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Battlefield Portal rewrites the rules on PLAY’s cover

Battlefield 2042 jumps the portal to make an appearance on the PLAY cover this month with a Battlefield Portal mode themed feature. This will allow players to rewrite the rules and it will be one of the most creative shooter games in years to come. Beyond that, we’ve added a lot of great additions to the PS5’s unique features, from using DualSense in upcoming games to games available for purchase now. If you have it, I know you want to show it off. This edition is available in supermarkets, news outlets and digitally, so don’t miss out on this massive edition. Read on as it contains more bootable information…

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Battlefield Portal in Battlefield 2042

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Like many of you, I played sniper fairly. You gave me wonderful memories and lost more to me as long nights mingled with each other. But there aren’t many that captivated me like Battlefield Portal. This new mode for Battlefield 2042 allows players to create their own game modes using The Builder, a powerful visual scripting tool. We talk with Justin Wiebe of Ripple Effect about developing a mod that connects the different eras of Battlefield and embraces the creativity of the community.

PS5: The Ultimate Power User’s Guide

Play #5 Supplement

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To celebrate the PS5’s one-year anniversary, we’re going to cover 54 games in this massive add-on (time is terrifying). Here, we take a look at how upcoming games like Deathloop, Horizon Forbidden West, FIFA 22, and more will utilize PS5 features, and we’ve rounded up some of your favorite games to buy now to showcase the power of the console. There are also tips on how to make the most of information such as betas, 3D audio, and how to upgrade storage (eg NVMe).

Moss: Book II

Moss: Book II

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While we wait for PSVR 2 news, we’re excited for the cheeky sequel to our favorite mouse-up using original hardware. Yes, PSVR is worth investigating if such a game is coming to the system (and most likely will continue to work on PSVR 2 in the future). We’ll talk to Polyarch to give you the first details about Quill’s new adventure. It’s definitely a bang.

far cry 6

far cry 6

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As the latest Far Cry approaches us, we chatted with Navid Khavari, Eduardo Vaisman, and David Grivel about creating an immersive setting that no other game in the series can do. From PS5 features like 3D audio, to the real-life inspiration behind the setting and culture, to the creation of engaging characters, it offers details.

story of wake up

story of wake up

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They can’t seem to stop us from interviewing this month. This is a really big deal for fans of developer access (including us). We talk to producer Yusuke Tomizawa and director Hirokazu Kagawa about their ambitions for Tales of Arise. As the first game on the JRPG Juggernaut for over five years, the team has carefully rethought elements of the long-running series and brought it to life with engine changes. This in-depth analysis combined with real-world experience is our final look at the game ahead of its release.

RetroStation: stuff

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The headline for this month’s 12-page RetroStation section is Making Of The Thing. PS2 Classic felt surprisingly advanced when AI NPCs were aware of their infection status and teamed up without knowing they were infected. We can’t help but wonder how advanced the modern version has been, but we continue to admire how great it was for its time. Elsewhere in RetroStation, we dive into the various Digimon universes, drop copies of Crash Bandicoot and revisit Battlefield Hardline. Retroheads shouldn’t miss it.

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Battlefield Portal rewrites the rules on PLAY’s cover

Battlefield 2042 jumps through a portal to land on PLAY’s cover this month, with a feature all about its Battlefield Portal mode. Allowing players to rewrite the rules, it’s set to be one of the most creative shooters in years. On top of that, we have a honking big supplement dedicated to PS5’s unique features – from how upcoming games will use DualSense, to games you can buy now that really showcase things like the SSD and visuals. If you have one, you know you want to show off. The issue is available in supermarkets, newsagents, and digitally, so don’t miss this massive one. Packed with loads more to boot, read on for a taste…
Get a controller charging dock with PLAY Magazine’s exclusive subscription offer!
Battlefield 2042’s Battlefield Portal

(Image credit: Future)
Like a lot of you, I’ve played my fair share of shooters. They’ve given me some great memories, as well as lost me many more as hours of late nights blur into one another. But not much out there has excited me as much as Battlefield Portal. This new mode in Battlefield 2042 allows players to make their own game modes using The Builder, a powerful, visual-based scripting tool. We speak with Ripple Effect’s Justin Wiebe about making the mode that mashes together different eras of Battlefield, embracing the community’s creativity.
PS5: The ultimate power-user guide

(Image credit: Future)
We cover 54 games in this big supplement celebrating PS5 as it nears its first anniversary (time is very scary). Inside, we go over how upcoming games like Deathloop, Horizon Forbidden West, FIFA 22, and loads more will use PS5 features, as well as collect together our favourite games you can buy right now to showcase the power of the console. Plus, we’ve got tips on how to get the most out of it too, from things like betas, 3D audio, and how to upgrade your storage (yes, even NVMe).
Moss: Book II

(Image credit: Future)
While we await PSVR 2 news, this cheeky sequel to our favourite mouse ‘em up keeps us delighted with the original hardware. Yes, it’s still worth getting involved with PSVR when games like this are coming to the system (and will most likely work with PSVR 2 in the future too). We speak with Polyarc to bring you the first details on Quill’s new adventure. It’s sure to be a blast.
Far Cry 6

(Image credit: Future)
As the latest Far Cry looms down over us, we chat with Navid Khavari, Eduardo Vaisman, and David Grivel about building a setting that’s immersive in a way that no other game in the series has managed. From PS5 features like 3D audio, the real-world inspirations behind the environment and culture, and creating a compelling cast of characters, we bring you the details.
Tales Of Arise

