During today’s PlayStation 5 Showcase, Sony gave viewers a glimpse into what Fourteen days will look like you’re walking on the console. So the Battle Royale game will be a launch title for the PS5 Fourteen days Fans planning to upgrade their system will be happy to know that it won’t affect their ability to play the game! The trailer that aired during the PS5 showcase was pretty short and didn’t reveal anything particularly new from the game. However, those who want to take a look Fourteen daysPerformance on PS5 can see the trailer in the tweet below or in the video at the top of this page.
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The video that aired during today’s event shows Fourteen days runs on Unreal Engine 4. Epic Games confirmed earlier this year that the game will also be available on Xbox Series X and PS5 at launch. Given Fourteen daysGiven its massive popularity, it only makes sense to get it ready in time for the launch of the two next-generation consoles. Naturally, Fourteen days is a free game, so those who haven’t tried it might be interested in snagging it on launch day to play something special!
This year has been a particularly strong year for Fourteen days. The game has seen a number of major updates over the past few months, including the debut of Chapter 2, Season 4 in August. The final season of the game focuses on the Marvel Universe, adding skins based on some of the company’s most popular characters, including Iron Man, Thor, and Groot. Fourteen days has seen a number of significant crossovers in pop culture, but the latest with Marvel goes a bit further as the plot includes a continuous comic written by Thor writer Donny Cates.
Fourteen days is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. The game will also be released on PS5 and Xbox Series X later this year. You can view all of our previous coverage of the game here.
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