This chaotically insane zombie-killing game rears its lovable, albeit gruesome, head yet again!
Tag: Playstation 5
Whether you want to dive into decade-spanning IPs or something new and innovative, PlayStation Plus’s June lineup has you covered.
PlayStation Plus just dropped the three newest titles coming to PS5 and PS4 for next month, and it looks like white-knuckle survival is the name of the game here. From PS5’s “Wreckfest” to PS4’s “Battlefield V” and “Stranded Deep,” the service will drop everyone into a winner-take-all setting starting on May 4th!
PS5 and PS4 owners may have a partial answer to Xbox’s Game Pass on the horizon. The company might have just teased the newest feature set to beef up PS+ subscriptions with an exclusive video streaming feature. If the reports turn out to be true, it could set Sony up with a solid service to pull even more gamers into their family.
The gaming giant is gearing up for some big changes. A Redditor just uncovered PlayStation’s newest patent, which appears to paint a picture of possible trophies, and the fan-favored feature, backward-compatibility.
“Horizon Zero Dawn” Plus Multiple Indie and VR Games Slated as Next Free Content from PlayStation’s “Play at Home” 2021 Initiative
PlayStation’s “Play At Home” free games for March and April have just been revealed.
“Black Legend” is a turn-based RPG strategy game that was developed by Warcave and will release on March 25th
Developer 17-Bit have announced their latest entrant in the VR space, Song in the Smoke. 17-Bit have put out games like Galak-Z and Skulls of the Shogun on platforms ranging from Microsoft Windows and PlayStation/Xbox to the Windows Phone thus marking a directional change for them as they venture into […]
Step into the shoes of the Doom Marine as Doom 3 VR edition arrives March 29th to the Playstation 4 and will also be backwards compatible with the PlayStation 5. Doom 3: VR Edition features Doom 3 and its expansions, Resurrection of Evil and The Lost Mission, retooled for PS […]
Hazelight Studios’ founder and director recently sat down with Polygon to discuss the studio’s latest endeavor, as well as share concerns over the streaming model pioneered by Microsoft.