According to two German video game retailers, the PlayStation 3 game Beyond: Two Souls could be making its way to the PS4.
Outed by World of Games and Alcom, the 2013 title starring Ellen Page and Williem Dafoe is slated for a September release this year. If true, the PS4 re-release of Beyond: Two Souls would likely follow the footsteps of The Last of Us: Remastered with updated graphics set to 1080p at 60 frames per second. However, developer Quantic Dreams and publisher Sony have yet to confirm any plans for re-releasing Beyond: Two Souls for the PS4. And with one of the German retailers listing Agnis Philosophy (Final Fantasy tech demo shown at E3 2012) and Resident Evil 7 (a game rumored, but unconfirmed to be in development by Capcom) for PS4 as well, a great amount of salt should be taken with this latest news.
So far the best evidence for a PS4 version of Beyond: Two Souls being developed remains the deleted portfolio of a programmer displaying a code of the game running on the PS4, with mentions of deleted scenes and a Director’s Cut version. Ellen Page’s character Jodie was also rendered on the PS4 by Quantic Dreams, although that may be an example of the developers experimenting with the console’s tech.