Sportsfriends hits PlayStation 4 and PS3 on May 6

Four award-winning multiplayer games for $14.99.

Sportsfriends

Sportsfriends will launch for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on May 6 in North America and May 7 in Europe for $14.99 / €13.99, Die Gute Fabrik announced.

If you purchase the game on PlayStation 3, you’ll be entitled to the PlayStation 4 version free of charge. The developer didn’t say if this applied vice-versa.

Here’s the breakdown of features, courtesy of Die Gute Fabrik:

Both PS3 and PS4 versions feature:

  • Four award-winning multiplayer games
  • No-bulls**t — local multiplayer in its purest form
  • Rich variety of modes and gameplay settings
  • Build and save your own Hokra arenas
  • Optional: PlayStation Move motion controller support for Johann Sebastian Joust
  • Some of the weirdest Trophies on PSN
  • Tons of secrets we can’t talk about

PS4 version features:

  • DualShock 4 wireless controller support for all the games
  • Play JS Joust with up to four players
  • Play JS Joust with DualShock 4, making special use of its speaker and LED

PS3 version features:

  • DualShock 3 support for all the games
  • Play JS Joust with up to seven players
  • Play JS Joust with DualShock 3
  • Load your own music files into JS Joust!

Watch the launch trailer below.

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