PlayStation 5 Gets a Massive Update: All You Need to Know

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PlayStation5 is receiving its second major software update that brings 3D audio support for TV speakers, M.2 SSD storage expansion capabilities, Control Center customisation, new social features for Game Base, updated game titles in the Game Library, and network tests … Read More

PlayStation Plus Free Games Announced for September

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PlayStation Plus players will get three new games in the month of September — Overcooked! All You Can Eat, Hitman 2, and Predator: Hunting Grounds. Two out of the three games will be available for PlayStation 4 players with the … Read More

PSVR 2 to Offer OLED HDR Displays, 110-Degree Field of View: Report

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PlayStation VR 2 will reportedly have two OLED displays that will support high-dynamic-range (HDR) video — that should make it brighter, more vibrant with an expanded colour spectrum, and capable of deeper blacks and more powerful whites. The original PSVR … Read More

Konami’s PES Is Now Free-to-Play eFootball With Full Crossplay Support

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Pro Evolution Soccer is in for an overhaul — the biggest since its inception. Konami announced Wednesday that its football simulation title is being rechristened simply as eFootball, after a couple of years carrying the unwieldy title “eFootball PES.” But … Read More

Sony Unveils New PS5 DualSense Controller Colourways Inspired by the Galaxy

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PS5 DualSense controllers have arrived in two new colourways that Sony will start selling soon. The two variants add to the black and white default controller that was launched along with the PlayStation 5 last year. Cosmic Red and Midnight … Read More

Wrath of the Druids: What to Expect From Assassin’s Creed Valhalla DLC

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Asassin’s Creed Valhalla is back for more. On May 13, Ubisoft will roll out Wrath of the Druids, the first paid downloadable content expansion for its Vikings-inspired Valhalla game that will take you to 9th-century Ireland. You will continue to … Read More

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