inFamous First Light release date announced

Standalone DLC out this August.

The inFamous First Light standalone downloadable add-on launches on PlayStation 4 on 27th August 2014, developer Sucker Punch has announced.

That's 26th August in North America, the studio revealed on Twitter.

inFamous First Light stars Conduit Fetch, who cropped up in Second Son's main campaign with some nifty Neon powers.

Players do not require Second Son in order to play First Light, but if they do have the main game they'll unlock exclusive content.

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