If you missed these narrative-driven gems on PlayStation 3, you'll soon get another chance to play them on PlayStation 4.

And of course, you'll have the opportunity to play the enhanced versions. As announced over at the PlayStation Blog , two Quantic Dream productions have been detailed and dated.

The first is Beyond: Two Souls , which will launch next week on November 24 as a digital-only product on the PlayStation Store. For only $30, you get "enhanced 1080p" visuals that boast motion blur, bloom, and depth of field effects, along with improved lighting and shadows. The port also uses the DualShock 4's speaker to "improve immersion when playing as the Entity." Here are a few other features to look forward to:

— Decisions are highlighted at the end of each scene and compared with those made by other players.

— Once you have completed Beyond: Two Souls, you will be able to replay the game in chronological order–a much requested feature in the PlayStation 3 version.

— Increased difficulty in certain fight scene, combined with improved controls for action sequences.

— Includes the "Enhanced Experiments" DLC.

Then comes the PS4 version of Heavy Rain , which will release on March 1, 2016, also as a digital-only title. This one will be playable at Sony's PlayStation Experience in San Francisco in December, and don't forget it qualifies as one of the PS3's very best games.

The good news is that if you purchase Beyond , you'll get Heavy Rain at a discount when it comes out (we don't have a price point for the latter just yet). Looking toward the future, Quantic Dream's new PlayStation 4 exclusive, Detroit , was just unveiled at the end of October.

Related Game(s): Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls

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tlpn99
tlpn99
5 years ago

We can also now confirm that The Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls Collection, announced in June this year, will be available to buy at retail from 2nd March 2016 (or 4th March in the UK).

Temjin001
Temjin001
5 years ago

Pfffft retail

pavlovic
pavlovic
5 years ago

Tipn, retail only in EU territories

TrueAssassin86x
TrueAssassin86x
5 years ago

@Temjin001 Prffft digital.

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
5 years ago

For all us gaming collectors….
Prffft digital a lot more than just twice!

slugga_status
slugga_status
5 years ago

Meh. Zero desire to revisit a game I've beat 12 times already.

duomaxwell007
duomaxwell007
5 years ago

Should i bother getting Beyond two souls on PS4 if i already have it on PS3 but havent played it yet?

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
5 years ago

HMMMM, just my own thought here….

I guess that these remakes are all well & good at little expense to the developers & especially the publishers, but at the same time I've also got to think that they're taking mucho valuable time & effort away from bringing forward their next big games too.

And to me, that's a humongous trade-off in wasted time, especially for all the old-time geezer-gamers who are already well into our 60's & above(like myself at 62).


Last edited by BikerSaint on 11/20/2015 12:42:33 AM

Kevin555
Kevin555
5 years ago

Yes because this dud of a game definitely needed a PS4 version.

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
2 years ago

For all us gaming collectors….
Prffft digital a lot more than just twice!

Kevin555
Kevin555
2 years ago

Yes because this dud of a game definitely needed a PS4 version.

pavlovic
pavlovic
2 years ago

Tipn, retail only in EU territories

duomaxwell007
duomaxwell007
2 years ago

Should i bother getting Beyond two souls on PS4 if i already have it on PS3 but havent played it yet?

slugga_status
slugga_status
2 years ago

Meh. Zero desire to revisit a game I&#39ve beat 12 times already.

tlpn99
tlpn99
2 years ago

We can also now confirm that The Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls Collection, announced in June this year, will be available to buy at retail from 2nd March 2016 (or 4th March in the UK).

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
2 years ago

HMMMM, just my own thought here….

I guess that these remakes are all well & good at little expense to the developers & especially the publishers, but at the same time I&#39ve also got to think that they&#39re taking mucho valuable time & effort away from bringing forward their next big games too.

And to me, that&#39s a humongous trade-off in wasted time, especially for all the old-time geezer-gamers who are already well into our 60&#39s & above(like myself at 62).

Last edited by BikerSaint on 11/20/2015 12:42:33 AM

Temjin001
Temjin001
2 years ago

Pfffft retail

TrueAssassin86x
TrueAssassin86x
2 years ago

@Temjin001 Prffft digital.

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