You might as well throw away your Xbox One because "Beyond: Two Souls" and "Heavy Rain" is coming to the PlayStation 4.
As reported by IGN, Quantic Dream Studio Chief Executive Officer Guillaume de Fondaumiere confirmed that the "Beyond: Two Souls" is coming to the console next week.
Fondaumiere said that it will be available on the PlayStation Store this coming Tuesday and will cost $29.99. What's more? He said that it would come complete with graphical improvements and new -fan-requested features.
Apart from the 1080p graphics enhancement and lighting and shadows improvement, "Beyond: Two Souls" will also utilize the use of the DualShock 4 speaker to improve immersion when playing as Entity.
Moreover, Euro Gamer reported that the player's narrative choices will now be highlighted at the end of each scene and will be compared with other players.
In addition to that, PlayStation 4 users will also be able to replay the story in chronological order after completing the main campaign. Also included in the newly ported game is the "Enhanced Experiments" DLC.
In a related report by Neo Seeker, "Heavy Rain" will follow the release of "Beyond: Two Souls" in March of 2016. And if you purchased "Beyond" when it launches, Quantic Dream will give you a discount when "Heavy Rain" gets released on the PlayStation Store on March of next year.
The news comes also in the midst of Xbox One's announcement last week that it would port a lot of Xbox 360's games. For years now, many gamers are clamoring to port previous generation games into the new consoles.
Which led to concerns if the new titles for current consoles are not good enough, for players to warrant porting of old titles.
Although, to be fair with both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, it's just out for more than a year and what can be described as in its "early years."
However, many new games are actually quite interesting like the newly released "Fallout 4," which is available in both the Xbox and the PlayStation.
In addition to that, "Destiny" just released a major DLC this year called the "Taken King" which aimed to correct some of the criticisms that the original game received.
And sure, PlayStation 4 games like "Watch Dogs" can be a bit underwhelming, but objectively, new generation games are just as good, if not better, than previous console titles.
Be that as it may, it's still nice to receive news that hit PlayStation 3 classics like "Beyond: Two Souls" and "Heavy Rain" is coming to the PlayStation 4.