A new patch for Resistance: Burning Skies has been released by developers Nihilistic, updating the game to version v1.02. The patch is 19MB in size and adds a number of improvements and fixes to the game. The latest patch can be downloaded from the LiveArea of the game.
A new trailer for Resistance: Burning Skies on the PS Vita has been released titled “Memorial”. The trailer is dedicated to gamers who have “fallen” in the game’s online multiplayer battles. In addition, Sony has announced that the Resistance avatars included in the pre-order voucher will be available on June 26th.
With Resistance: Burning Skies scheduled to be out in a week’s time, new screenshots have been released to show off how polished the game looks on the PlayStation Vita. There isn’t a visible HUD in the screens so it’s unclear if the screens are actual gameplay or cut-scenes.
The fifth title in the Resistance franchise, Resistance: Burning Skies, will be available on the PlayStation Vita at the end of May across Europe. With just a few days to do until release, Frank Simon, Senior Managing Producer at Sony Computer America, has revealed that the game will make use of the PS Vita’s Near application.
Despite the game’s official release date being May 29th 2012 in North America and May 30th 2012 in Europe, we’ve spotted a PS Vita owner playing Resistance: Burning Skies, using the Near application. The user, roughly half a mile away from where I work in Camden Town, was spotted playing the game on May 4th 2012 – almost a whole month before the game’s official release date.
We’re now less than a month away from the May 29th release of Resistance: Burning Skies. The game went gold last week and will soon be shipping to stores. To celebrate, part of the Trophy list for the game has been revealed by the developers. In addition to the trophies listed below, there are also 5 more, which have been omitted to avoid spoilers.
Details for the multiplayer mode in Resistance: Burning Skies have finally been revealed by Nihilistic Software. The game comes out on May 29th 2012, and in addition to its all-new single player campaign, Burning Skies features an online (via Wi-Fi) multiplayer in which you and up to seven of your friends can compete over PlayStation Network.
If you are looking for a solid first-person shooter with competitive online gameplay on the PlayStation Vita, Resistance: Burning Skies is the game for you. Although not much about the game and its online capabilities has been revealed, an update to the game’s official webpage indicates Burning Skies will feature 8-man competitive multiplayer, staged across 6 maps and 3 game modes.