An article in Taiwan’s DigiTimes newspaper, which focuses on electronics and the region’s IT industry, has given birth to speculations of Sony working on yet another revision of the PlayStation 4. An article penned by Aaron Lee and Joseph Tsai this past Friday focuses on Nintendo Switch sales and makes the following statement along the way: Microsoft is also planning to release a new Xbox game console codenamed Project Scorpio and the product is expected to be announced at the E3 2017 event, targeting the year-end holiday season. Sony is expected to release a thinner version of its PlayStation 4. We’re not sure if DigiTimes is speculating something itself or if this is based on a report it received but interesting statement nonetheless. Considering the PS3 had several revisions itself, we won’t be too surprised if this is true but whether the report applies to PS4 Slim or Pro can only be guessed at the moment. We’ll update our readers when we have more info. [Source: DigiTimes via PSU] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s Wednesday. And like every Wednesday: Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. For the week starting March 13 2017 and ending March 19th, the Nintendo Switch once again …Read More The post Media Create: Nintendo Switch and Monster Hunter XX Top Japanese Sales This Week by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] While it’s common knowledge that PCs can be upgraded, some might not know that upgrades can be made to consoles, too. Of course, this doesn’t affect the horsepower at all (unless you’re upgrading to a PS4 Pro), but it’s still an upgrade nonetheless. In this week’s Top 5 Tuesday video, we take a look at the best ways to upgrade your PS4! In case you didn’t know, there’s more than just upgrading to a PS4 Pro and getting a new HDD! Don’t believe us? Watch the video above to see how you can upgrade your PS4 (or even PS4 Pro). Related Reading: What do you think of our “upgrades?” Got a suggestion? Share your thoughts in the comments and whether we left something out. Enjoyed this video? Don’t forget to subscribe to the PlayStation LifeStyle YouTube channel for your weekly dose of top five videos, as well as for other original content. Essential Reading: READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Today, publisher Bandai Namco and developer FromSoftware announced that on March, four days before the game’s final DLC The Ringed City launches, Dark Souls III will receive a new patch that brings with it a few …Read More The post Dark Souls III Patch 1.11 Coming March 24th; Includes Increase to PS4 Pro Frame Rate by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] In the latest episode of PlayStation Underground, Sony offers up 40+ minutes of 4K Mass Effect Andromeda gameplay on PlayStation 4 Pro. The video includes footage from the first few hours of the game, but Social Media Director Sid Shuman says they strategically cut around some of the more spoiler-filled moments in the early parts of the story. Previously, BioWare said Mass Effect Andromeda runs at 1800p with checkerboard rendering on PS4 Pro, while the base PS4 version runs at 1080p/30 frames-per-second. If you’re planning on spending some time with Andromeda’s multiplayer, BioWare is launching an iOS/Android companion app worldwide on March 20 (it’s already out in Canada, Ireland, Romania, and Singapore). Titled Apex HQ, the app will allow you to change your loadout ahead of a match, command strike teams on-the-go, and stay up to date with all the latest multiplayer news, missions, and progression. To properly use the app, you’ll need to make sure that you log in with the same EA Account linked to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC that you’re using to play Andromeda. You can find download links and more information on Apex HQ over here. Mass Effect Andromeda releases on March 21 in North America and March 23 in Europe. Weighing in…
[embedded content] Early 2017 has been crammed with some high-profile releases so in case you’re based in Europe and overlooked this one, don’t forget that FlatOut 4: Total Insanity is out digitally and at retail in the region on March 17! For those who have to wait to get their hands on the game, it’s still worth checking the brief clip out as it shows off a little bit of the new modes. “With a detailed and expansive damage system, vehicles deform and explode in real-time with each smash and crash!” wrote Kylotonn Games in a press release. “The legendary stunt mode is back – Whether you have the gentle soul of a golfer or the destructive desire to demolish all opponents, you will find your jam in FlatOut 4.” In a post on PlayStation Blog, producer Alexandre Assier discussed one of his favorite in-game environments, the desert, and revealed that the developer has “pushed the visual quality of the game to be even more impressive” for the PlayStation 4 Pro. You can read his post here. FlatOut 4 is also headed to the Xbox One and PC. We’ll share release dates for other regions as soon as we have them. READ…
[embedded content] Sony confirmed earlier today that PlayStation 4 Update 4.50 will be available to download tomorrow, March 9. To help get you acquainted with 12 of the new features coming in 4.50, including external HDD support and PlayStation 4 Pro Boost Mode, PlayStation UK released a new video today, which you can watch above. Here’s the features highlighted by PlayStation UK, and when you can see them in the video: Support for external hard drives – 0:20 Use in-game screenshots as custom wallpaper – 1:02 Suggested profile colors – 1:33 Custom posts in the What’s New section – 1:47 Quick Menu improvements – 2:14 Enhanced party features in the Quick Menu – 2:26 Watch 3D Blu-rays using PlayStation VR – 2:55 PlayStation VR’s cinematic mode is improved – 3:13 Access save data from the Home screen – 3:20 Post animated GIFs created in SHAREfactory – 3:30 Boot from your Capture Gallery to SHAREfactory – 3:46 PS4 Pro Boost Mode – 4:15 To see how some PS4 games (Bloodborne starts at 0:55, The Witcher 3 starts at 13:30) perform in Boost Mode, check out this video from Digital Foundry: [embedded content] When PS4 update 4.50 goes live tomorrow, we’ll let you know. Which READ FULL…
PlayStation 4’s Software Update 4.50 comes out tomorrow, bringing external hard drive support, updates to messages and communities, and voice chat for remote play. The PS4 Pro will also get boost mode. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
It’s Wednesday folks. And like every Wednesday: Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. For the week starting February 27, 2017 and ending March 5th, the top dog on the hardware front …Read More The post The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Nintendo Switch Top Japanese Sales This Week According to Media Create by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Milestone S.r.l announced Gravel, a new off-road racing game, today for PC and Consoles. …Read More The post Off-Road Racing Game Gravel Announced for PC and Consoles; Coming this Summer by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
The hunt has begun! Press release: Budapest, Hungary – March 1, 2017 – NeocoreGames has announced that The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Extended Edition is available now on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro for €19.99! Put on your wide-brimmed hat, grab your weapons and embark on an incredible adventure in the gothic-noir world of Borgovia, where mad science… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Ripstone Games, who are known for titles such as Pure Pool, Pure Hold’em and Stick it to the Man announced Chess Ultra today. …Read More The post Chess Ultra Coming to PC and Consoles this Spring; Features VR Support by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Today, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer Monolith Productions announced Middle-earth: Shadow of War. And now only a few hours later different special editions of the game have surfaced, as well as preorder bonuses. …Read More The post Middle-earth: Shadow of War Special Editions, Preorder Bonuses and DLC Revealed and Detailed by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
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.