In jubilee of a arriving Ghostbusters reboot, Activision’s rising dual code new games formed on a paranormal-fighting squad.
The first, simply patrician Ghostbusters, is a third-person movement RPG for a Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Up to 4 players can join adult in internal commune to form their possess Ghostbuster squad, appropriation rigging and abilities by battling ghosts and anticipating dark collectibles. This is a diversion we saw in yesterday’s entrance trailer, and a film tie-in that had formerly been rumored to exist.
The second, Ghostbusters: Slime City launches on mobile devices, including a iPhone, Android, and Kindle. Players collect absolute ghosts, ascent their headquarters, and finish jobs around a city in sequence to arise by a leaderboards, competing with other mobile players. Multiplayer is accessible in a form of asynchronous commune and “special PVP events.”
The console and PC game, Ghostbusters, launches on Jul 12th, a same week as a movie. Ghostbusters: Slime City doesn’t have an accurate launch date, though is also approaching to arrive in July.
Source: Activision Blog