Who said that PlayStation 4 consoles are dead? Who said that nobody uses them anymore now that we’re three years away from the launch of the next-generation PlayStation 5 console? The PlayStation 4 remains one of the best consoles ever made, and here’s strong proof to support that claim: new games are still becoming available for Sony’s platform that came out ten years ago.
‘Drago Noka’ is one of the games that will soon be adapted for the PlayStation 4 console. For those unaware, the title refers to a 2D simulation game that was launched back in January for PC gamers. The devs from GeSEI unkan have now decided that it’s a good idea to make the game compatible with PS4 consoles as well, and the move will take place very soon.
‘Drago Noka’ becomes available for PS4 on April 28
In a bit more than a week, those who have a PlayStation 4 console at home should clearly pull it out of the attic and clean the dust from it if they want to play ‘Drago Noka’ on the famous gaming machine. The announcement of the game being adapted for the PS4 console is shared through a new announcement trailer that you can watch below:
Here’s what the game’s official Steam page has to say:
The surface has become overrun with huge giants and dangerous pests, leaving an uninhabitable world in their quake. Humans have nowhere to live, and so… they live on the backs of dragons! Develop your very own village, gather various materials, and create new items with your very own hands.
If you want to run the game on a PC, first and foremost, you need to make sure that your gaming rig has the right specs in order to play the title. Afterward, you must keep in mind that ‘Drago Noka’ costs 19.50 euros on Steam.