Terminator attracts a new four-hour story -apkrig

First person action Terminator: Resistance is a very controversial game. Some people curse at her, while others like her very much. Average scores on Metacritic are around 50 percent, but for example on Steam it has a very positive rating from players. The title is currently held by 92 percent of users. That is a solid contradiction. Now we have learned that the game from the authors of the infamous Rambo: The Video Game from the Polish studio Teyon will see a new story extension with the subtitle Annihilation Line.

According to the authors, we will fight enemies that have not yet appeared in the game, such as the T-600 and HK Centurion.

The DLC for PC and PS5 versions will be released on December 10, and the developers promise a separate 4-hour campaign in which we will travel to new areas of post-apocalyptic California. Jacob Rivers and Kyle Reese are here to fight side by side. We are also said to come across other characters that are exclusive to this expansion. The story is situated in the middle of the original campaign and our task will be to find out why another base suddenly fell silent. It’s supposed to be a mission for which nothing could have prepared the heroes.

According to the team, in a vital mission, players have to deal a hard blow to the machines. According to the authors, we will fight enemies that have not yet appeared in the game, such as the T-600 and HK Centurion. Fortunately, we will also have new weapons at our disposal.

The extension is intended to take full advantage of the performance and capabilities of the PC and PS5. The PC version, for example, boasts support for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution technology. The PS5 takes advantage of the DualSense driver for a change. The authors also take this opportunity to point out that those who own Terminator: Resistance for PS4, both physically and digitally, can upgrade to the PS5 version free of charge. Unfortunately, it is not entirely clear why DLC will not be available on other platforms, but the reason is probably the limited performance of the PS4 / Xbox One and the native Xbox Series version does not exist.

In any case, it’s nice to see that Teyon is still working on the game. Already last November, the free Infiltrator mode was added to the title, which allowed players to play for the T-800. An improved version for PS5 was released in April this year. The game sells for 20 euros on Steam, 1049 crowns (PS4) and 1189 crowns (Resistance Enhanced) on PS Store, and I’m quite seriously thinking that I would return to this rest at Christmas, for example. Would you recommend it to me if you have experience with the game?

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