PlayStation Store, Call of Duty: Vanguard and Knockout City

PlayStation Store, Call of Duty: Vanguard and Knockout City

PlayStation Store, Call of Duty

This week's PlayStation Store update sees the debut of Call of Duty: Vanguard, the latest installment in Activision's shooter series. Set towards the end of World War II, the game tells the story of one of the first special teams ever, tasked with finding out about the mysterious Phoenix Project.

The title developed by Sledgehammer Games is in good company, however: Knockout City, Electronic Arts' fun arcade sportsman, also lands on PS5 with a technically enhanced next-gen version free for PlayStation Plus subscribers, while First Class Trouble and Just Dance 2022 are also coming.

Call of Duty: Vanguard

Call of Duty: Vanguard, some of the game's protagonists After the excellent Call of Duty: WWII (review here), Sledgehammer Games returns to grapple with World War II in Call of Duty: Vanguard (PS5, € 79.99; PS4, € 69.99), focusing in this case on the story of one of the first special teams ever, made up of chosen soldiers from very different countries and backgrounds, who have transformed them into extraordinary fighters.

The team is in fact made up of the English sergeant Arthur Kingsley, brave and charismatic; the lethal Russian sniper Polina Petrova; by the swashbuckling but capable American driver Wade Jackson; and finally by the Australian Lucas Riggs, expert in explosives and bad manners. Together they must infiltrate behind enemy lines and uncover the truth about Project Phoenix.

In our review of Call of Duty: Vanguard, we wrote about how the game's single player campaign turned out to be fairly solid on the narrative front and with a well-tested gunplay, but too short to give the right space to four different characters, each with unique abilities that can make a difference in battle.

Fortunately, the package also includes a fun traditional Zombie mode and a competitive multiplayer that is always spectacular and rich in content, with twelve Operators, a large number of customizable weapons and different stipulations that are unlikely to disappoint fans for long. Call of Duty date.

Knockout City

Knockout City, a match sequence The next-gen version of Knockout City debuts this week on PlayStation Store (PS5, € 19.99) , which as you know is available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers in November 2021. On the strength of the success of the PlayStation 4, the arcade sportsman of Velan Studios finds on the new Sony console a renewed technical sector, able to offer us a frame rate up to 120 fps for the maximum possible reactivity and precision.

L 'system obviously does not change, involving ourselves in frenetic dodgebrawl matches in which we will have the task of knocking out the components of the opposing team by hitting them with the ball, while we run inside large arenas. Our shots will have to catch the opponents off guard so as not to give them the opportunity to fight back, and that is why we will have feints, stunts and special maneuvers to make the most of. We talked about it in the Knockout City review.

First Class Trouble

First Class Trouble, a Personoid reveals his intentions by attacking a human Developed by Invisible Walls, First Class Trouble (PS5 and PS4 , € 19.99) takes a lot of inspiration from the blockbuster Among Us (here the review) to immerse ourselves in a competitive experience with similar traits. We are in fact aboard a first-class space ship, the Alithea, in a sort of interstellar cruise that is interrupted by a not just unexpected event: the artificial intelligence on board has gone crazy and wants to kill us.

At the command of one of the human travelers we will have to understand who we can trust and collaborate to stay alive, while trying to identify who among us is actually a hostile android. If instead we have to take on the role of a Personoid, as good impostors we will have to pretend to work for the common good but in reality wait for the right opportunity to inflict a hard blow on the people aboard the Alithea. More details in the trial of First Class Trouble.

Just Dance 2022

Just Dance 2022, the characters dance on the screen inviting us to imitate them Last episode of the famous Ubisoft casual musical series, Just Dance 2022 (PS5 and PS4, € 59.99) proposes the classic formula that has won over 138 million players worldwide over the years, enriched in this case by a tracklist that includes more than forty songs by artists such as Imagine Dragons, Katy Perry, Beyoncé, Ciara and Justin Timberlake.

In addition to the traditional content of Just Dance, we will also find the Sweat mode, designed to make us exercise while having fun and keeping track of the calories burned, and the cooperative mode, from tackle together with friends for up to six participants. Are you ready to dance?

The Promotion of the Week

F1 2021, the cars fight each other in a phase of the race The Promotion of the Week features F1 2021, the new edition of driving game by Codemasters under official FIA license: it is possible to buy it in the double version PS5 and PS4 at the price of € 41.99 instead of 69.99, thus saving 40%! Watch out, though: the offer will end on November 11th.

This is an excellent opportunity to make the game yours, a real point of reference for Formula One fans, who will find a model of very solid driving and able to give back a lot of satisfaction, a structure rich in contents and modalities, but above all a scalable and customizable experience according to your needs, as written in the F1 2021 review.

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