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Blacklight: Retribution announced for PS4

Sony has announced yet another game for PS4, Zombie Studio's Blacklight: Retribution.

The free to play first person shooter has been available for PC for over a year, however it appears the developer has always had one eye on the PS4.

"One year and over two million players since its launch, Blacklight: Retribution has been available on PC, but from the start of development Zombie Studios has always wanted Blacklight: Retribution to be available on PlayStation. Today, we can officially say it is coming to PS4.

"Blacklight: Retribution is a fast-paced, free-to-play online, multiplayer game that takes place in the near future and allows players to customize their characters and weapons in countless ways. There are millions of permutations," says a post on the PlayStation Blog.

Apparently, players will be able to "enable Hyper Reality Visor (HRV) technology to see through the entire battlefield, find your enemies and coordinate attacks with your teammates." There will also be a weapon depot to refill on health or ammunition, or you'll be able to select a Hard Suit and deploy it from space.

The game will include 10 maps with nine game modes, including Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Domination, Netwar, Kill Confirmed, and Onslaught our co-op survival mode.

No release date has yet been revealed.

Edited On 26 Mar, 2013

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Johno Muller 4 years ago
So it's over a year already, and with like 6-9 months for the PS4... bit of a waste.
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0000000000 4 years ago
whats the point in that?
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troublemaker 4 years ago
Blacklight: Tango Down had a lot of potential, but the delayed PS3 release kind of killed it. I fear the same will be said for this. an almost 2 year delay? that's just daft
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Unknown_1 4 years ago
This is actually pretty good news. First of all, I've played the game on PC and it looks very nice with the graphical settings turned up to max. The gameplay is also very faced paced and exciting. But above all the best part in this is that there's going to be a free to play game right around the launch of PS4. There aren't that many F2P games on PS3 even after 6-7 years from its launch. This really shows that Sony's new console is open season for a variety of options that should benefit the consumers. I am very happy to see this and hope more devs jump in with unique ideas.
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sam 4 years ago
I hate it in games when paying money gets you better items etc. Needs to be balanced not just give some burke ridiculous things for money while others spend time earning it. Not a big fan of this game solely because of that. Most free to play games annoy me because of this.

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