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Naughty Dog has announced a new Uncharted title is in development for PlayStation 4.
No, you’re not seeing things. Those are the PlayStation symbols on a skyscraper.
PlayStation UK has debuted its first UK TV ad for PlayStation 4.
Not strictly industry news but enjoyable all the same. The next episode of South Park looks set to be one of the greatest of all time.
Reports of PS4s with faulty HDMI output ports are “isolated incidents”, Sony has claimed.
Microsoft says Xbox One has overcome its difficult start and is now braced for the biggest launch in its history.
A new report states that PS4 is narrowly ahead of Xbox One as the new consoles hit shelves.
More gamers are tuning in to Twitch for their gaming videos than any other site.
PS4 will beat Xbox One in the next-gen console war, predicts US games analyst Michael Pachter.
A second of PS4’s launch game has been added to Sony’s free Instant Games Collection.
Hopes of Oculus Rift being compatible with PS4 and Xbox One appears to have vanished.
You’re going to have to keep hold of your PS3 if you want to carry on making use of that 3D copy of Avatar you bought for £20.
There have been more pre-orders for PS4 than Xbox One, Ubisoft chief executive Yves Guillemot has suggested.
Ubisoft has reported its half-year financial results, posting sales revenue of €293m for the period.
Warner Bros has confirmed a delay to the Xbox One version of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.
Warner Bros has a new Lord of the Rings game in the works for current and next-gen consoles.
PS4 will offer Facebook integration but, like Xbox One, won’t have a dedicated app for the console.
Sony will not release Media Molecule’s PS Vita debut Tearaway at retail, it has confirmed.
PS4 will have outsold its rival Xbox One to the tune of 11m units within five years, research firm IHS has predicted.
Surprise – Amazon has launched a PlayStation Network Digital Games and DLC Store in the US.
One area that Sony doesn’t look to be competing with Xbox One in is voice and gesture control.
Two high-profile indie games making their way to PS4 will be free for a limited time at launch.
Consumers will be able to sell and trade-in their PS4 games, Sony has once again asserted.
Production delays have forced Android-powered microconsole GameStick’s public release to fall alongside the launch of the PlayStation 4.
Alterations to Sony’s PlayStation terms and conditions could see the PS4 heading into an Xbox One-style privacy uproar.