‘Beyond: Two Souls’ Leaked Trophy Data Suggests Upcoming PS4 Version

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Beyond Two Souls to PS4

Buzz surrounding an inevitable Beyond: Two Souls port to the PS4 is heating up again this week. There has been talk of the recreation of the PS3 title from developer Quantic Dream for months now, but a new PlayStation 4 trophy list for the title leaking online has added fuel to the fire that fans might have a chance to meet even more realistic looking digital versions of Hollywood stars Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe who play the game’s protagonists.

It seems as if Sony is beginning to build quite a library of PS3 games and remastering and slightly reworking them in order to re-release them to their newer home console. The first of these titles was The Last of Us: Remastered. That release was the same version of the original PS3 title, though it did collect the original story and the DLC and put it together in one edition with enhanced visuals.

It seemed likely The Last of Us may have been more of a test case than a standalone port at the time. The leaked PS4 trophy list for Beyond: Two Souls appears to be confirmation of that. Much like TLOU’s remastered version, early indications are there won’t be a lot of new content made available for this next generation version of Quantic’s latest. In fact, the trophy list looks identical to the original one featured in the PS3 version.

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Should these rumors be true and if we are about to see a remastered version of  Beyond: Two Souls, there could be a few new little features added. Just a few days ago, another report indicated that the PS4 version could basically be a “director’s cut” with a number of scenes that were deleted from the PS3 release.

It should be noted all this speculation could be for naught. While the rumors have been flowing since the middle of the summer, there has never been any official confirmation of Beyond: Two Souls for PS4. In July, two retailers listed a remastered version of the game, but were quick to pull the listings down once gaming news sites caught wind. Sony has been fielding questions about the official existence of the title since that slip-up but has steadfastly refused to confirm as per usual.

With the release of the trophy list, as well as the retail game listings and one developer claiming he’s working on the control layout for the next generation port, it’s all but confirmed that the game will be officially announced for PS4 sometime in the near future. Sony’s continued silence doesn’t seem to be tamping down enthusiasm for a game that featured stunning graphics on the previous generation’s console.

It seems likely that should a port of Beyond: Two Souls eventually launch it would carry an early 2015 date, rather than be available later this year.

Sources: Eurogamer, Exophase

TAGS: Beyond Two Souls, PS3, PS4, Quantic Dream, Sony, The Last of Us

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  1. Sony says they won’t remaster s*** anymore,announces Beyond Two Souls,it’s just a matter of time until Uncharted Trilogy is announced.Hell,there is no reason to buy either of the new consoles.

    • Uncharted 4, Bloodborne, The Order: 1886 on the PS4? Hell, even i found Infamous: First Light to be pretty awesome(a DLC that feels like a full AAA title) Also Rise of the Tomb Raider for the XboxOne. Still reason to buy or are you one of those PC Master Race guys who just wants to discredit consoles?

  2. Beyond Two Souls would benefit greatly from improved textures and 60fps on the PS4 like The Last of Us: Remastered although gameplay and story is still a letdown. Most gamers migrating from Xbox360 and Nintendo Wii will surely pick this up.

  3. i really hope they release uncharted and god of war collections for ps4. my uncharted 1 is not working anymore (dont know why cause i never touch the disc) so it would be great to have them on ps4. i dont know how multiplater would work for uncharted though

    god of war is my favorite franchise so seeing them with an update on ps4 would just be perfect.

    • I’d say you might get your wish around the time A Thief’s End releases. Not too sure about God of War, though, because the first two are PS2 games.

  4. Why?! it was a boring, stupid piece of crap game that distracted you from David Cage’s b******* with Graphics, it doesn’t need remastering goddammit!!

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