(Image credit: Future)
You just can’t stop us doing interviews this month, it seems. This really is a great issue for fans of dev access (which includes us). We speak with producer Yusuke Tomizawa and director Hirokazu Kagawa about their ambitions for Tales Of Arise. The first game in the JRPG juggernaut in over five years, the team have carefully rethought elements of the long-standing series while also breathing fresh life into it with an engine change. Combined with hands-on impressions, this deep dive is our final look at the game before release.
RetroStation: The Thing

(Image credit: Future)
Headlining the 12-page strong RetroStation section this month is our Making Of The Thing. The PS2 classic felt amazingly advanced for the time, where you’d team up with AI NPCs without knowing if they’re infected, alongside them being wary of your own infection status. We can’t help but wonder how advanced a modern day version could be, but continue to admire how great it was for the time. Elsewhere in RetroStation, we dig into the eclectic Digimon World, blow off our copies of Crash Bandicoot, and even revisit Battlefield Hardline. Retroheads shouldn’t miss it.
Subscribe and save

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If you can’t get to the shops then order your copy of PLAY Magazine online, or subscribe to save money, get a free gift, and receive collectible covers.
For more unrivalled developer access to the hottest PS4, PS5, and PSVR games, why not subscribe to PLAY Magazine? You’ll save on the cover price and have your copy delivered to your door (or device) each month, complete with exclusive subscriber covers. It’s a big saving for a tome that covers PlayStation past, present, and future every month, so consider helping us keep the train going.
You can subscribe to the print edition, digital version, or save even more with the print/digital bundle – whatever you choose, you can rest easy in the knowledge you’re getting the full story before anyone else.

#Battlefield #Portal #rewrites #rules #PLAYs #cover

Battlefield Portal rewrites the rules on PLAY’s cover

Battlefield 2042 jumps through a portal to land on PLAY’s cover this month, with a feature all about its Battlefield Portal mode. Allowing players to rewrite the rules, it’s set to be one of the most creative shooters in years. On top of that, we have a honking big supplement dedicated to PS5’s unique features – from how upcoming games will use DualSense, to games you can buy now that really showcase things like the SSD and visuals. If you have one, you know you want to show off. The issue is available in supermarkets, newsagents, and digitally, so don’t miss this massive one. Packed with loads more to boot, read on for a taste…
Get a controller charging dock with PLAY Magazine’s exclusive subscription offer!
Battlefield 2042’s Battlefield Portal

(Image credit: Future)
Like a lot of you, I’ve played my fair share of shooters. They’ve given me some great memories, as well as lost me many more as hours of late nights blur into one another. But not much out there has excited me as much as Battlefield Portal. This new mode in Battlefield 2042 allows players to make their own game modes using The Builder, a powerful, visual-based scripting tool. We speak with Ripple Effect’s Justin Wiebe about making the mode that mashes together different eras of Battlefield, embracing the community’s creativity.
PS5: The ultimate power-user guide

(Image credit: Future)
We cover 54 games in this big supplement celebrating PS5 as it nears its first anniversary (time is very scary). Inside, we go over how upcoming games like Deathloop, Horizon Forbidden West, FIFA 22, and loads more will use PS5 features, as well as collect together our favourite games you can buy right now to showcase the power of the console. Plus, we’ve got tips on how to get the most out of it too, from things like betas, 3D audio, and how to upgrade your storage (yes, even NVMe).
Moss: Book II

(Image credit: Future)
While we await PSVR 2 news, this cheeky sequel to our favourite mouse ‘em up keeps us delighted with the original hardware. Yes, it’s still worth getting involved with PSVR when games like this are coming to the system (and will most likely work with PSVR 2 in the future too). We speak with Polyarc to bring you the first details on Quill’s new adventure. It’s sure to be a blast.
Far Cry 6

(Image credit: Future)
As the latest Far Cry looms down over us, we chat with Navid Khavari, Eduardo Vaisman, and David Grivel about building a setting that’s immersive in a way that no other game in the series has managed. From PS5 features like 3D audio, the real-world inspirations behind the environment and culture, and creating a compelling cast of characters, we bring you the details.
Tales Of Arise

(Image credit: Future)
You just can’t stop us doing interviews this month, it seems. This really is a great issue for fans of dev access (which includes us). We speak with producer Yusuke Tomizawa and director Hirokazu Kagawa about their ambitions for Tales Of Arise. The first game in the JRPG juggernaut in over five years, the team have carefully rethought elements of the long-standing series while also breathing fresh life into it with an engine change. Combined with hands-on impressions, this deep dive is our final look at the game before release.
RetroStation: The Thing

(Image credit: Future)
Headlining the 12-page strong RetroStation section this month is our Making Of The Thing. The PS2 classic felt amazingly advanced for the time, where you’d team up with AI NPCs without knowing if they’re infected, alongside them being wary of your own infection status. We can’t help but wonder how advanced a modern day version could be, but continue to admire how great it was for the time. Elsewhere in RetroStation, we dig into the eclectic Digimon World, blow off our copies of Crash Bandicoot, and even revisit Battlefield Hardline. Retroheads shouldn’t miss it.
Subscribe and save

(Image credit: Future)
If you can’t get to the shops then order your copy of PLAY Magazine online, or subscribe to save money, get a free gift, and receive collectible covers.
For more unrivalled developer access to the hottest PS4, PS5, and PSVR games, why not subscribe to PLAY Magazine? You’ll save on the cover price and have your copy delivered to your door (or device) each month, complete with exclusive subscriber covers. It’s a big saving for a tome that covers PlayStation past, present, and future every month, so consider helping us keep the train going.
You can subscribe to the print edition, digital version, or save even more with the print/digital bundle – whatever you choose, you can rest easy in the knowledge you’re getting the full story before anyone else.

#Battlefield #Portal #rewrites #rules #PLAYs #cover


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