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PlayStation Black Friday Deals 2020

A week ahead of Black Friday sales event, PlayStation announces amazing deals on games, PlayStation Plus and more. Though there is still some time for Christmas shopping season to begin, PlayStation has already kick-started its promotional event for Black Friday this year, which begins from today and will be running until November 30, 2020. Sony console owners can save big this holiday on a huge selection of games, PlayStation Plus membership deal and much more. Depending on regional location of PS Store, players may get different discounted price worldwide. PlayStation Black Friday Deals 2020 RELATED: Dead Cells: Christmas Update Coming Soon Two of the acclaimed PS4 -exclusives released this year; Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us Part II are on sale now. Naughty Dog 's anticipated sequel is up for half of its original price and Sucker Punch 's samurai epic is at 33%. Essential hits on PS4 like Final Fantasy XIV Online , God of War , Marvel's Spider-Man: Game of

PlayStation 5 Logo Revealed at Sony CES 2020

Sony has revealed new official logo for upcoming PlayStation 5 gaming console at press event of CES 2020. In April 2019, Sony Interactive Entertainment lead system architect Mark Cerny came out revealing some major PlayStation 5  details and CEO Jim Ryan later announced a possible release window that is set for holiday 2020. It seemed a lot like Sony is still trying to keep final design of their next-generation console a secret for a little longer but has unveiled official logo for PS5 console, which didn't look like anything unexpected though. PlayStation 5 Logo Revealed at Sony CES 2020 RELATED: Sony Reveals PlayStation 5 Console Plans Showed off earlier in Sony 's CES 2020 press conference, new logo for PS5 follows their same slick style that they are using since PlayStation 2 . They clearly are not showing intention of slowing down in console war anytime soon. When PlayStation 5 finally arrives this year, it is said to have backwards compatibility to eve

PlayStation State of Play December 2019

December 2019 episode of PlayStation State of Play stream features latest news on upcoming new PS4 releases. In their latest and final episode of State of Play livestream for the year 2019, Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed a number of upcoming game announcements and important updates for PlayStation 4 platform. In high anticipation of upcoming reveals, fans were literally sitting on the edge of their couch to see what surprise Sony holds for them. Hopefully it is safe to say that they didn't disappoint at all and long-running rumors were confirmed. PlayStation State of Play December 2019 RELATED: Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey for Consoles Out Now Be ready to pleasure yourself and take a look at some of the explosive titles that are heading towards PS4 very soon. RELATED: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 1 Live Now Untitled Goose Game | Release Date Honking its way to console, everyone's favorite troublemaker from Untitle

Guerrilla Games' Hermen Hulst Becomes Head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios

Guerrilla Games managing director Hermen Hulst is moving over as head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios. As Sony Interactive Entertainment prepares for their next-generation console PlayStation 5 launch in holiday season of 2020, they are making a number of overhauls to shape up future of the company and move to a new direction. In one such recent move, managing director Hermen Hulst of Dutch video game developer studio Guerrilla Games has been promoted as new head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios, following departure of former studio head Shawn Layden. Guerrilla Games' Hermen Hulst Becomes Head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios RELATED: Job Listing Suggests Horizon Zero Dawn Sequel in Development? An official press release reveals that Hulst will join immediately in his new role and take over development of 14 internal studios. Meanwhile, current WWS president Shuhei Yoshida will join a new initiative of supporting independent developers. PlayStation CEO and Pre

Crash Bandicoot Game Teased in PlayStation Ad

Latest PlayStation ad from Sony might have teased brand-new Crash Bandicoot game awaiting reveal. Debuted back in 90's on PlayStation consoles, Crash Bandicoot franchise almost became an unofficial mascot for Sony 's gaming platform and even today, it is largely popular to a wide range of audience due to modern-day remasters. A recently released live-action commercial by PlayStation featuring renowned characters from many first and third part IPs, most likely has teased a brand-new game from the same series, rumored to be called Crash Bandicoot Worlds . Crash Bandicoot Game Teased in PlayStation Ad RELATED: Diablo 4 Will Have Cosmetic Micro-Transactions At one point at this ad titled "It's Time to Play" ( 0:11 ), Crash can be seen racing in his kart with an Aku-Aku mask floating alongside him and another never-before-seen one hovering around villain character Neo Cortex on that same frame. Given how much it costs to make an advert like that, no

