If you were a fan of the classic Party Chat system on PlayStation 4, you aren’t alone, let’s talk about why the new PlayStation 4 party chat system is a mess and why Sony should have left it alone.Continue reading
Sony has officially unveiled the line-up for PlayStation Plus’ line-up for October 2020, which will take players into post-Victorian England and into modern-day Fortune Valley. Here’s your official list of freebies.Continue reading
In a massive investment move, Sony has invested $250 million USD for a minority stake in Epic Games, the company behind games such as Fortnite and now-defunct title, Paragon.
While fans around the world geared up for Sony’s big reveal of the PlayStation 5, the company has announced they will be delaying the event for an undisclosed period of time in order to allow more important concerns to be voiced and heard by their fans.
Since the announcement that the PlayStation 5 would use a new type of feedback, a new type of controller optimization, and brand-new features, Sony has kept the lid on what the hardware would actually look like. Now, meet the PlayStation 5 controller, DualSense, a beautiful blue on white controller that departs from the traditional matte black appeal.
Sony has revealed that they are withdrawing from PAX East in Boston due to the generalized concern of the COVID-19 also known as the novel coronavirus.
Technland has revealed that Dying Light 2 has been delayed, moving it from its Spring 2020 release window. No release window has been outlined, but, Techland has stated it is still in development.
In a patent filed in Japan, Sony has given the world a first look at the possible design for the PlayStation 5’s version of the DualShock controller. Here’s your first look at what the controller will feature when it releases holiday season 2020.
After localizing games for 15 astonishing years, XSEED Games has announced they are having a massive sale in celebration, which includes physical and digital games. You can check out the full list of sales today.
In a surprise announcement on the PlayStation Blog, President of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Jim Ryan, has confirmed that the PlayStation 5 will be launching in the holiday season of 2020. Here’s everything we know.