Entries in 'Next-gen' (148)
EA Canada has confirmed that next year’s Xbox One and PS4 release UFC will not run at 60 frames per second.
One disgruntled Blockbuster customer took matters into his own hands when told he could not receive a refund for his PS4 pre-order.
Sony has announced the PlayStation 4 launch dates for more countries in the PAL region, including the Middle East, but there’s still no word on an Indian release date.
Strategy Analytics thinks the upcoming console generation will fall well short of the financial success enjoyed by our current machines.
Consumers are being offered the chance to jump straight to the front of the queue when buying either Xbox One or PS4.
Baird Research analyst Colin Sebastian has predicted that Xbox One will enjoy slightly higher launch window unit sales than its rival PS4.
The delays to Watch Dogs and DriveClub will not derail the launch of PS4 and Xbox One, UK High Street stores have said.
The delays of Watch Dogs and DriveClub have had an unfortunate consequence for a handful of gamers in the US.
The PlayStation 4’s launch line-up is suddenly looking quite thin.
We’re just a month away from the Western launch of the PlayStation 4, and while launch dates and prices have also been announced for many other countries in Asia, we ...
Ubisoft has delayed Watch Dogs, once its most anticipated games of the year and one of the more promising next-gen launch titles.
The Xbox One may still be a year away from finding its way to Indian store shelves, but Microsoft India has plenty in the works for the Xbox 360. We ...
Ubisoft today kicked off a new contest around the customisation features of its next-gen open-world racer, The Crew.
The creative director of Ubisoft’s upcoming Watch Dogs reckons the Wii U version will be graphically superior to its current-gen counterparts.
Making a next-gen console time takes four times the development resources than a current-gen game, Sony studio Guerrilla has claimed.
Jules Williams, consumer retail analyst at Kantar Worldpanel, discusses whether the next generation of consoles has what it takes to restore the games industry...
Thanks to yesterday’s release of the Battlefield 4 beta, we’ve now got a better idea than ever about how the next-gen and current-gen versions of Battlefield 4 compare.
More US consumers intend to buy a PS4 this Christmas than an Xbox One, according to a poll conducted by Reuters and Ipsos.
Gamers on the continent intending to upgrade key games from current to next-gen have been given another option by retailer GameStop.
Sony has announced that the PlayStation 4 will release in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea in December, and with no Indian release date yet, this could be bad ...
Another option has been offered for those hoping to upgrade to the next-gen versions of EA’s upcoming games.
The Entertainment Retailer’s Association has revealed the latest findings of its UK consumer survey, and it’s good news for PlayStation.
Those wanting to buy both the current and next-gen versions of Call of Duty: Ghosts have a number of options open to them.
Battlefield 4, FIFA 14 and Madden NFL 25 will be available in their next-gen guises ahead of their respective hardware launches in the US.
Ubisoft has detailed the many visual additions that will feature in the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.