A new job listing on Rockstar's mainsite points to the company's Toronto division is currently working on an open-world release for next-gen titles
Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, has confirmed in a Tweet that the PS4's PlayStation Store will be streamlined to run more efficiently than current iteration on PS3.
In a recent interview, PS4 Lead Architect Mark Cerny speaks out on the console's flexible infrastructure, stating that the PS4 offers more customization than a PC and also sheds light on the supposed latency issues surrounding the system's GDDR5 memory.
China’s ancient (13 year long) ban on sale of game consoles might finally see an end (to the tyranny), reports South China Morning Post. Will this allow the Xbox One and PS4 to sell another billion?
GameStop has recently run out of pre-orders for Sony's PlayStation 4 console due to high demand; a scenario that the company had envisioned months ago has become a reality.
In a new report, the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One graphics processing units have been analyzed and compared one more time. No prizes for guessing which console comes out on top.
Sony Computer Entertainment’s Andrew House declares Sony is “returning to its original roots” with the PS4
SCE president and CEO Andrew House has spoken out on how the company's approach with the PS4 has put the consumers and developers above all else--a practice that has reaped many rewards for Sony so far.
Albert Penello, head of Xbox’s product planning, said in an interview in May that it is ultimately the games that matter, not the hardware specs of a console. He has now clarified as to what he meant by that statement. Microsoft cannot seem to catch a break. Ever since it has unveiled the Xbox
Xbox Product Planning executive Albert Penello argues that comparing the raw spec data of Microsoft's Xbox One console against Sony's PS4 is "meaningless" and a "pointless endeavor".
One of the major stories coming out of E3 this year was the price difference between the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One. How that price difference was achieved will probably not surprise you, but says something about Sony’s strategy.
Red Barrel’s stealth-horror game Outlast’s walkthrough demo is now online.
If you’re one of the millions that hopped onto the PlayStation 4 (PS4) wagon right after its E3 announcements, then we have some relatively good news. According to a supposed Media Markt poster, the PS4 will be released November 2013, which is just right before the Christmas shopping rush.
Microsoft confirmed that their games would launch at prices of $59.99 and although no one really expected anything different, it’s always good to get confirmation. This time it’s Sony’s turn.
Sony increases sales projections of PS4 & manufacturers reportedly begin shipping console components
After the immensely "favorable reactions" to Sony's next-gen PS4 at this year's E3 expo, Sony has raised sale projections for the console itself and has also admitted that "sales may outstrip supply" due to the high demand for the system.
Superman, Wonder-Woman and Batman could be fighting it out on both old and new Sony consoles by the end of this year.
The popular PS3 and PC shooter will be coming to the PlayStation 4 featuring Vita remote play.
The PlayStation 4 has been priced at $399. This is a competitive figure which will put to rest the idea that consoles will be made redundant by smartphones, says Sony’s Jack Tretton.
We went hands-on with Blacklight: Retribution on the PS4 and weighed the game's frenetic fast-paced FPS action that is coming to Sony's next-gen console as a free-to-play title.
Yesterday, Square Enix unveiled footage for their latest entry in the Final Fantasy franchise. Final Fantasy XV was originally touted to be a PS4 exclusive, based on the appearance during Sony’s conference, however, Square Enix have refuted those claims saying it will be on both PS4 and Xbox One.
Sony’s Jack Tretton stated in an interview with Game Trailers, that DRM will be “a decision for third-party games will be up to publishers”.