inFamous: Second Son to fire up PS4 on March 21


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  • Friday, 07 Mar 2014

If you haven’t got a PlayStation 4 yet now you definitely have a reason to because the Sony-exclusive inFamous Second Son is headed to the console on March 21.

inFamous: Second Son is an open-world action game that puts you in the shoes of super-powered individuals known as Conduits. It takes place seven years after the events of Infamous 2 game which was a big hit on the PS3.

Like the previous games in the series, players can choose to be good or evil, and your choices will ultimately impact the game’s story and the powers you develop.

Players who pre-order the game will get four originally-designed vests for Delsin, the main character of Second Son.

Initial orders will also come with two sets of downloadable content — Cole’s Legacy, an additional scenario that uncovers the story between inFamous 2 and Second Son, and another in-game costume, Legendary vest.

But if you are fan of the series then you wouldn’t want to miss the Collector’s Edition which comes with limited premiums including beanie hat, pin badges, woven patch, and vinyl stickers.

Those who don’t have a PS4 yet can get the inFamous Second Son PS4 bundle pack which will also include the game with the various DLC.

The standard edition of the game goes for RM169 for the physical copy or RM150 for the digital version. The Collector’s Edition will retail for RM219 and the PS4 bundle pack for RM1,939.
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