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Cyberpunk Shooter The Ascent Now On PlayStation

Neon Giant and Curve Games today announced that the critically acclaimed cyberpunk action shooter, The Ascent, is now available to download and play on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Cross-platform play is not currently supported between PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, but support will be added at a later date.

Building on an already impressive array of features, The Ascent’s release on PlayStation 5 brings with it an exciting number of editions including Haptic Feedback and the use of the DualShock inbuilt speaker.

Cyberpunk Shooter The Ascent Now On PlayStation


Accompanying the PlayStation improvements is all previous content available in The Ascent on other platforms that includes Photo Mode, Transmogrification, New Game+, and a free DLC pack that brings with it an arsenal of new weapons, skins, and cosmetics.

“We’ve been blown away by the reception and success of The Ascent since July. There’s also been a lot of love from our community, acknowledging we’re a small team committed to continuing to improve the game as much as we can with more content – and we’re so grateful for that support! We’re always thinking about what makes the most sense to be developing next, and I’m super happy that we have been able to bring the game to even more people on the PlayStation platforms! Playstation 5 has particularly sweet features with the haptic feedback of the new DualSense controller, so we’re really excited for PlayStation players to get stuck in!”Arcade Berg, Co-founder and Creative Director

“We’re really excited to be able to now share the world of Veles with PlayStation players and grow our amazing community. It’s been over half a year since the original release of The Ascent, and all Playstation versions of the game will be getting all the quality of life improvements we’ve made in The Ascent since then. We can’t wait to see what PlayStation players think of The Ascent!”Tor Frick, Creative Director & Co-Founder

The Ascent is now available to purchase on the PlayStation Store for £24.99 / $29.99 / €29.99. The game supports cross-buy, so buying on one platform allows you to own it on both.

Source: Press Release
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