Update: Sony has confirmed the details below, saying the update is available to selected users now for purposes of testing. Original story: The next PS4 firmware update, 5.0, is said to support 1080p, 60 frames-per-second Twitch streaming on PS4 Pro.

Horizon: Zero Dawn’s “The Frozen Wilds” expansion will head to PS4 and PS4 Pro in November, Sony today detailed. The news was dropped on the PlayStation Blog alongside a new teaser for the content. The expansion was first announced at

Update 2: The controller is now confirmed for a 6 September release in Australia. Update: Sony Australia has confirmed the controller will be available from Spring 2018. A bit of a wait, sure, but at least we get it. Original story: Sony

Update: PlayStation Australia has confirmed the bundle in our region. Like Europe, pricing wasn’t provided. We’ve gone back asking for further details. Original story: A white PS4 Pro will soon be available as part of a bundle with the upcoming

Free to PlayStation Plus users from this very second, That’s You! Is Sony’s first PlayLink title and a direct competitor to the likes of similar, social games in Jackbox Games’ Jackbox Party Pack range. It’s a very worthy competitor. First

Ah, Crash Bandicoot. You whipper snappers mightn’t know this — the poor l’il guy’s been whored out to mindless sequels and Skylanders more than Spyro the Dragon – but he was cool once. Really cool. In a time where kids

Ahead of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy‘s launch on PS4 tomorrow, Stevivor sat down with Nicholas Ruepp, Executive Producer at Vicarious Visions, to discuss the remastered bundle of Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped. Steve Wright, Stevivor: What’s

Microsoft is recruiting for a game similar to Horizon: Zero Dawn, a recently discovered job posting reveals. The posting, found by MSPowerUser (via Kotaku) first appeared on LinkedIn. First published two months ago, it is on the hunt for a Lead

Destiny 2 is 30 frames per second on the powerful Xbox One X because it’s been optimised for that, Bungie’s Mark Noseworthy has confirmed. Noseworthy rebuked claims that Destiny 2 will run at 30fps simply because that’s the frame rate on Sony’s competing

Destiny 2 is delayed on PC because Bungie wants to make sure it’s done right, it today confirmed. “We want to make sure that we’re building a product that we feel is worthy of the PC gaming community,” Destiny Community Manager David

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy’s “special… announcement during E3” wasn’t about Crash Team Racing, but Crash’s sister Coco. Activision used the conference to confirm that Coco will be playable all throughout N.Sane Trilogy. “We are so excited to give players the ability

Microsoft has used E3 2017 to detail the Xbox One X (formerly Project Scorpio), and we’ve put it head-to-head with Sony’s PS4 Pro to see how each stacks up. Take a look at the stats below and judge accordingly. Xbox

Destiny 2 will be locked to 30 frames per second (fps) on all consoles including the beefed-up PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, Bungie’s Luke Smith recently confirmed. “It’s 30 frames per second on all consoles,” Smith told Geoff Keighley,

Sony’s E3 2017 press conference has concluded, and we’ve all the first- and third-party news bundled in one convenient place for you, dear reader. Here’s what you may have missed: First-party Days Gone: New gameplay shown at E3 Detroit: Become

Horizon: Zero Dawn was the second game highlighted at Sony’s E3 press conference, with new DLC pack “The Frozen Wilds” detailed. As you can expect, the DLC is pretty chilly. Get it? ‘Cause snow and stuff? We’ll have more on “The

Sony is the second first-party publisher to host its E3 2017 press conference. Expect a bunch of games to detract from Microsoft’s Project Scorpio. You can watch Sony’s press conference live, below. Time and date WA: 9.00 am (13 June) SA,