Starhawk is set to land in downloadable form on PlayStation Network September 25th.
Starhawk, the mech shooter and spiritual successor to 2007's Warhawk, is set to land in downloadable form on PlayStation Network September 25th, according to Lightbox Interactive president Dylan Jobe.
Jobe writes on the PlayStation Blog that players will have three options to choose from next week. The Full edition includes the single player campaign and multiplayer for $39.99. The Multiplayer edition includes only multiplayer for $19.99. PlayStation Plus members can download the Singleplayer Campaign edition for free. Starhawk was released May 8th on disc.
Earlier this year, Polygon spoke with Lightbox about crafting a campaign in a sequel to a multiplayer-only shooter. In our review, we were impressed by the game's "surprisingly broad range of influences," but largely unmoved by the multiplayer.
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