Terminator: Resistance developers have two news. The good news is that the updated PS5 shooter will be out on April 30th. The bad news is that not all gamers will have access to it.
Initially, the company planned to release a free nextgen patch for PS4 owners along with the PS5 version. But at the last moment, something went wrong, and now the update may be delayed.
Since the Enhanced version was developed after the PS4 version was released, we were recently informed that Sony needs to do some additional work in order to ensure a smooth upgrade from PS4 to PS5.
Sony has not announced a completion date for these additional works at this time. As a result, there is a strong possibility that the PS4 to PS5 update will not be available at the Terminator: Resistance Enhanced launch on April 30, but will be released after a while.
Here are some of the improvements planned for the Enhanced version of the shooter:
- A completely revamped base game that includes the patches released for the PC. This includes the mode released in November, where you will have to fight the Resistance, playing as the T-800
- Technical upgrade – upscaled 4K, 60 fps, better textures, models, lighting, post-processing and so on
- Support for “Events” with which you can track your progress
- Support for adaptive triggers. In addition, the LED on DualSense changes color depending on the health of the character.
- Downloads are on average four times faster than last generation
Terminator: Resistance was released on November 15 last year on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.