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PlayStation 5 - let's find out the loading time compared to PlayStation 4

It will take some time before finding out real details about Sony's next-generation console, the 5 PlayStation. However, today, some interesting details have emerged about ...

PlayStation Productions, new label for TV series and movies directly from Sony

Sony has announced the birth of the PlayStation Productions label, with which it will create and publish films and TV series based on its video game IPs.
Microsoft

Microsoft and Sony united for cloud gaming, the beginning of a new era

Sony and Microsoft have announced that they will work together to develop a cloud gaming platform that can look ever closer to the future.
Predator Hunting Grounds

Predator Hunting Grounds - Revealed during the State of Play event

Predator Hunting Grounds, the new title taken from the Alien film series, was revealed to the players during Sony's State of Play event. If you thought that a return of the biggest and deadliest hunter in the galaxy ...
EA Access Playstation

EA Access also available for Playstation 4

Several major video games are betting a lot on the future of video game distribution. While today we are now firmly rooted in the digital delivering era, there will come a day when maybe most of the games will be ...
State of Play

New PlayStation State of Play live on the May 9

The first State of Play, a live Nintendo Direct style, aired in March and the company announced the next episode

Spider-Man: Far From Home - unveiled the post-Avengers Italian trailer: Endgame

Sony and Marvel, today, released a new Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. Before seeing the trailer Tom Holland (the actor who plays the Spider Man), invited those who ...
the last of us part ii

The Last of Us Part II, we could see something before E3

In a discussion of Resetera on The Last of Us Part II there was talk of the possible date of publication of the game and an insider gave a clue.

The 2020 Call of Duty will be developed again by Treyarch

In the past few hours Kotaku has reported interesting news regarding the 2020 Call of Duty, which apparently will be developed again by Treyarch. While...

Electronic Arts shows the most realistic hair ever thanks to ...

Electronic Arts presented an updated version of its Frostbite graphics engine with a video showing how hair is made.

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