Entries in 'sony online entertainment' (19)
The former boss of Sony Online Entertainment has announced the formation of a new studio and launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for an RPG.
Everquest franchise designer Ryan Barker has moved on from the game he spent the past fifteen years working on to found his own studio, Stonethunder Games.
H1Z1 developer Daybreak Games has promoted creative director Jens Andersen to a new executive role.
John Smedley has left the studio formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment.
The company formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment is getting a new boss.
The creative director behind sci-fi MMO PlanetSide 2 has resigned.
Rebranded developer Daybreak Game Company has cjob losses at its San Diego and Austin studios.
Sony Online Entertainment is no more – the company has new owners and a new name.
It’s not been a smooth ride for Sony Online Entertainment’s online zombie title H1Z1.
Can F2P be as successful on consoles as it has on smartphones? There’s every chance, Sony Online Entertainment boss John Smedley has argued.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced the Planetside 2 beta is now expected out by the middle of this month on PlayStation 4, confirming the early release will miss its previously ...
Sony Online Entertainment's upcoming free-to-play zombie survival game H1Z1 will launch as a Steam Early Access title next month.
A bomb threat sent from a Twitter account linked to a DDoS attack on PSN forced a diversion to a flight carrying Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley.
Sony Online Entertainment is readying post-apocalyptic MMO H1Z1 for release, president John Smedley has revealed.
Sony Online Entertainment has confirmed the planned closure of four of its massively multiplayer online titles.
Sony Online Entertainment is planning a significant upgrade to DC Universe Online in preparation for the launch of PS4 next month.
Abusive behaviour on Twitter could see the perpetrator banned from playing Sony Online Entertainment’s online titles.
Sony Online Entertainment has suffered layoffs at its Austin and San Diego offices, with up to 200 employees reportedly affected.
Fourteen years after the series’ debut, developer Sony Online Entertainment has unveiled a new chapter in the EverQuest saga – EverQuest Next.