Later today, the next system software update for PlayStation 4 (version 1.51) will be available. With this minor required update, stability of system software has been improved. In addition, minor refinements to elements of the system UI (such as clearly indicating when a user downloads a game and a game patch at the same time) have been introduced.
Excited by The Last of Us Story DLC announcement last week? Well now you can pre-order “Left Behind” so you’ll be all set when the content releases later this year. There’s also a few new games on the market to pick up like NBA Live 14 on PlayStation 4 and Need for Speed Rivals on PlayStation 3. There are plenty of other PS3 titles as well, including Contrast, Soulcalibur II HD Online, Stick It To the Man, and Young Justice: Legacy.
We’ve been playing with the PlayStation 4 for a while, because we’ve been preparing Sound Shapes for this screaming fast new machine. Sound Shapes doesn’t exactly push the hardware, but it sure looks sweet! We’ve also added new functionality with DualShock 4′s touchpad, light bar, and speakers. It also takes advantage of PS4′s social features, like the new Share button that allows you to easily livestream your game with friends and share vids of your levels.
This generation, your epic moments are meant to be shared, and the Share Button makes it easier than ever to show the world your greatness.
Killzone Shadow Fall has evolved for the new generation, and will be exploding with stunning graphics and intense heroic moments that you can capture and share with your friends and the gaming community.
In the wake of the PS4 launch, the world of PlayStation continues to grow with paper platforming, rubber-burning races, online fighters, shadow puzzles, anime antics, and… farming?!
With the launch of Super Motherload and PS4 today, we count ourselves lucky to be among the small number of indie games available at launch, helping to make good on Sony’s promise to support innovation from small teams. What we don’t push in polygons, we hope to make up in truly social gameplay experiences that keep drawing you back. For the next puzzle, the next Special Upgrade, and of course your next grudge-match against pals.