Both PS4 and PS5 proprietors would now be able to play a previous Xbox console exclusive. This week, Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, Subnautica: Below Zero, and more released, giving PS4 and PS5 gamers a lot of things to play. In any case, if none of these games intrigue you, you might want to look at Call of the Sea, which discreetly came to PS4 and PS5 this week subsequent to being console exclusive to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S for months.
As of May 11, Call of the Sea is accessible on both PS4 and PS5 for $26.99, which is strangely $7 more than what it costs on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. Right now of publishing, it’s unclear why it costs more on PlayStation consoles, yet it could essentially be some new release tax.
What is clear is that on the off chance that you purchase the game on PS4, you will not have to buy it on PS5 as the PS5 version comes as a free upgrade to all that own the game on PS4.
Concerning the game itself, it’s a first-person adventure game created by Out of the Blue and published by Raw Fury that appeared back on December 8, 2021 through the Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. On the off chance that the game looks and sounds natural, it very well might be on the grounds that it was one of the first Xbox Series X games at any point uncovered.
“It is 1934, in the far reaches of the South Pacific,” reads an official elevator pitch of the game. “Norah has crossed the ocean following the trail of her missing husband’s expedition and finds herself on a lush island paradise – a nameless, forgotten place, dotted with the remnants of a lost civilization. What strange secrets does it hold, and what might Norah unearth in her quest for the truth?”