Darwin Project Brings The Mayhem To PS4 In January
Darwin Project is taking its battle royale hijinks to the PlayStation 4. Scavengers Studio has announced that the free-to-play PC and Xbox game will be making the leap to Sony's console in January, accompanied by a new class system and updated shop.
With the January update, combatants will have the ability to choose from one of three pieces of gear to determine a class specialization: Jet Wings, a Grappling Hook, or a Headhunter Drone, billed as a "robotic companion to track targets and do the player's bidding." Alexa, obliterate someone.
The item shop adds new cosmetics to the mix, as well as allowing for all items to be purchased from the dressing room. I mean, what's the point of trying on that new ski mask if you can't buy it right away?
Learn more about Darwin Project on its website.
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