Playstation Gaming & News

Uncharted 4 is coming to PC according to Sony report

In a presentation released for Sony’s “Investor Relations” day today, Uncharted 4, previously a PlayStation 4 exclusive, appears on a slide under the heading “More PC releases planned.” Also on the slide is Days Gone, which hit the PC just last week. The slide, labeled “New Growth Vectors,” shows PC releases as a way for Sony to increase the return on investment on existing first-party games and “create new fans for our IP.” Considering Sony’s past statements that it plans to bring more games to PC, this one isn’t a shock. But Sony seems to have leaked this particular planned PC port in its investor report ahead of an official announcement. Sony is streaming a State of Play event on Thursday  27th May, where the first Horizon Forbidden West gameplay will debut. It’s possible the announcement will be made there, but that’s just a guess.

PS5 April Update brings new storage options and social features

First major PS5 console update lets you store PS5 games on USB extended storage, share gameplay across PS5 and PS4 consoles, and more. The first major system software update for the PS5 console is rolling out globally tomorrow, and it’s packed with new features and improvements. Our team is passionate about enhancing your experience on PlayStation in every possible way, so here’s a glimpse at what’s coming for PS5, PS4, and PlayStation App: PS5 Storage Expansion and Management Store PS5 Games on Compatible External USB Drives.* With this feature, you can now transfer your PS5 games to USB extended storage from your console’s internal storage. It’s a great way to extend the storage capabilities of your PS5 console, and you can seamlessly copy your PS5 games back to the console’s internal storage when you’re ready to play. It is faster to reinstall PS5 games from USB extended storage than to re-download…

Sony Unleashes 9 More Free PlayStation Games Including Subnautica, ABZÛ, And Rez Infinite

Sony’s “Play at Home” initiative continues with a huge stack of excellent games, including Astro Bot Rescue Mission and Subnautica, that are free to own for a limited time. No PlayStation Plus membership is required, meaning you can keep these games forever. From now through April 22nd at 11:59PM PT, the following titles will be free to claim for PS4 and PS5 users: ABZÛ, Enter the Gungeon, Rez Infinite, Subnautica, Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Moss, Thumper, and Paper Beast. The last four games require a PSVR headset to play. PS5 owners will need a PlayStation Camera adapter to use the headset with the console. Ratchet & Clank (available until 8:00 pm Pacific March 31) ABZÛ The Witness Enter the Gungeon Subnautica Rez Infinite (PSVR) Astro Bot Rescue Mission (PSVR) Moss (PSVR) Thumper Paper Beast (PSVR)

PS5 Aftermarket Cooling Fans Blow the Wrong Way

These PlayStation 5 cooling fans & cooling base accessories literally do nothing, and even worse, they make the performance worse. We apply our strict thermal & noise tests to accessories. It’s literally the first result/best seller when you search for “ps5 fans” so many good reviews too: https://www.amazon.com/Console-Cooling-Cooler-Playstation-Accessories/dp/B08PBJ7NMX/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=ps5+fan&qid=1613774483&sr=8-3

DAY 1 READY: FORTNITE ARRIVES NEXT WEEK ON XBOX SERIES X|S AND PS5

UPDATE (December 15, 2020) With the release of Fortnite v15.10, we’ve added 120 FPS support in Battle Royale/Creative modes on both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S! To play Battle Royale/Creative at 120 FPS on these new platforms, enter the Fortnite Video settings and toggle on “120 FPS Mode.” In order to achieve a consistent 120 FPS, max resolution on Xbox Series X and PS5 is lowered from 4K to 1440p in this mode. Shadow settings, postprocessing, and streaming distances are slightly reduced, but volumetric clouds, physical rim lighting, and high-quality shaders remain enabled. Fortnite players on Xbox Series S can turn on “120 FPS Mode” at 1080p resolution. (If 120 FPS Mode is turned off, the maximum resolution has been boosted from 1080p to 1200p in all game modes.) In 120 FPS Mode on Xbox Series S, shadow resolution and other settings are reduced and volumetric clouds are disabled. Please…

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