Rock of Ages 2 Crashing on the PS4 August 28

Claudine Rigal
Août 16, 2017

And yes, it's just as fun and frantic as it sounds, especially with the updated visuals and graphics courtesy of Unreal Engine 4.

Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder gives players the ability to control a massive boulder with the main goal in mind to destroy your enemies castle. It's coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC at the end of this month as a bit of a surprise release, and it couldn't have come at a better time.

In Bigger & Boulder, Atlas (no relation), the Greek Titan that's tasked with the eternally dreary job of holding up the sky, has literally dropped the ball and must run through different periods of Art History to escape the consequences. Besides new stages and characters, there's now a bigger selection of customizable units. If you want to take the show on the road with friends, there's also a multiplayer mode where you can play with up to four friends online or locally. There will be two DLC packs at launch too, one free Binding of Isaac pack, and the aforementioned Classic Pack, which is free for Steam and PlayStation 4 players who already have Rock of Ages.

Either I've been asleep at the keyboard or ACE Team and Atlus haven't had much to say about Rock of Ages 2 as of late, because I completely forgot this game was happening.

Check out the debut trailer below!

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