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PS4’s upcoming system software 2.00, codenamed Masamune, adds some big features including Share Play, YouTube support, and Themes. Below you will find a brief overview of the information shared with the gamers from the playstation blog. It’s worth noting the […]
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PS4’s upcoming system software 2.00, codenamed Masamune, adds some big features including Share Play, YouTube support, and Themes.
Below you will find a brief overview of the information shared with the gamers from the playstation blog.
It’s worth noting the video improvements are something we’ve all been waiting for and it’s good to see Sony pulling out the stops to deliver, now all they need to do is work on the PSN servers..right?
Here is a quick rundown of the features and how they work:
Ahead of Warlords of Draenor’s release on November 13, Blizzard this week launched the free Iron Tide content update for World of Warcraft. It includes the following (via Blizzard’s official descriptions):
-“Iron Horde Incursion” World Event: players looking to upset the Iron Horde invasion can journey to the Blasted Lands to face down the onslaught and venture into the revamped five-player version of the Upper Blackrock Spire dungeon
-New Character Models: several of the game’s original races are new and improved, with increased resolution as well as updated animations and facial expressions
-Interface Improvements: questing is now easier than ever with an updated quest log and inventory changes, including a Toy Box for the fun items players acquire through their adventures
-Character and Class Changes: myriad character- and class-specific updates are now live, making this a great time for players to refamiliarize themselves with their characters ahead of the expansion’s November 13 launch
You can see a full list of changes and features for the Iron Tide update through the patch notes.
If you’ve been following the rumor mill regarding Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, you’ve likely heard that there’s a rumored fourth game mode. Today’s news won’t confirm or discredit that, but it does let us know that zombies will be featured in Advanced Warfare.
A Call of Duty forum combed through the achievements of the game and noticed a previously secret achievement called “Exo Survivor” had an interesting image. The image, which you can see above, features what appears to be zombies wearing exoskeleton suits.
The description for the achievement/trophy reads as follows: “Successfully complete the Exo Survival Bonus Wave.” While we’ve been given a taste of what Exo Survival has to offer in Advanced Warfare, it appears that we still have a lot to learn. It should be noted that this only means that zombies will be in a bonus wave for Exo Survival, and does not confirm a fourth game mode.
In previous Call of Duty games, we’ve only seen zombies stumble around as they chased us. Now we’re looking at zombies that have exoskeletons? That should be for an intense bonus wave in the game’s cooperative mode.
What do you think about zombies being included in the Exo Survival mode? Are you still hoping for a fourth game mode to be revealed?
Minecraft is still selling well on the ps4 and other consoles and the PlayStation Vita Edition will finally be available to download from next Wednesday, 15th October, developer 4J Studios has announced.
That date applies to European Vita owners only, however. There’s no word yet on when the game will be released in North America.
With all of Minecaft’s planned console editions now released, 4J Studios’ next task will be to update all five versions to the PC’s edition’s 1.6 build – otherwise known as the Horse update.
Which brings horses, beacons for status effects and decor.
Should keep fans intrested if they can pull off an update in a timely fashion.