We already knew that the PlayStation 4 would be getting updated versions of two of the PS3's most visually striking games when Sony confirmed Journey and The Unfinished Swan were headed for Sony's new console. However, according to comments left by...
When The Unfinished Swan and Journey are ported to PS4, players who own the games on PS3 will not have to pay again to experience the new versions -- Cross-Buy support is confirmed! Someone in the PlayStation Blog comments also asked "Will it be 500 [frames per second]?" and that, hilariously, got an actual response from Sony Santa Monica. Show More Summary
High-end ports to boast 1080p visuals. Thatgamecompany's Journey and Giant Sparrow's The Unfinished Swan have both been confirmed for PS4 in a joint announcement on Tuesday.Click here to read the full article
Late last month, a Sony landing page for Gamescom 2014 indicated that games such as Journey and The Unfinished Swan were destined to arrive on PS4. Sony confirmed as much today, noting that both games will arrive later this year for the...
Journey's coming to the PS4, along with cult PS3 fave The Unfinished Swan. A line in the YouTube video's description mentions cross-buy: "Get more for your money with Cross-Buy - purchase this game for PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4 and get the other version at no extra cost." We've reached out to Sony to confirm. Read more...
Journey and The Unfinished Swan, two games that emerged from under the umbrella of Sony's Santa Monica studio, are both headed to PlayStation 4, it has been confirmed. The news is hardly a surprise - both games were listed towards the end of July by Sony, presumably in error - but the official announcement brings a few more details. Show More Summary
After months of whispers, rumors and leaks, Journey and The Unfinished Swan are officially confirmed for PlayStation 4, thatgamecompany and Giant Sparrow revealed today. The enhanced versions are being handled by developers Tricky Pixels and Armature Studio, respectively. Journey and The Unfinished Swan Coming to PS4 [PlayStation Blog]
It’s always fun to see what a new game console can do. Seeing as PlayStation 4 isn’t even a year old yet, a few studios based in Santa Monica wanted to bring their award-winning games to the PS4. Read below for the details on two very special announcements from two great studios that are part of the PlayStation family.
PlayStation 3 favourites Journey and The Unfinished Swan are headed to PlayStation 4, according to a now-removed list of titles due to be shown at Gamescom. The list appeared on Sony's official Gamescom.4theplayers.de site, where it was noticed by NeoGAF. Show More Summary
Some of the biggest games that helped shape the end of the PlayStation 3's life-cycle are now scheduled to arrive for Sony's PlayStation 4, bigger, better and brighter than ever. Well, it hasn't officially been confirmed just yet, but it has been made known thanks to a few slips here and there.Click To Continue Reading
Unfinished Swan and Until Dawn also hit Sony's latest. Journey will be playable on PS4 at Gamescom in August, if a promotional site for PS4 is accurate.Click here to read the full article
The Unfinished Swan -- an excellent downloadable PS3 game from Sony-affiliated studio Giant Sparrow -- appears to be en route to both PS4 and PS Vita.
PS3 exclusive reportedly headed to handheld and current-gen. The Unfinished Swan will release for PS4 and PS Vita, according to a listing on the Korean Game Rating Board website.Click here to read the full article
This month, the Korean Game Rating Board issued classifications for PlayStation 4 and Vita versions of The Unfinished Swan, foreshadowing a potential cross-platform release. Giant Sparrow's first-person puzzler initially released in October 2012 for the PS3. Show More Summary
Korea's Game Rating Board has issued content ratings for unannounced PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions of The Unfinished Swan according to a Gematsu report, suggesting that the 2012 first-person puzzler is due for a cross-platform....
The Unfinished Swan -- the cerebral and thoughtful PS3-exclusive -- is coming to PS4 and Vita, if game ratings leaked in Korea are any indication.
The Last of Us' lead artist, Nathan Wells, has departed Naughty Dog to join Giant Sparrow, the developer behind The Unfinished Swan. Wells made the announcement on Twitter, where he noted that he "joined the wild, wacky, and ultimately...Show More Summary
Nate Wells, who previously worked on The Last of Us, joined indie studio Giant Sparrow earlier this month.
Uncharted directors Amy Hennig and Justin Richmond have left Naughty Dog this year, and now The Last of Us art director Nate Wells also leaves. Wells confirmed on Twitter that he is moving to Unfinished Swan developer Giant Sparrow on April 3. Show More Summary
Nate Wells takes position at Unfinished Swan dev. The Last of Us lead artist Nate Wells has departed Naughty Dog to join The Unfinished Swan developer Giant Sparrow.Click here to read the full article