PS5, PS4 Launch Trailer for PS Plus Game Deep Rock



build muscle

wow warcraft alliance horde cataclysm leveling guide


Subscribe to Push Square on YouTube

The critically acclaimed co-op spelunker Deep Rock Galactic is coming to the PlayStation 5 and PS4 next week, and if you’re a PS Plus subscriber, you’ll get it as part of your subscription. The four-player mining title mixes Minecraft-style resource gathering with Borderlands-esque combat for a unique blend of excavation and combat.

The launch trailer embedded above includes an original shanty and a bunch of gameplay footage, showing off the destructible, procedurally generated environments you’ll be digging through. It does look like good fun, and while we’ll endeavour to bring you a full review in the New Year, we have it on good authority that this is well worth trying.

View Original Article Source Here

Free Play Days – Far Cry 6, The Serpent Rogue,
A 10-Year Wait: The Excitement of the Superbike World Championship
New hunter The Penitent arrives in Hunt: Showdown
The Action Adventure Game Blind Fate: Edo no Yami is
Marvel’s Avengers Next Hero Will Be The Winter Soldier Sometime
Battlefield Publisher EA Eyes Opportunity if Call of Duty Leaves
Helldivers 2 Gameplay Leaks Before Sony Rapidly Pulls It Down
Devoted Diablo Players to Be Selected for Diablo 4 Closed
Splatoon 3 joins this week’s eShop roundup
No Man’s Sky Lifts Off October 7
Episode 302
London Pokémon Center Pop-Up Store Reservations Are Now Open
Here’s how to get Spider-Man tokens and what they do
Every Spider-Man circuit puzzle solution
All Spider-Man spectrograph solutions
How to get every secret Spider-Man suit
CYBERPUNK 2077 Walkthrough Gameplay Part 1
RAMBO THE VIDEO GAME Gameplay Trailer
MotoGP™ 18 The Official Videogame
A WAY OUT Walkthrough Gameplay Part 1
PLAYSTATION SHOWCASE 2021
First Look at Bayonetta 3 Gameplay – Nintendo Switch
Little Nightmares II
Top 10 Best Live Action Video Game Trailers
Temtem Review
Xbox testing new game library badges
Diablo Immortal bug costing players “millions” of XP
River City Ransom Director Mitsuhiro Yoshida Has Died