Two exclusive betas have been made available to PlayStation Plus subscribers this week, including Dark Souls II on the PS3 and Destiny of Spirits on the PS Vita. Both betas are time sensitive, with the Destiny of Spirits beta available only for a few days.
Sony has announced that a beta trial for Destiny of Spirits will be available later this month, exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers. The beta will last for 7 days, between October 24th and October 31st, with a focus on getting feedback on the overall game experience.
Beta footage of upcoming FPS title Killzone: Mercenary has leaked out, recorded directly from the PS Vita in nice 720p HD quality. The closed beta started earlier in August, but a public beta is expected to start in late August. The 22-minute long video shows just how impressive the game look.
If you signed up for the closed beta for Killzone: Mercenary, check your inboxes as invite codes are being sent out with instructions on how to get access. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones to get an invite, don’t worry. Guerrilla Games has confirmed that a Open public beta will start in late August, giving everyone a chance to play the multiplayer component of the game.
Sony has opened up registration for the closed multiplayer beta for Killzone: Mercenary on the PS Vita. Candidates have until 10:00pm BST on 17th July to sign up for gamers’ first look at Mercenary’s impressive multiplayer package, and can do so here. If you are selected for the beta, you’ll get an email giving you further instructions on how to access the game.
Remember t@g? The PS Vita app that lets you virtually tag places with graffiti using the console’s camera, GPS and augmented reality? Sony is currently sending out ‘early access’ vouchers to download the game, ahead of it’s release. The game was originally scheduled to be released in the Summer, but was delayed without any word from Sony.
The PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Beta recently opened up to PlayStation Plus subscribers, and this week it's now available to everyone with a PSN account. We had the opportunity to record some direct stream footage of the game in action, showing just how fast paced the action in the game is.
PlayStation Vita owners will be able to download the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale beta from tomorrow, Sony has announced. The beta will support Cross-Play, so PS3 and PS Vita owners will be able to fight with and against each other. The PS3 beta begins this week for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Sony is starting to send out beta codes for the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royal public beta in Europe. We’ve just received out code to download the beta client, which is cross-play compatible, allowing lucky participants to try out the game on both the PS Vita and PS3.
SuperBot and SCEE will be opening up PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale to the public in September, but for a limited time only. The beta test will be across both the PS3 and PS Vita between September 11th and September 18th 2012. The beta is opt-in, so you will need to sign-up for a chance to get access before the game is released.