The free-to-play collectible card game HEX:Card Clash is now available on the PlayStation 4 in North America with plans to release it on the console in Europe soon. This update brings full cross-platform play with it, allowing PS4 and PC players to challenge each other.
In addition, the update also brings with it UI upgrades, an enhanced tutorial system, and more. The game is completely free-to-play and starts new players out with more than 200 cards to get them started. It also offers them a choice of five different deck themes.
More information on the PlayStation 4 update can be found on the HEX site.
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