Let’s start with the storm-in-a-teacup controversy; Pure Pool, developed by VooFoo and published by Ripstone, was released on PS4 three weeks ago. It has now been announced that Hustle Kings, a PS3 game developed by VooFoo, is now coming to PS4 published by Sony and developed by, well, someone else, we’re not sure who.
“Hey, just to clarify this version of Hustle Kings was not developed by VooFoo Studios. They’ve been hard at work making Pure Pool and another team unrelated to them made this version of Hustle Kings for us,” said Sony’s Neil McPhillips.
“Anyone who has purchased Pure Pool should not feel upset as both games offer quite a different experience.”
The new version of Hustle Kings will be available to buy in full or you can download the free-to-play version that uses Hustle Kings Credits (HKC) as an in game currency. Presumably you will have to purchase these credits with real money to unlock certain features of the game.
The free-to-play core package includes all the basics you need to enjoy the game including a practise mode, a career and a new League mode where you can compete online and “rise through the online tiers.”
Also included are daily leader boards and global rankings for the game’s top earners and players.
Source: EU Blog