It’s a new month and a new look for PlayStation Now! We’ve completely redesigned the PS Now subscription app on PS4 to create a richer, more visual experience that makes it even easier for you to browse the catalog of 125+ games available.
In the new app, you’ll see curated categories of games organized by theme, as well as more detailed game pages with descriptions, images, and videos.
Hi everyone! Later today, following the PlayStation Store publish, we’re debuting six new Ultimate Editions for six games paired with all their playable DLC, available only on PlayStation Store. As part of our Ultimate Deals, we’re making these new Ultimate Editions, along with some great existing Ultimate Editions, available for up to 67% off, with even more savings – up to 75% off – for PS Plus members.
Hey Shapers! It’s been two years since Sound Shapes originally launched on PS3 and PS Vita, and less than a year since its debut on PS4 (Pretty awesome on PS4, eh?). So first we want to THANK YOU for your continued support of Sound Shapes. It’s amazing to see all of the great levels that the community has made. The creativity is really mind blowing to see.
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.
Hey, this is Nathan Gary over at Sony Santa Monica with some great news for PlayStation fans. For years, the team here at Santa Monica Studio has been pushing the boundaries of gaming with small, innovative games. Now, some of our best titles are making the jump to new PlayStation platforms — including PS4.
Everyone has the friends who know all the new bands and all the cool music, who make the mixtapes and the killer roadtrip soundtracks, the friends who you always ask, “What are you listening to?”
We made some good friends creating Sound Shapes, the kind of friends that are deep into games and music. So with Sound Shapes being all about games and music too, we just had to ask them, “So what are you playing?”
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