The next wave of PS VR titles is on the way… and it's arguably the strongest lineup yet. Read More
Hey Battlefield players, my name is Lars Gustavsson and I’m the Senior Producer on Battlefield V, which comes to PlayStation 4 this October.
You may have heard by now that the next Battlefield experience takes place during World War 2. For those of you who have been with us from the start, you’ll know it’s a return to the era where it all began for the veteran series.
The Evasion team is focused on one big goal: to offer a shooter designed for VR that delivers on everything we love about FPSes. We want to evoke that fast, frantic feeling that you get from games like Doom and Borderlands where you’re ducking behind cover to avoid a barrage of attacks, laying down suppression fire as your teammate hacks a gate, or racing down a corridor with enemies around every corner. After almost two years building our dream game for VR, we are delighted to announce that Evasion is being released on PlayStation VR, with custom support for the Aim Controller.
Hello, everyone. I’m Nicolas Doucet, creative director and producer at Japan Studio. It is a great honor to share details about a new game we have been working on. On behalf of Asobi! Team and Japan Studio, I am pleased to announce our brand new title for PlayStation VR: Astro Bot Rescue Mission.
Like a high-profile title fight gearing up for the first bell, Survios’s Creed: Rise to Glory continues to grow with hype and anticipation leading up to its fall 2018 release. We’re thrilled to bring the cinematic drama of training with the legendary Rocky Balboa and duking it out with a variety of champions in the sport’s most renowned rings to PlayStation VR.
Have you ever finished a game only to be left wanting more? Well, PlayStation Store knows how you feel! During the Extended Play sale we’re offering some of the best AAA titles with loads of extra content.
Let’s answer the question you’re probably wondering. Yes, Call of Duty Black Ops 4 is a big, big improvement on Black Ops 3. It’s drop-dead gorgeous, highly responsive, and, even in its pre-release state, already a hell of a lot of fun. The multiplayer gameplay eliminates the polarizing movement features that marked the Black Ops 3 and Infinite Warfare era, and it’s a change for the better.
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