Only a few more nights of sleep left for PlayStation 4 owning Smite fans. Ever since the announcement, Hi-Rez have been busy tinkering away at more updates for the PC and Xbox One version. On the 31st of May, the family will extend and the PlayStation 4 version of Smite will officially be released. Over on the PlayStation blog, the team are excited to be out of the beta phase and include some new additions. While the hero count will be catching up to its PC brethren, the game on the PS4 will have trophies for achievements and will be optimized for 60 fps.
Smite is a heavily supported action ‘MOBA’ game in a similar vein to Heroes of the Storm, League of Legends and DotA 2. What sets this game apart is its 3rd person view and reliance on more skill shots due to the nature of the camera. It is a heavily competitive game and has seen its fair share of intense games and tournaments in the eSports scene.
Smite has been released for PC and Xbox One. On May 31st, 2016, it will officially be released as a full product on PlayStation 4.