Report: Beyond: Two Souls coming to PlayStation 4

Beyond: Two Souls could soon see a transition over to PlayStation 4.

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When it came out last year after a long development cycle, Quantic Dream's Beyond: Two Souls met with modest success. It appears Sony will give gamers a chance to grab it again on PlayStation 4.

IGN spotted a listing for a PS4 version of Beyond across two German game retail sites, Alcom and World of Games. The listings have since gone away, but not before the images were saved. A NeoGAF user named "dragonbane" has also posted some pictures from an online portfolio of a programmer using controller inputs for Beyond on a Dual Shock 4 controller. Concept art and comments from said programmer also indicate that the game will see a port, but Sony hasn't confirmed anything just yet.

Although Beyond: Two Souls wasn't quite a best-seller, it garnered enough attention with its original release (especially behind the star power of Page and actor Willem Dafoe) that it could make for a better game on the PS4. We'll keep you informed if anything is announced.

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    July 9, 2014 9:51 AM

    Robert Workman posted a new article, Report: Beyond: Two Souls coming to PlayStation 4.

    Beyond: Two Souls could soon see a transition over to PlayStation 4.

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      July 9, 2014 11:11 AM

      damnit, and i just played through this a few weeks ago on PS3, thinking it would never come to PS4.

      I didnt think it sold enough to warrent a PS4 port..

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      July 9, 2014 12:06 PM

      So let me get this straight. PS4 will be the dumping ground of all PS3 exclusives then?
      When will PS4 carve its own personality and develop its own exclusive games?
      Why bother playing and or selling PS3? These things still run for $300 (yeah I know if you bargain hunt you can find it for a hope and an prayer).
      Anyone care to illuminate the situation? I read somewhere that because over 50% of PS4 owners has never played PS3 exclusives this was the epiphany SONY needed to green light all these remakes and ports.

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        July 9, 2014 12:35 PM

        Well the ps3 can be had for 200$ (the 12Gb version)

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          July 9, 2014 8:45 PM

          Or with a really large hard drive and a year of playstation plus for $250

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        July 9, 2014 1:08 PM

        Might be more to encourage current PS3 owners to adopt a PS4 if they see a favorite title they still play on PS3.

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        July 9, 2014 8:50 PM

        So let me get this straight. Multiplatform games are no big deal but multigeneration exclusives warrant a freakout?

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      July 10, 2014 4:16 AM

      I'm glad to see this. I picked this up on sale back in December, but I already had my PS4 hooked up to my 60". I didn't play it much because my PS3 is on a tiny screen now w/o surround speakers. Same deal with the Last of Us.