PlayStation 5 to Release in Holiday 2020

Sony has officially revealed their next-gen console to be PlayStation 5, will be launching on holiday 2020. Only a few months back, lead system architect Mark Cerny of Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed some hardware plans for their upcoming next-gen PlayStation video game console he was working at back in April 2019. Though it is no longer a surprise at this point and kind of obvious that Sony will officially call it PlayStation 5 and CEO Jim Ryan has announced a launching window of holiday 2020 for their upcoming successor to PlayStation 4 . PlayStation 5 to Release in Holiday 2020 RELATED: Sony Reveals PlayStation 5 Console Plans PS5 will introduce a new controller that focuses on an immersive gameplay experience for players via sense of touch. SIE is going to replace their rumble technology of 5th generation of consoles with haptics feedback. Regardless of driving racing cars or exploring through various rough terrains, they all will feel different. S

PlayStation State of Play September 2019

September 2019 episode of PlayStation State of Play stream features latest news on upcoming new PS4 releases. In order to have their own broadcasting format, Sony Interactive Entertainment came up with State of Play livestream back in March and already released two episodes featuring anticipated titles announcement for PlayStation 4 platform. Back again today, for a third one filled with updates on new content and game reveals, Sony invites excited players to tune in but be sure to leave any expectation at the door of hearing any updates on next-gen console plans. PlayStation State of Play September 2019 RELATED: Final Fantasy 7 Remake Box Art Revealed Join in for another new episode of State of Play stream that bears major reveal everyone is waiting so long for. RELATED: Fortnite X Batman Limited Time Mode Humanity | Announced Scheduled for launching in 2020, Humanity is a mysterious new game from developer studio Enhance Games about how huma

Sony Acquires Insomniac Games

Sony has revealed acquiring Insomniac Games, acclaimed developer studio behind Marvel's Spider-Man for PS4. Even with their upcoming ninth-generation console system PlayStation 5 getting closer to launch, Japanese video gaming company Sony has been shying away from spotlight for a while and even skipped E3 2019 press event. A recent report revealed earlier today that Sony has acquired Insomniac Games , renowned California-based studio that worked on immensely successful 2018 superhero action-adventure game Marvel's Spider-Man for PlayStation 4 . Sony Acquires Insomniac Games RELATED: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2v2 Mode Alpha Announced This recent purchase has made Insomniac Games the fourteenth studio under Sony Interactive Entertainment . Founded back in 1994 by Ted Price as Xtreme Software, the studio remained independent for a 25 years period until now. Insomniac has made a name for themselves within the industry for their unique way of storytelling a

PlayStation State of Play May 2019

May 2019 episode of PlayStation State of Play stream features update on anticipated new PS4 releases. After having their first-ever State of Play broadcast stream back in March, Sony Interactive Entertainment has returned once again with its second episode to showcase announcements for some of the anticipated upcoming PlayStation titles. Some of these upcoming PS4 games are what keeping everyone on edge of their seats. Compared to their last show, May 2019 is relatively short and straight to the point while also faring a lot better than its first episode in terms of fan-reaction. PlayStation State of Play May 2019 RELATED: Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Announced Indulge yourself into the newest State of Play stream that comes bearing some of 2019's biggest announcements. RELATED: Apex Legends Comes to Mobile Predator: Hunting Grounds | Announced One of the deadliest creatures from sci-fi action horror genre we came across on movies was undoubtedly big

Sony Reveals PlayStation 5 Console Plans

Mark Cerny of Sony outlines what hardware features to expect from next-gen PlayStation console. Rumors are going around among gaming communities for some time that Sony Interactive Entertainment has been working on next-generation PlayStation console for some time and people are already calling it PlayStation 5 despite any official confirmation. Apparently, they were working on it for past four years now and most recently, lead system architect Mark Cerny spilled some beans about some planned outlines for the hardware in an exclusive interview with monthly magazine Wired . Sony Reveals PlayStation 5 Console Plans RELATED: Horizon Zero Dawn Sequel Confirmed by Voice Actor Sony plans for their next video game console to be powered by CPU based third-generation AMD Ryzen line of processor and GPU based on Radeon Navi series, a custom variant to support ray tracing and up to 8K resolutions. Ray tracing allows for simulating complex 3D environments and is common in Ho

PlayStation State of Play March 2019

PlayStation has broadcasted their first-ever State of Play 2019 stream with announcement for every major upcoming PS4 releases. While working on their next PlayStation console, Sony was steadily preparing for something similar to Nintendo Direct online presentation and perhaps that is one of the reasons for them announcing not to attend the E3 2019 convention earlier. They stated that they are exploring new ways to engage to their community and only a few days ago, Sony made a surprise announcement for State of Play live-stream to showcase new reveal, gameplay and trailers for upcoming titles. PlayStation State of Play March 2019 RELATED: Persona 5: The Royal Teaser Covering some of their biggest releases coming to 2019, PlayStation has wrapped up their first State of Play stream and we have it right here for you. RELATED: Final Fantasy XIV Reveals Dancer Job and Hrothgar Race for Shadowbringers Marvel's Iron Man VR | Announced Following their