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Microsoft commits to bring Activision Blizzard games to Sony and Nintendo consoles “beyond current agreements”

TOPICS: Activision, Microsoft, Nintendo Switch, Playstation, Xbox store

Microsoft has released an open letter about its future company policies. The company indicates that the text has been developed “in part to address Microsoft’s increasing role and responsibility as we are beginning the process of seeking regulatory approval in capitals around the world for our acquisition of Activision Blizzard.” Microsoft is committed to adapting […]

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Sony buys Bungie, creators of Destiny and Halo

TOPICS: Bungie, Destiny, Halo, Playstation, Sony

There was some anticipation as to whether or not Sony would respond to Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard. We haven’t had to wait long to see a similar move, though nowhere near the same impact. But it does have an emotional charge. Sony has announced the purchase of Bungie, creators of Destiny and parents of […]

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PlayStation offers 10 free games for your spring fun, including Horizon Zero Dawn

TOPICS: Horizon Zero Dawn, Play At Home, Playstation

As part of the Play at Home initiative, which aims to encourage people to stay at home in times of pandemic, PlayStation is offering 10 free games this spring. Yes, you read that right. A dozen titles will be available to you from 25 March without having to open your wallet. And all you need […]

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Activision warns that 500GB PlayStation 4 may not be enough to store Call of Duty

TOPICS: Black Ops Cold War, Call of Duty, Modern Warfare, Playstation, PlayStation 4, Warzone

The Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2 patch is now available and, again, its size is quite substantial. These are the sizes of the games on console: PlayStation 5: 17GB PlayStation 4: 17GB Xbox One Series X / Xbox One Series S: 17.9GB Xbox One: 17.9GB PC: 16.9GB (Warzone only), 20.8GB (Warzone and Modern Warfare) […]

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PS4 exceeds 112 million consoles sold

TOPICS: Consoles, Playstation, PS Plus, PS4, PS5, Sony

Sony has announced its financial results for the first quarter of the fiscal year, April 1 to June 30. During this period, 1.9 million consoles were sold, bringing the total number of consoles to 112.3 million units, at a better rate than PS2. The company acknowledges some problems in production and supply chain during this […]

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Why does Epic Games say that PS5 is “a masterpiece” of system design?

TOPICS: data compression, Epic Games, Playstation, Playstation 5, PS5, SSD, storage

With PlayStation 5 on track for the end of the year, one of the most talked about topics is the console’s SSD and its memory architecture. At Epic Games, those who used the console to create their impressive Unreal Engine 5 technical demo have had no hesitation in praising the technology of PS5. In the […]

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Bug Bounty: Sony to pay up to $50,000 to those who find critical vulnerabilities in PS4 and PS Network

TOPICS: Bug Bounty, bugs, Playstation, PS Network, rewards, security breach

Security breaches at video game companies are not something that happens every day, but when there is one, it gets serious. Sony has been through that before, so for the future they want to make sure that everything goes smoothly. The PlayStation company announced today that its Bug Bounty program is going public. Previously, it […]

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The Last of Us 2 wins in UK as the best selling PS4 and 2020 game

TOPICS: Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Naughty Dog, Playstation, PlayStation 4, The Last of Us, The Last of Us Part II

On June 19, the long-awaited release of The Last of Us Part II arrived, and the sales lists are beginning to reflect its passage. Despite what has happened with the reviews of the game on the Internet, the new Naughty Dog game has set a milestone by becoming the best selling video game of 2020 […]

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From July the new PlayStation 4 games will have to be PS5 compatible

TOPICS: compatibility, Playstation, PlayStation 4, Playstation 5, PS4, PS5, Sony

The new PlayStation 4 video games that are planned to be released from July must also be compatible with PS5, or at least that is a “recommendation” that Sony has extended to the creative people working on its games platform. Always taking into account this information not confirmed by PlayStation, the mention refers to the […]

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Marvel’s Iron Man VR announces new release date exclusively for PS4

TOPICS: Christos Gage, coronavirus, Iron Man, Iron Man VR, Marvel, Playstation, PS4, PSVR, Stark Industries, Tony Stark, virtual reality

The coronavirus has wreaked havoc on a social level, and also within numerous industries. In video games, PlayStation announced in early April the delay of two of its exclusive games. The most talked about was clearly that of The Last of Us 2, but the other affected was Iron Man VR, the virtual reality game […]

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