Godzilla multiplayer exclusive to PS4 version

Western Godzilla PS4 is the same as Japan's Godzilla VS.

Godzilla

Bandai Namco announced Godzilla VS for PlayStation 4 in Japan earlier this week.

Back in December, the company’s western branch announced that it’d bring the Godzilla game launched for PlayStation 3 in Japan that same month to North America and Europe this summer, and with an added PlayStation 4 version.

Following the announcement of Godzilla VS in Japan, we got in touch with Bandai Namco to clarify the western version’s feature set—to find out if Godzilla VS is a different game entirely and our western version is the same as the Japanese PlayStation 3 version.

A Bandai Namco representative told Gematsu that the western PlayStation 4 version of Godzilla is the same as the new Godzilla VS just announced for Japan, and that the multiplayer elements would be exclusive to said version.

Meanwhile, the PlayStation 3 version will not have the multiplayer elements of its older brother and will be the same game launched last December in Japan.

Godzilla is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS3 in the west this July.

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