode that shows you the effects of your bullet on the enemy.
There are some pretty exciting features in the game. Most are built around a kill the player makes and exampled by how to AI reacts when you kill someone or how they disperse when you kill one of their officers.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.