SMITE Finally Launches On PlayStation 4 With New Launch Trailer

The gods-based Action MOBA SMITE will finally launch on PlayStation 4 and sees a list of mythological figures such as Hercules, Amaterasu, and also Cupid, make the Sony console their latest battleground.

Sony released the launch trailer which revealed SMITE’s release date to be May 31, along with gameplay clips of the game. The MOBA will be a free-to-play title, just as it is for Xbox One and PC, and will sell characters and skins for the gods available.

If you’ve joined the beta, you can jump right back in when the game launches. As for new players, they can still join in for free on May 31.

Source: PlayStation (YouTube)

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