While you can play the title solo, the game supports PlayLink, which allows you to play the game with your smartphone, where you can receive particular hidden objectives, also known as hidden agendas. Both games are designed for multiplayer group play so multiple people can play together with their phones in the same room.
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A new original game from Until Dawn developer Supermassive Games was quietly dropped at the beginning of Sony's pre-show. PlayLink is an upcoming series of PlayStation games created to be played via your phone. Also, there are scant details on how Sony plans to expand the collection.
Sony announced a few other titles will arrive for PlayLink later this year including Hidden Agenda, Knowledge is Power, Frantics, and SingStar Celebration. This particular game will be released for free to all PlayStation Plus subscribers come July 4th. PlayLink refers to a new initiative to make games more social, citing Until Dawn as inspiration. PlayLink marks another attempt to bring more people into the gaming fold, which I can respect. Gamers will be able to control PS4 games with cameras and touchscreens, with the company planning to offer them a wide variety of experiences that should cater to a massive audience, Sony said. Whether it's your birthday, Christmas, New Year's Eve or even just a Saturday night - SingStar Celebration is the flawless playlist to any party, with up to eight players able to join in the fun.