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2nd February 2021
Control Ultimate Edition Launches Digitally on Next-Gen Consoles & PlayStation Plus

Today's the day! Control Ultimate Edition is now out digitally on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S! Starting today, the game is also available through the PlayStation Plus service for PS4 and PS5 owners. 

Even though we don't have a next-generation console in the house yet, I've been personally excited about this date because it allows a new wave of players to join the community, share their thoughts, their artwork, and what they think is coming next. So, if you just picked up the game today, welcome!

Our PS4 Review. If you would like to learn more about the title, we wrote a review when the game originally launched in August 2019, but some important things have changed since then. The first is that Remedy released an Assist Mode for Control in August 2020, which allows players to tweak the gameplay difficulty and accessibility and it is a real game-changer. I loved the game when it launched, but the intense difficulty level was something that I was concerned about initially. That concern has since been addressed and eased in updates. You can read our original review, HERE

What You Get In The Control Ultimate Edition. The Control Ultimate Edition is the most extensive version of Control released. It contains Expeditions (a free game mode that rewards players for completing challenges), as well as both story DLC packs (The Foundation and AWE). Alongside the additional levels, there's also been a number of upgrades to how the game looks...

New Upgrades For The New Release. With the game coming to next-generation consoles, the game has undergone some changes to take advantage of the new technology. Ahead of the launch, Remedy's Communications Director, Thomas Puha, wrote an article for the PlayStation Blog talking about a whole bunch of upgrades including load times, Ray Tracing, the DualSense controller, and the PS5's Game Help. Read the full piece, HERE

If you need to see some of that goodness in action, then you're in luck! Remedy also supplied Digital Foundry with an early press preview of the PS5 edition. You can check out their review below:


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