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Rumor: Beyond: Two Souls Director's Cut Coming to PS4

Posted on Tuesday, July 8 @ 11:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Beyond: Two Souls
, Quantic Dream's story-heavy action/adventure game for PlayStation 3 is headed to Sony's latest console—that is, if a couple of retailer listings are anything to go by.

German retailers Alcom and World of Games both have listings for a PS4 version of Beyond: Two Souls set for release later this year. Here's a screengrab of Alcom's listing, in the all-too likely event that it gets pulled.



This is hardly confirmation that a PlayStation 4 version of last year's polarizing PS3-exclusive is getting a next-gen coat of polish, but considering we've already seen similar treatment with titles like The Last of Us and Tomb Raider, it would hardly come as a surprise.

Say what you want about the sometimes wonky gameplay and cheesy story, but can you imagine how pretty this game would look running on PS4 in native 1080p at 60fps?
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