IGN The PS4 version of Nervouse System Function will include new features and features, including a new skill tree, new enemy types, new weapon types, and the ability to play as two different characters at once.
There will also be two versions of the game.
The first will be a standard PS4 release that is available on July 17, and a special PS4 Pro edition that will be available on August 1.
Ubisoft has yet to confirm if the game will also support VR, but the company said in a statement that it “has been working closely with Sony and its development teams to deliver an experience that delivers on the promise of PlayStation VR.”
The PS4 is one of the more popular consoles out there, but there are other platforms that also support it.
In 2017, Nintendo announced that it was working on a VR-ready version of the Wii U title Splatoon, which was later cancelled.
This summer, Sony announced the PS4 VR headset, which has a limited capacity for VR play, and it will come out in 2020.
In addition to the PSVR headset, Ubisoft is also developing a VR title for the PlayStation 4 called Nervo, which is due out in 2018.