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‘inFamous: Second Son’ developer responds to gameplay and length concerns

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A representative of Sucker Punch Productions has responded to several concerns in regards to the upcoming PS4 exclusive video game, “inFamous: Second Son.” According to several exchanges from the company’s official Twitter page on Jan. 14, a few fans were concerned about the inability to walk around in the open-world setting of the video game.

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The representative confirmed that “inFamous: Second Son” features sections in which players can take a stroll although he prefers that the players take advantage of their super powers to move around. You can find a few screens of the forthcoming title in the slideshow to the left of this article and the statement below:

Too funny - sure they'll be places where walking will occur. But, come on, really when you can use your powers to go anywhere!

Another individual wanted to know if the various powers can be upgraded or combine. The spokesperson teased that the development team wants to “leave some surprises.” He did confirm that the main character’s abilities depend on which resources he drained from. You can find his response below:

Come on we have to leave some surprises. We will say this though, what resource you drain will be the power you have.

Finally, the representative also talked a little bit about the game length, hinting that the latest “inFamous” video game has “lots to do than just the straight story missions.”

Sony Computer Entertainment will be releasing “inFamous: Second Son” for the PS4 next-generation system on March 18th. The video game is expected to be one of the biggest exclusive titles to be coming out this year on the new console.

You can order the products from Amazon in the following links: “inFamous: Second Son” and PS4.


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