Perfect World Games Brings New Battle Royale To The PS4
North American PlayStation 4 owners have yet another battle royale to choose from. Created by developer Dark Horse Studio in conjunction with Perfect World, Don't Even Think takes place in a near-future that's basically gone to hell due to natural disasters, economy issues, and governments generally being unable to keep their shit together.
There are also apparently werewolves.
As with most battle royales, the goal is simple. Players must survive the match. Only it seems this game rewards those who work together, as it will be pitting humans against werewolves. If the humans manage to make it to the rescue copter at dawn, they win. If the werewolves take them all down and stop them from escaping, they win.
The game originally released in China and has now made its way to North America on the PS4. There's no official news as of yet as to whether or not it will be released in other regions. But, the developer has stated that the NA release is a "first step". So, it seems likely we'll be seeing it elsewhere soon enough.
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