Frontier Developments is about to launch Elite Dangerous PS4, over a year and a half after the debut on Microsoft’s Xbox One console. However, so far the British studio had been very tight-lipped about the specifics of this version. This changed yesterday evening when the developers held an official Elite Dangerous PS4 live stream.
In my first experience getting hands-on with Ubisoft’s lineup at E3 2017, I was given the opportunity to play two of their flagship titles, both out later this year, out of the majority of their lineup. Foregoing the opportunity to try out Skull & Bones or Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, I instead chose to spend my time with Assassin’s Creed: Origins and Far Cry 5.