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Elden Ring rises onto PLAY Magazine’s cover

We’ve passed E3 and the Future Games Show, which means we now have a better idea than ever of what to expect from the game. Elden Ring took 2nd place in last issue’s Hot 50. Fittingly, this new issue leads the way as we scoured to find out why it’s at the top of the most wanted list. We’re also getting to grips with Tales Of Arise, talking to the developers at Riders Republic about how it looks like a PS5 “tech demo,” and we’ll be uploading more. Read on to find out more…

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GAME 4: Elden Ring Feature

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When Elden Ring was sung under the working title “Great Rune”, it was on everyone’s lips even before the trailer. Now the bottle was well and truly corked, and we dove into the tonic in our 10-page article. We explore everything we know about the game and its open world, The Lands Between, created by George RR Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki. Something FromSoftware fans know immediately, and something completely new, there’s a good reason for the buzz.

Rainbow Six Mining

GAME 4: Rainbow Six Extraction

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Despite the delay in 2022, Rainbow Six Extraction still has our attention. Taking the Operators we loved in Siege and transplanting them into a fully cooperative online game is a decision that works better than you might think. Tasking your team to decide how far to push your luck is like Crystal Maze Jungle Run with aliens. We’re also learning about Tales Of Arise and talking to the developers at Riders Republic to push the boundaries of the PS5 versions, which they describe as a “tech demo”.

Independent Mixed List

GAME 4: India

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When annual standalone functionality just isn’t enough. The Indies were the undisputed stars of this year’s list of summer gaming events, and we’ve rounded up 14 of the best games on PlayStation. Among this eclectic list, you’re sure to find a favourite, whether it’s the first megahit Hades, something more deadly like the adorable Button City or the Hitchcock Conway-esque spy thriller.

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GAME 4: Scarlet Nexus

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Bandai Namco leads the reviews section of this issue with the new Scarlet Nexus in the works. It may come from the team that created Code Vein, but it’s not Soulslike, instead mixing fast-paced character action combat with RPG action mechanics. Between that and our Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance review, there are a few unexpected entries into the new warfare saga on PS5.

Elite VR Sniper

GAME 4: Sniper Elite VR

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Our review continues with Sniper Elite VR and continues our commitment to covering PSVR as PSVR2 continues to appear on the horizon. It’s perhaps one of the most impressive we’ve seen to date, perfectly capturing the sniper experience. Why? Read to find out! We also present the verdict on the PS5 updates for F1 2021, Doom Eternal and Metro Exodus, and more.

Die Hard Trilogy Making

GAME 4: Die Hard Trilogy

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Without dusting off the classics, this problem of PLAY would not exist. PS1’s Die Hard Trilogy commands attention as we explore how this three-in-one package came to be, examine the gameplay, and chat with the developers who made it possible. Also includes: Beyond Good & Evil, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Zone Of The Enders and one of the best fighting games ever made: Sonic The Fighters (ok, not really, but we played/played).

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Elden Ring rises onto PLAY Magazine’s cover

We’re past the likes of E3 and Future Games Show, meaning we now have a better idea of what lies ahead for gaming than ever. Earning #2 in last issue’s Hot 50 was Elden Ring. Quite rightly, it leads this new issue, as we investigate to find out just why it’s topping all those most wanted lists. Plus, we go hands-on with Tales Of Arise, talk to the Riders Republic devs about how it feels like a PS5 “tech demo”, and loads more. Read on to find out more…
Order 5 issues for £5 in PLAY Magazine’s exclusive subscription offer!
Elden Ring

(Image credit: Future)
Elden Ring has been on everyone’s lips even before the teaser trailer, when it was rumoured under the working title “Great Rune”. Now, the bottle has been well and truly uncorked, and we’ve dived into the tonic in our 10-page feature. We explore everything we know about the game and its open world, The Lands Between – as created by George RR Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki. At once familiar to fans of FromSoftware, and something new entirely, there’s good reason for the buzz.
Rainbow Six Extraction

(Image credit: Future)
Despite a delay into 2022, Rainbow Six Extraction still has our attention. Taking the operators that we love in Siege, and transplanting them into a purely co-op online game is a move that works better than you’d think. Tasking your team to decide how far to push your luck, it’s like the Crystal Maze of Jungle Run with aliens. We also go hands-on with Tales Of Arise, and talk with the Riders Republic devs about pushing the limits with their PS5 version, which they describe as being like a “tech demo”.
The Indie Mixtape

