Journey Transitions From PlayStation 3 To PlayStation 4 Today

Journey Transitions From PlayStation 3 To PlayStation 4 Today

Briefly: The hauntingly emotional Journey transitions from PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4 today. It’s a cross-buy title so if you own it on PS3 you own the higher resolution PS4 version as well. Perhaps you can put the money saved towards the PlayStation Gear Journey statue.


  • I would almost buy the console to replay this game… this makes it even more tempting. But, still not quite worth it 😛

    • There are so many great PS4 games now, what is making it not quite worth it to you?

      • agreed, and having just looked at my PS+ free games download list, I can add a lot of value to justify the purchase of my PS4. MGS: Ground Zeroes, Rocket League, Skulls of the Shogun, Binding of Isaac Rebirth, The Unfinished Swan, Resogun, Transistor, Driveclub. Do I have time to play all of these? No, but it means I’m not spending more dough on getting new releases because of all of these games I know own for the same price of buying 1 new release game a year.

        • Of the above mentioned games, Rocket League, Isaac, Unfinished Swan, Transistor I would all highly recommend. Haven’t played Skulls, and the PS Plus version of driveclub is VERY limited, but still worth a shot. Ground Zeroes is cool but I’m horrible at stealth – also it’s not very long. You also missed the Swapper, which is fantastic, not sure if you have that.

          Still, I’m super keen to give Journey a shot as I didn’t play it on PS3.

      • Wife…

        I’ll expand I guess. My wife wouldnt be impressed if I bought a console at this point. And I also have a bunch of house renovations to complete. So I guess its a combo…

        I also dont have a big list of games I want to play on it. Journey is my main one at the moment. And maybe Infamous?

        I agree that PS+ is better than the LIVE Gold games… but thats fine. One day, one day.

  • I’d just like to take the time to complain about needing a PS Plus subscription to experience the multiplayer of this game, when last gen you got it for free.

    That is all. Resume the excitement!

  • Ok I will be the first one to admit that I missed it on PS3 (gasp!). Now I am intrigued about this game. Although part of me am afraid that I won’t enjoy it. It is certainly a beautiful looking game but I am afraid it is going to fall into the same category of Never Alone, Puppeteer and Little Big Planet – only playing it for the benefit of my toddlers who love to watch me play.

    • It’s an experience. Some people connect with it, others don’t. After a few plays I’m still peeling back layers of metaphors that speak to me. People who have had grief, loss, struggles, depression tend to connect with it on those grounds. It’s also a game of great hope. The way we need and rely on each other. Anyway, give it a go 🙂

      • Wow, sounds very interesting. Have been watching its trailer and definitely interested. Thanks!

      • hey @therealarien just want to thank you for encourage me to get Journey. It is a beautiful experience, both cinematicly and emotionally. I absolutely loved it. Best money I have spent on video games for quite some time.

  • Don’t mind admitting that the first time I played this I cried like a baby at the end. Utterly superb, looking forward to tearing up again on the PS4.

  • It’s only crossbuy if you bought it on the PSN, so no, if you own it on PS3 you don’t necessarily own it on PS4 too.

  • Played a good chunk this afternoon, and got teamed up with a random who clearly had never played it before. For the first time I was the person who was guiding someone else around, chirping incessantly to stop them from progressing to show them a well-hidden icon.
    Previously I was the newbie and, although I’m far from my white cloak, it was really fun being the expert.
    Strange how in that context you build up a language of sorts – three chirps meant gratitude and joy. Awesome game!

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