Terminator: Resistance Enhanced (PS5)
TERMINATOR: RESISTANCE ENHANCED is a new version of TERMINATOR: RESISTANCE taking advantage of the new capabilities of the PlayStation 5 console. Jump back into the action with Jacob Rivers and experience his story from lowly private to hero of the Resistance once more, while enjoying improved framerates and graphical fidelity, faster load times, and the new hardware features of the DualSense controller.
TERMINATOR: RESISTANCE ENHANCED will also contain updates brought to the title on PC, as well as the brand new INFILTRATOR MODE which sees players get under the skin of the series’ iconic T-800 series Infiltrator.
- A fully updated version of the main game including balance & difficulty patches previously released on the PC.
- New INFILTRATOR MODE in which players can get under the skin of a T-800 series Infiltrator unit and strike out against Resistance forces.
- A range of visual improvements taking advantage of the PS5’s more powerful hardware, including upscaled 4K resolution and locked 60fps, higher resolution textures, higher polygon counts, tessellation, improved lighting and dynamic shadows, improved post-processing (anti-aliasing, bloom and more), and more detailed particle effects.
- A variety of features new to PS5 including Game Activities which can be used to track the player's progress in missions and trophies, DualSense adaptive triggers for weaponry, and colour shifting within the DualSense light bar to reflect the player’s health.
- 4x faster load times on average.
Wade H onReviewed by
This is easily one of the most underrated games out there. Critic reviews were average to poor. However, trust the user reviews instead - if you're a Terminator fan, that is.
If you're a fan of this franchise, prepare to be surprised by a game that clearly has great love for the movies. The music and sound design is incredible, probably the best I've experienced. It's so akin to the movies and the vibe of being in a war against machines in a desolate future is real!
Is it a AAA, high budget title? No. It's not perfect, but I honestly found very few imperfections. It was fun, the progression and crafting system was simple and the graphics were mostly awesome. Lockpicking sounds like a chore - it isn't. And there's no better feeling than hacking Skynet turrets and watching them destroy the machines.
Blissful experience for fans.