PlayStation Official Magazine June 14 - Issue 97

Huge exclusives, brand new reveals, gigantic features, no-holds-barred reviews and the biggest debates on PlayStation topics!

PlayStation Official Magazine June 14 - Issue 97

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In PlayStation Official Magazine June 14 Issue 97:
 
The new issue of Official PlayStation Magazine contains something for everyone this month: huge exclusives, brand new reveals, gigantic features, no-holds-barred reviews and the biggest debates about the hottest PlayStation topics.
 
We’ve travelled around the world this issue to bring you hands-on impressions of Bungie’s Halo-beater Destiny, Codemasters’ latest racing simulation GRID Autosport and Ubisoft’s incoming hack-‘em-up Watch Dogs. We’ve also peeled back the covers on Sony’s brand new online zombie survival epic H1Z1, and taken brand new peeks at The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Dragon Age: Inquisition – and spoken with the dev teams about the challenges involved with topping Skyrim.
 
On the subject of The Elder Scrolls, we've dropped in on The Elder Scrolls Online and have some worries about the direction it’s taking on PS4. There are no such worries about Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, however, which we review this month along with Trials Fusion, Child Of Light, 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, Fez, Octodad: Dadliest Catch and many more.
 
Our big features this issue focus on cover game The Order: 1886 (for which we’ve got more access to Ready At Dawn’s shooter than anyone else on the planet) and PlayStation’s biggest and weirdest ‘WTF’ moments.
 
Elsewhere in the issue we feature The Last Of Us: Remastered, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Sportsfriends and ex-Uncharted director Amy Hennig’s new Star Wars game.
 
And as a special bonus, we wrap things up with a massive free gift for everyone: the ultimate PlayStation Pub Quiz book. Are you the biggest PlayStation fan that’s ever lived? Now you can prove it with over 760 questions designed to test your knowledge to the extremes of PlayStation history.