A new search algorithm implemented by Google last week has seen the traffic on some major torrent sites more than halve. TorrentFreak reports that sites that have received high numbers of copyright takedown requests have now been demoted in Google’s […]
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 […]
Yesterday the entire PSN was so slow that it was almost on it knees with people downloading new games that didn’t work after or were unable to play online. Because of this they have delayed driveclubs eu launch for now. […]
Publisher Activision is making the decision about which version of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to buy easier on PlayStation fans. The Sledgehammer Games-developed shooter is now cross-buy compatible on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. That means that if you […]
Originally to launch on November 11 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, The Crew will now release worldwide on December 2 and will also be getting a second console beta sometime in November. This is the second delay to hit […]
Sony just disclosed its financial results for the fiscal quarter between July 1st and September 30th 2014, showing solid results for the game division with an operating income of 200 million dollars. The company as a whole unfortunately posted a rather sizable oprating loss of 785 million dollars resulting in a net loss of 1.247 billion dollars.
Despite that, sales were up 7.2% compared to the same period last year, even thanks to the strong performance of the PS4, that also determined a strong increase in income from network services.
And the performance of Sony’s new console is indeed strong, with 3.3 million units shipped in the quarter, bringing the total up to a very flattering 13.5 million, making it the fastest selling console in its first fiscal year of sales.
Below you can see the detailed figures for the whole company and for the game division.
Following a recent trend, Neogaf user Macsta got COD: AW PS4 a lot earlier than release date (scheduled for 3th November worldwide if you preordered the Day Zero Edition, otherwise the game will be available the following day for everyone) and posted some screenshots on the popular board.
Durante, the creator of many resolution fixes for PC games (Dark Souls, Deadly Premonition and more) who recently developed his own downsampling software called GeDoSaTo, was called forth in order to try and understand the native resolution of COD: AW PS4, since it was never confirmed directly by Sledgehammer Games.
Native 1080p with ~8 pixel wide medium quality post-aa solution.
Ubisoft has talked a lot about the story improvements in the upcoming installment of Far Cry, due for release in November, but not a whole lot about other important aspects of the franchise, such as multiplayer.
PC Gamer USA has the scoop on the Far Cry 4 map editor, which has long been a key feature in the series, and it sounds like there’s a lot of fun to be had.
First of all, Game Director Patrik Methe acknowledged that in Far Cry 3, finding maps created by other players was too complicated and they wanted to fix that now.
Read more »
Share Play has three main functions, including sharing your screen with a friend and therefore allowing them to spectate. It also allows you to virtually pass your controller to a friend and watch them play.
In addition, the feature gives you the option of letting your friend join you as player two in a local multiplayer title.
Codenamed ‘Masamune’, the PS4’s 2.0 system update launches on October 28.