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When an annual indie feature isn’t enough. Indies were arguably the stars of this year’s slate of summer gaming events, and we’ve collected together 14 of the best heading to PlayStation. Among this eclectic list, you’re sure to find a favourite, whether it’s leading megahit Hades, or something more off-kilter like the cute Button City, or the Hitchcock-esque spying thriller Conway.
Scarlet Nexus

(Image credit: Future)
Bandai Namco leads the reviews section in this issue, with new franchise-in-the-making Scarlet Nexus. It might be from the team that made Code Vein, but this is no Soulslike, instead mixing character action fast-paced combat with action RPG mechanics. Between this and our review of Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, there are some unexpected forays into new combat epics on PS5.
Sniper Elite VR

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Our reviews continue with Sniper Elite VR, continuing our dedication to cover PSVR as PSVR2 continues to loom on the horizon. This might be one of the most impressive we’ve seen to date, perfectly capturing the sniper experience. Why? Read to find out! We also lay down the verdict on F1 2021, the PS5 updates for Doom Eternal and Metro Exodus, and loads more.
The Making Of Die Hard Trilogy

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It wouldn’t be an issue of PLAY without us dusting off the classics. PS1’s Die Hard Trilogy takes the spotlight, as we explore just how this three-in-one package came about, digging into the gameplay and speaking with the developers that made it happen. Also covered: Beyond Good & Evil, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Zone Of The Enders, and one of the best fighting games ever made: Sonic The Fighters (okay, it’s not really, but we /did/ play 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. 

#Elden #Ring #rises #PLAY #Magazines #cover

Elden Ring rises onto PLAY Magazine’s cover

We’re past the likes of E3 and Future Games Show, meaning we now have a better idea of what lies ahead for gaming than ever. Earning #2 in last issue’s Hot 50 was Elden Ring. Quite rightly, it leads this new issue, as we investigate to find out just why it’s topping all those most wanted lists. Plus, we go hands-on with Tales Of Arise, talk to the Riders Republic devs about how it feels like a PS5 “tech demo”, and loads more. Read on to find out more…
Order 5 issues for £5 in PLAY Magazine’s exclusive subscription offer!
Elden Ring

(Image credit: Future)
Elden Ring has been on everyone’s lips even before the teaser trailer, when it was rumoured under the working title “Great Rune”. Now, the bottle has been well and truly uncorked, and we’ve dived into the tonic in our 10-page feature. We explore everything we know about the game and its open world, The Lands Between – as created by George RR Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki. At once familiar to fans of FromSoftware, and something new entirely, there’s good reason for the buzz.
Rainbow Six Extraction

(Image credit: Future)
Despite a delay into 2022, Rainbow Six Extraction still has our attention. Taking the operators that we love in Siege, and transplanting them into a purely co-op online game is a move that works better than you’d think. Tasking your team to decide how far to push your luck, it’s like the Crystal Maze of Jungle Run with aliens. We also go hands-on with Tales Of Arise, and talk with the Riders Republic devs about pushing the limits with their PS5 version, which they describe as being like a “tech demo”.
The Indie Mixtape

(Image credit: Future)
When an annual indie feature isn’t enough. Indies were arguably the stars of this year’s slate of summer gaming events, and we’ve collected together 14 of the best heading to PlayStation. Among this eclectic list, you’re sure to find a favourite, whether it’s leading megahit Hades, or something more off-kilter like the cute Button City, or the Hitchcock-esque spying thriller Conway.
Scarlet Nexus

(Image credit: Future)
Bandai Namco leads the reviews section in this issue, with new franchise-in-the-making Scarlet Nexus. It might be from the team that made Code Vein, but this is no Soulslike, instead mixing character action fast-paced combat with action RPG mechanics. Between this and our review of Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, there are some unexpected forays into new combat epics on PS5.
Sniper Elite VR

(Image credit: Future)
Our reviews continue with Sniper Elite VR, continuing our dedication to cover PSVR as PSVR2 continues to loom on the horizon. This might be one of the most impressive we’ve seen to date, perfectly capturing the sniper experience. Why? Read to find out! We also lay down the verdict on F1 2021, the PS5 updates for Doom Eternal and Metro Exodus, and loads more.
The Making Of Die Hard Trilogy

(Image credit: Future)
It wouldn’t be an issue of PLAY without us dusting off the classics. PS1’s Die Hard Trilogy takes the spotlight, as we explore just how this three-in-one package came about, digging into the gameplay and speaking with the developers that made it happen. Also covered: Beyond Good & Evil, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Zone Of The Enders, and one of the best fighting games ever made: Sonic The Fighters (okay, it’s not really, but we /did/ play 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. 

#Elden #Ring #rises #PLAY #Magazines #cover


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