Beyond: Two Souls Gets May 2013 Release Date

[drop2]David Cage’s Beyond: Two Souls briefly had a release date yesterday – May 25th, 2013.

However, as quickly as it appeared, it was removed, although not before being snapped by a speedy IGN, for proof. The date given to the game now simply says ‘2013‘.


According to IGN, Sony updated the release date “in error”. “We have not announced a release date for Beyond: Two Souls outside of the 2013 time frame,” said the platform holder.

“In fact, David Cage recently shared that the title is preparing for the alpha version so the date reported on the product site is incorrect and has since been updated.”

Regardless, it’s almost certainly out before E3 if Sony are looking to push the PlayStation 4 next year – big name first party games will have pretty much dried up by June, and Beyond isn’t likely to run on much past then all things considered.

We got close to Beyond at E3 – read our thoughts here.



  1. I’m anticipating this even more than The Last of Us.

    Looks amazing, can’t wait to get it.

    Coming right at the end of my summer exams would be perfect for me.

  2. Of course Sony could leave the PS4 reveal until after E3 and give it its own event. The rumors leading up to E3 would give them a lot of headlines without having to announce anything.

    They maybe be aiming for May with Beyond but I think it’ll slip until June. They’ve got to squeeze in the Last of Us, GOW: A and Sly Cooper as well and there are still some other big releases like Tomb Raider and Dead Space 3 that they’ll want to avoid. It’s not looking like a bad year for the PS3. Certainly not the tell tale signs of a new console release.

  3. Hopefully 2013 will = Beyond: Two Souls + God Of War Ascension + The Last of Us :P :P :P

  4. Can’t wait, was hoping that going into Alpha stage meant we might see it sooner but i’ll be all over it day one anyway.

  5. I wonder what the tail-off is when the new console comes along and games on the PS3 start to dry up, noticeably, with sales. The overlap of the PS2 and PS3 should show us. As much as the devs want us buying their new titles on the next-gen consoles, how can you compete with a few million PS3s and over 100 million PS2s (last time it happened). Hell, even pinching off a dukey and sticking it on the shelves should sell a couple of million. It worked for ‘Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer’.

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