Published On: Sat, Jan 13th, 2018

Betas And Updates Star In This Week's PlayStation News

PlayStation already has a solid lineup of exclusive titles in the works, like Concrete Genie and Dreams, but this week’s news isn’t about those imaginative titles. This week is all about the updates to games we already know and love, and open betas.

This weekend has two of this month’s PlayStation 4 betas, Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dissdia Final Fantasy NT. Monster Hunter World‘s final beta will come later this month with new content. Updates are coming to Destiny 2 and Fortnite: Battle Royale, and we’ve gotten a sneak peek at the DLC coming to Assassin’s Creed Origins and Monster Hunter World. PlayStation Now also added 16 new titles this week, and January’s free PlayStation Plus titles are available now.

Forthcoming Releases

How PS4 Exclusive Concrete Genie Will Make You Care About Its Strange Creatures

New Monster Hunter World Video Showcases Gorgeous Coral Highlands Area

Dark Souls Remastered On Xbox One, PS4, And PC Announced

Dragon Ball FighterZ’s PC: Specs, Requirements, And Release Date Detailed

PS4 And Xbox One Remaster Of Assassin’s Creed Rogue Coming In March

Final Fantasy 15 Royal Edition Leaks Through Ratings Board Listing

Updates/DLC

Destiny 2 To Add Masterwork Armor, Rework Mods, And More In Future Updates

Destiny 2 Servers Going Offline Next Week, Here’s When And For How Long

Fortnite: Battle Royale Revamps Its Map With New Areas And Improvements Next Week

Assassin’s Creed Origins Adds Free Update And Premium DLC This Month

Here’s What Monster Hunter World’s First Free DLC Adds

Betas

PS4 Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Beta Begins Today, Doesn’t Require PS Plus

Dragon Ball FighterZ Beta Begins This Weekend

The Final Monster Hunter World Beta Announced With New Content, But It’s PS4-Only Again

PlayStation Network

PS4’s Free PS Plus Games For January 2018 Are Downloadable Now

PlayStation Now Adds 16 Games, See Them All Here

PS4 Game Sale: PSN Deals From Now Until Jan. 16

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Betas And Updates Star In This Week's PlayStation News