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Sony is hard at work with the PlayStation 4‘s next system update. When the beta for update 3.50 launches tomorrow, March 2, it will bring features such as the ability to appear offline to others and notifications when friends go online.
If you just can’t wait for the next Hitman, there will be a beta released for PC and PS4 in February of next year. The beta features Agent 47’s very first encounter with his handler, Diana Burnwood.
The human vs. dinosaur action of Primal Carnage: Extinction has been on Steam since April, and now has a presence in the PlayStation Store for PS4.
That’s it folks! Sony has gone to the Dark Side of the force, and they have announced it by revealing the Darth Vader inspired Limited Edition PlayStation 4, which you can check out below.
In case you missed it at E3, here’s a little information about Sólfar Studios‘ debut game Godling, which immerses players in a beautiful sandbox VR world with a number of opportunities to build or destroy.
Media Molecule (LittleBigPlanet series) has announced that they will be releasing Tearaway Unfolded for PlayStation 4. The game title may seem familiar since it was released back in 2013 for the PlayStation Vita. It makes sense that the game be re-released for the console platform. The game received great reviews, which isn’t surprising seeing as how LittleBigPlanet was also a widely popular...[Read More]
Thanks to certification documents on the US Federal Communications Commission website, there is proof that two new PlayStation 4 models will be launching in the future. Neither feature major revisions aside from one including a 1 terabyte hard drive.
If you have a PlayStation 4, you might have been facing issues with it ever since its 2.00 firmware update. Well, it just so happens that this update didn’t only affect players, but it also seems to have affected games, and more precisely, Evolve got quite affected, making it impossible for 2K Games to host its Big Alpha event on this platform.
Grave, the open-world survival horror game from Broken Window Studios has been confirmed to come to the PlayStation 4, after it was thought that the game was only going to be hitting PC and Xbox One.
It seems like themed consoles is what’s going on right now over Japan, with a Frozen-themed PlayStation 4 Edition that was showed some days ago, and now, with two new special PlayStation 4 Editions, one for Destiny, and the other one for The Last of Us: Remastered.
Sony Japan is releasing a limited edition Playstation 4 console with a theme that has nothing to do with video games. Instead, Sony Playstation is going to cash in on Disney’s success with the movie Frozen.
During E3 2014, it was announced that there is going to be a white PlayStation 4 model, coming in a bundle with a copy of Bungie‘s upcoming first person shooter Destiny.