U.S. PlayStation Store Update for August 16th: Driver: San Francisco multiplayer demo and Medal Of Honor FrontlineWritten by: / / No Comments
This week’s U.S. PlayStation Store update is a little thin on the ground compared to what we’ve seen previously. Even the traditional plethora of game add-ons is strangely absent. Despite the modest length of this week’s list, there’s still a couple of new additions to the Store worth mentioning.
Let’s begin with everyone’s favourite category – freebies! This week everyone on the PlayStation Network can download August’s episode of Qore without needing to have a cent in their account. The show usually costs $3 and is definitely worth picking up if you’ve got around 1.3 GB of bandwidth to spare and enjoy learning more about the PlayStation universe.
Another freebie worth checking out is the Driver: San Francisco multiplayer demo. It’s a 1.37 GB download and gives you the chance to partake in two Tag races and two Trailblazer routes online. The game is a bit of an unknown quantity at this stage but I must admit I’m impressed that Ubisoft has served up both a singleplayer and multiplayer demo on PSN weeks before the title releases in the U.S on September 6th.
The only downloadable game on this week’s list is Medal of Honor Frontline ($14.99). This HD re-mastered version of the 2002 console hit probably feels a bit dated alongside modern shooters, but should be enjoyable for fans of World War II games looking to experience a bit of nostalgia.
Be sure to check out the full list of this week’s PS Store additions on the PlayStation Blog.