3 big new PlayStation Store releases you need to check out this week

Doom VFR, Black Mirror, Star Ocean: The Last Hope and more

This week on PlayStation Store, battle hordes of demons across Mars and into the depths of hell itself in Bethesda‘s brutal, pulse-pounding Doom VFR.

Elsewhere, Lovecraftian adventure Black Mirror gets a slick PS4 reboot and fan favourite action RPG Star Ocean: The Last Hope makes its way to PS4 complete with a shiny HD remaster.

1. Doom VFR


Obliterate demon hordes in VR with Bethesda’s adrenaline-pumping horror shooter, Doom. Put your PlayStation VR headset on, become the iconic Doom marine and fight like hell with a wealth of advanced weaponry and some beautifully brutal melee attacks.

  • Why you should play it: Experience the explosive action of the critically-acclaimed shooter as if you were there!
  • Available: 01/12

2. Black Mirror


Rediscover cult gothic-horror adventure series The Black Mirror with this eerie reboot. Black Mirror is a completely new story with brand new gameplay, but retains the stylish madness and unsettling atmosphere of the original 2003 point-and-click adventure.

  • Why you should play it: You’ll be unnerved exploring a seemingly-haunted estate while trying to investigate – and solve – its mysteries.
  • Available: 28/11

3. Star Ocean: The Last Hope


Dive back into Star Ocean’s sci-fi JRPG action with the fourth instalment of the series, The Last Hope, remastered in full HD for PS4 and with 4K support on PS4 Pro.

  • Why you should play it: Take on an epic journey across the universe in the very first game of the Star Ocean timeline.
  • Available: 28/11

PlayStation StoreOut this week









27th November

  • Sonic Forces

28th November

  • Extra Pack Set (Not in India)
  • Skyforge
  • Seasonal Pack – December
  • Titanfall 2
  • Harvest Time Weapon Warpaint Bundle

30th November

  • TEKKEN 7
  • DLC 2 Geese Howard Pack

1st December

  • Call of Duty: WWII
  • Call of Duty Endowment Bravery Pack (UK Only)

Remember, if you’ve not got access to your PS4, PS3 or PS Vita then you can also buy through our online store on your mobile, tablet or computer.

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2 weeks in a row without new Vita content :(

It was on life support until now, but with the switch out and garnering all the attention, I guess Sony has definitely decided to ignore its existence. Sadness for a very nice machine :(


Sony may have done so but there are still devs creating games for Vita. Be patient and clear your backlog in the meantime :)


The problem is you haven’t been able to easily buy a new Vita in about 3 years (maybe more). I wanted one at launch but there were no games, then when there were finally a few games I wanted there were no Vitas. You can kind of get PSTVs but those aren’t really the same and don’t work with all the games.

They should just add Vita compatibility to the PS4 if they’re aren’t going to bother selling Vitas anymore. It already has almost the same controls and 70 million more users to sell games to would make it more attractive to developers (and kind of 2 more PS+ games every month for PS4 for “free” would make people happy).

Why is Rez Infinite there? Am I missing something?

Flat – or non-VR – version.

Must be a store categorisation thing as the version that’s currently available works with or without VR

PiccoroDaimaoh 28 November, 2017 @ 14:24

It’s a relaunch bundle with some extra themes and avatars.

when you read black mirror is coming to ps4 but it’s not the one you were hoping for..


Lol I was thinking the exact same thing

Has figherfigters game and Rez already been out on psn ages ago ?


Will definitely pick up star ocean if the price is right.


I don’t think they’d make the price 1.99 at launch..


Turns out it’s 18.89 which is more than fair imo, even if it’s a straight up port.

Game has tons of content.

MiseryPrincess 27 November, 2017 @ 23:09

Problem is, as someone who has sampled that content, is that it’s mostly running around bland locations, boring combat and listening to generic characters talk about generic things (basically just a poor version of TTEOT other than the graphics).

Sooooo, 1.99 is pretty much fair, or maybe 5.99 if they’ve added the option to skip the boring bits and watch a cat play a xylophone instead. Though i’m not sure how well a game that was just a cat playing a xylophone and random boss intros would sell.

Does anyone know if Star Ocean will release in physical version?

Did some investigation and it’s digital only, great…well you guys can keep it, very stupid decision, would it hurt if you made a couple of limited copys?

Off topic, I just found Prey for 179 kroner on PS4 Store today! A secret sale?

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