Blacklight: Tango Down will finally arrive on the PlayStation Network later this month, after being released for the Xbox 360 and PC this summer as a digital download.
, for those who haven't had a chance to experience it, is a first person shooter, which aims at delivering a multiplayer only experience, and doesn't bring any single-player mode whatsover.
Priced at 15 U.S. dollars, the title managed to really attract quite a lot of people largely thanks to its pretty good graphics and to its tight gameplay.
Now, after more than one million downloads, which made it this summer's most popular Xbox Live title, Blacklight: Tango Down will finally delight PlayStation 3 users.
The game will receive all of its updates, as well as new PSN exclusive content, in order to justify the extended waiting period.
Among them, there's a new Join-in-Progress option, which will allow people to join their friends in online matches without having to wait for an intermission.
More details about the PSN version will be revealed soon, but expect its developer, Zombie Studios, to throw in many multiplayer maps, seven game types, four co-operative missions and a huge amount of weapon combinations.
"Fans flocked to Blacklight over the summer because the game offered the most extensive array of gameplay and features ever brought to the DLG venue - for just 15 bucks," said Jared Gerritzen, Lead Designer at Zombie Studios. "Now with full updates, brand-new content and the ability to Join in Progress, PSN players will truly see the game at its best."
Blacklight: Tango Down will be launched for the PlayStation Network on October 26, and keep its extremely attractive 15 U.S. Dollar price tag.
We had a chance to review the game this summer
, for the PC, and we didn't exactly go wild over it, but given the time Zombie Studios had to improve upon it, and how it will feature more content for the same 15 bucks, Blacklight: Tango Down for the PSN might be worth your money, at least to keep you satisfied until Call of Duty: Black Ops rears its head.