PS4 VR Game Blood and Truth Just Got Several PS5 Enhancements

Alessio Palumbo
Blood and Truth

PlayStation 4 VR game Blood and Truth, originally released on May 28th, 2019, has been confirmed to be already equipped with a plethora of PlayStation 5 enhancements ahead of Sony's next-generation console launch scheduled in three days from now (in select countries, while others will have to wait for November 19th).

The news came directly from developer SIE London Studio, who shared the following info on Twitter.

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Planning to play #BloodAndTruth on #PS5?

Our latest update means you already have the new enhancements for next gen to make the experience EVEN BETTER!

  • Higher resolution
  • Higher framerate (up to 90 fps)
  • Highest detail assets used at all times
  • Improved texture details …this is across the whole game, as well as all our FREE DLC!

Blood and Truth received an average score of 80/100 according to Metacritic. You can now get it for $17.50 via Amazon.

Star in your own explosive action movie blockbuster with this PS VR exclusive shooter.

Battle through the crime-ridden London underworld as elite soldier Ryan Marks in your deadliest mission yet… to save your family from a ruthless criminal empire.

Take out your targets with breathless, over-the-top epic gun play as you drive, parachute and rappel across the city amid exciting set pieces.

Key Features:
• Experience the thrill of becoming a big screen action hero by wielding two PlayStation Move motion controllers – or a DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller.
• Live every moment of the drama with a unique soundtrack of classic movie orchestral scoring and London grime – composed by leading artists.
• Wreak havoc through an unpredictable story packed with twists, turns and shocking revelations.

For our full review of the PlayStation 5 console, check out Kai's recent article.

The PlayStation 5 is the console that feels like a true step into next-generation with the combination of the SSD, audio and controller trinity. Much like the Xbox Series X, the software support at launch is lacking but there is still enough there to differentiate from last gen’s PlayStation 4.

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