Today, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer Monolith Productions announced Middle-earth: Shadow of War, a day after the game leaked on Target. …Read More The post Middle-earth: Shadow of War Announced; Coming in August 2017 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Yesterday, UK-based developer Secret Sorcery announced that former PlayStation VR exclusive game, Tethered, is hitting PC via Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on February 27, 2017. …Read More The post Tethered Hits Oculus Rift and HTC Vive February 27, 2017 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
NeocoreGames announced today that The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Extended Edition will be releasing on PS4 on February 28 in North America, and on March 1 in Europe. …Read More The post The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Extended Edition Releasing on PS4 Next Week by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Update Includes New Hot Wheels® Cars and Content and PlayStation 4 Pro Support. SAN DIEGO, CA – February 21, 2017 – Independent video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, creators of the indie smash-hit Rocket League®, today announced that its latest update is now available for download. The update features brand new Hot Wheels® content including two premium DLC Battle-Cars, the… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
It’s becoming increasingly rare for a game, especially a AAA game, to not ship alongside a day one patch. Sony and Guerrilla Games’ Horizon: Zero Dawn, is no exception to the rule. However, it’s day one update …Read More The post Horizon Zero Dawn Day One Patch Detailed by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] Final Fantasy XV just received patch 1.05, with the promise of offering up to 60fps on the PlayStation 4 Pro. As with all major releases, Digital Foundry has put the game to test post-patch and, unfortunately, the results are a bit of a let down. We’ll get straight to the point – the outlet has noted that Final Fantasy XV doesn’t hit 60fps and instead, runs between 30-50fps. Additionally, it puts the PS4 Pro version behind the standard versions. You can watch the analysis in the video above. In case you prefer a write-up, here’s a snippet from Digital Foundry’s detailed analysis, the full version of which you can find via the source link. At this point, both the Xbox One and standard PlayStation 4 now provide a smoother experience. PS4 still exhibits minor frame-pacing issues but the problem is less pronounced than the Pro’s flagship high mode. Xbox One uses an adaptive v-sync solution that produces completely smooth frame-pacing throughout, leading to a stable experience. There is additional slowdown on Xbox One and a lower resolution overall, but at this point, Microsoft’s system still provides the most consistent frame-rate. Unfortunately, as it stands, the PS4 Pro READ…
Today, developer Tangentlemen, announced that former PlayStation VR exclusive horror game is getting PS4 and PS4 Pro support tomorrow, February 21st. …Read More The post Here They Lie Updated with PS4 and PS4 Pro Support on February 21, 2017 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
FFXV Final Fantasy XV’s PS4 Pro update just hit. Version 1.05 brings the game’s PS4 Pro frame rate up to 60 FPS. On the Xbox One and PS4, the update increased FFXV’s level cap to 120 and added more Camera Roll storage, a portal music player for chocobo rides and limited-time hunts. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Final Fantasy XIV received quite a lot of coverage at the Frankfurt Fan Fest yesterday, out of which we got word of a PlayStation 4 Pro patch, and new information on the upcoming Stormblood expansion. Producer and director, Naoki Yoshida, revealed that the team has already begun working on a PS4 Pro patch. According to Nova Crystallis, he said: Rather than using the PS4 Pro’s power to adapt to say 4K display, we’re thinking of using it for game performance. We’ve begun work on a Pro patch and hope to have details soon. Elsewhere, Square Enix released Stormblood‘s opening movie, which you can check out below. [embedded content] Here’s a rundown of the new information revealed (via Square Enix’s Twitter): Samurai has been added alongside Red Mage as a new DPS job. The Katana-wielding samurai will use STR gear. The port town of “Kugane” announced as a new player hub – beautiful Far-Eastern architecture! New Beast Tribe and Primal announced: The Kojin and ‘Susano.’ New dungeons include Yanxia and The Azim Steppe. New residential area, Shirogane, looks to feature eastern-style housing and neighborhoods. Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood releases on June 20, 2017 for the PlayStation 4 and PC, following which READ FULL STORY…
Resogun gets some new visual effects and bug fixes in additional to 4K support for PS4 Pro. …Read More The post Resogun Update Boosts the Game to 4K and Adds High-Dynamic Range by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] With confirmation that PlayStation 4 firmware update 4.50 will bring a “Boost Mode” for the PS4 Pro, we’re naturally curious how this new feature sizes up compared to the games performance of the original PS4. In this Versus episode, PlayStation LifeStyle pits the PS4 vs PS4 Pro Boost Mode gameplay experiences from what we know so far. While it’s obvious that the PS4 Pro’s Boost Mode will understandably fare better on a technical level, we take a look at it whether it’s worth upgrading your original PS4, or how valuable this new feature is. Curious? Yeah, you should be. What do you think? Will this PS4 Pro Boost Mode feature give a significant upgrade to old games? And will it be as big of an improvement as some people assume it’ll be? Want to see more Versus episodes? Then be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more video content you can only find here, and of course, the latest game trailers. Versus is PlayStation LifeStyle’s recurring video series where we pit a game, franchise, basically anything game-related against another and pick a winner. Essential Reading: READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Sumo Digital revealed some more information about the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Snake Pass today. …Read More The post Snake Pass will Support PS4 Pro and is an Xbox Play Anywhere Title by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
With Sony confirming that the PS4 Pro is getting a “Boost Mode” with firmware update 4.50, it’s understandable that this might be something that tips over people on the fence whether to get one or upgrade from the original PS4. In this week’s Now Loading, the PlayStation LifeStyle staff weighs in on whether PS4 Pro will boost (heh) the PS4 Pro’s sales and if people will see it as enough of a reason to upgrade from the original PS4. Just what do we think of the PS4 Pro Boost Mode? Check out our responses below. Are you considering upgrading to a PS4 Pro just for the Boost Mode? Or do you think it will be enough to sway some people to buy it or upgrade? Same as before, we want to discuss this with you in the comments. If you have a topic for Now Loading that you want the staff to discuss along with the readers, hit us up via email! Now Loading is a recurring staff-driven feature where PlayStation LifeStyle discusses anything video game-related under the sun (yes, even non-Sony platforms. Essential Reading: READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Today is Wednesday folks, which can only mean one thing: Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. For the week starting February 6, 2017, and ending February 12th, the two victors are …Read More The post Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3 Professional and PS4 Top Japanese Sales This Week According to Media Create by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.