Terminator: Resistance Annihilation Line has been revealed, a new narrative campaign DLC that will release for the PlayStation 5 and PC versions of the game. Annihilation Line will be released on 10th December.
This is a brand new original story that is set alongside the story of the main game, shortly after the Resistance has managed to defeat its first Infiltrator. In this new narrative, you’ll step back into the boots of Jacob Rivers with orders from John Connor himself to go and investigate Northridge Outpost, a civilian camp that has gone silent. You’ll be joining a small team of Resistance soldiers that’s let by Kyle Reese.
The expansion will run for roughly four hours, delving into more of Jacob Rivers’ backstory and taking you to new parts of California. You’ll also face off against robots such as the T-600 and the HK Centurion, picking up an expanded arsenal of weapons to do so.
With the new content only coming to the PC and PS5 versions of the game, Teyon can try to be a bit more ambitious with their game and visual design. The game will feature DualSense haptics on PS5, while PC gamers will be able to enable AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution for higher frame rate graphics.
It might be disappointing for PS4 owners not to have access, but at the very least, you can get a free upgrade from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5, both with a disc or digital copy of the game.
Terminator Resistance: Enhanced released earlier this year in a sweeping overhaul of the… less than amazing original – see our Terminator Resistance review here. The Enhanced release brought with it greatly improved graphics, as well as balance patches and updates previously released on the PC, including an Infiltrator Mode that lets you play as a T-800 series Infiltrator Terminator.
Source: press release