Retro Games on PS Plus Seem to Come With Modern Features – IGN Daily Fix

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On today’s IGN The Fix: Games,

PlayStation One games coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 through the new PlayStation Plus tiers which will include options for a CRT filter, gameplay rewind, and more new features.

V Rising has grown in popularity hitting 50,000 players within a few hours of being released, and within 24 hours, peaking at more than 150,000 players. Now V Rising has sold over 500,000 copies overall with developer Stunlock committed to V Rising for the long haul with more content on the way.

Pocketpair Games, developers behind the Pokemon-like survival game Palworld, have released more gameplay footage for their upcoming game with a windows release of 2022.

Narz has it all on today’s Daily Fix!

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