Babylon’s Fall is Getting a PlayStation Demo

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Square Enix announced this week that PlayStation players will be getting a Babylon’s Fall demo later this month.

The demo launching on February 25 will drop players into the opening of the game and can play single player or with up to four player co-op. Progress and achievements will transfer to the full game when it launches on PlayStation consoles and PC on March 3.

“Developed in partnership with renowned action specialists, PlatinumGames Inc., the demo provides multiple hours of story content and limitless multi-player to give players a significant head-start for strengthening their Sentinel,” a press release said. “The early stages of the game will introduce players to the immense power a Sentinel wields on the battlefield, but also the burden and unwanted responsibility they carry for saving the city that surrounds the Tower. It quickly becomes apparent that only through a Sentinel’s efforts and sacrifices will the secrets and treasures of the Tower be unveiled.”

Players who pre-order the digital deluxe version of the game will have access to the full game on Feb. 28.

Square Enix also announced that all players will have access to the Premium Battle Pass for free during Season 1 and will receive regular content updates and game modes.




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