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  1. Sony has 25 PS5 games in the works, including characters you’ve never seen That’s a lot of games Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Sony is apparently looking to release more than 25 PlayStation 5 games under its PlayStation Studios brand. And “nearly half” of them will not be sequels or spinoffs, according to Wired’s interview with PlayStation Studio lead (and former Guerrilla Games managing director) Hermen Hulst. That could theoretically be a lot more games than the four first-party Sony titles we already know about: Hori
  2. Sony thinks the PS5 shortage could continue into next year Sony has reportedly warned that it could struggle to meet PS5 demand next year too. The news comes after Nintendo warned of possible Switch shortages later this year. Credit: Oliver Cragg / Android Authority Getting a PS5 is a rather tough challenge right now due to the ongoing industry chip shortage. But there’s bad news for those hoping the console becomes easier to find. Sony held a private briefing with analysts after reporting its recent financial resul
  3. Sony Drops Its Remaining DSLR Cameras as it Goes Full Mirrorless Image: Sony Sony is already the largest seller of full-frame mirrorless cameras, and it seems as it continues to make waves in that market, Sony has finally decided to discontinue its few remaining DSLR cameras. As first spotted by SonyAlphaRumors.com, not only has Sony removed all of its A-mount cameras from its website including the a99 II and a77 II, third-party retailers such as B&H now also list those cameras as “no longer available.” Now technically, Sony’s older A-mount DS
  4. Sony launches PlayStation 5 console in China ahead of Microsoft’s Xbox KEY POINTS Sony officially launched its PlayStation 5 console in China on Thursday ahead of its rival Microsoft. The disc version of the PS5 will retail at 3,899 yuan ($602) while the digital-only model is priced at 3,099 yuan. Sony’s PS5 will compete with the Nintendo Switch which was launched in China in 2019. In this photo illustration a PlayStation 5 logo seen displayed on a smartphone. Mateusz Slodkowsk
  5. PlayStation Now will roll out support for 1080p streaming starting this week It’s rolling out over the next several weeks Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Sony will begin rolling out support for 1080p streaming with PlayStation Now beginning this week, upping the streaming quality from the cloud gaming service’s previous 720p cap. “The rollout will occur over the next several weeks across Europe, US, Canada, and Japan, where PlayStation Now is available,” Sony said in a tweet. PlayStation Now will begin rolling out support for
  6. Disney inks a huge Sony deal to bring Spider-Man and other films to Disney Plus and Hulu Disney adds to its web of Marvel content Photo: Sony Pictures Entertainment Disney and Sony Pictures have signed a multi-year “content licensing agreement” that will bring new Sony theatrical releases, starting with its 2022 films, to Disney-owned platforms. The deal also gives Disney the rights to many of Sony’s older films, including Spider-Man titles — meaning that movies starring the web-slinger, which are notably absent from Disney Plus’ collection of Marvel fi
  7. Sony admits it made ‘wrong decision’ and will keep PS3, Vita stores open The PSP store is still shutting down on July 2nd Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Sony has announced that it’ll be keeping its PS3 and PlayStation Vita digital storefront open “for the foreseeable future.” The PSP’s store will still be shut down on July 2nd, 2021, as originally planned. “Upon further reflection, however, it’s clear that we made the wrong decision here. So today I’m happy to say that we will be keeping the PlayStation Store operational for PS3 and PS Vita d
  8. ‘Days Gone’ hits Steam and Epic Games Store on May 19th Sony's survival horror game will have 21:9 ultra-wide monitor support on PC. Bend Studio/PlayStation Studios Sony has announced when you’ll get to play Days Gone on PC. The survival horror game is coming to Steam, Epic Games Store and other digital storefronts on May 19th and it’ll cost $50. A PC gameplay trailer showed off some of the features you can expect from the port. Days Gone will have visual upgrades, unlocked framerates and 21:9 ultra-wide mo
  9. Sony will announce its next Xperia phone on April 14th It might launch a new phone called the Xperia 1 III. Sony Sony has quietly updated the official Xperia page's YouTube banner to reveal that it's announcing a new product in a couple of weeks. As noticed by Droid Life, the banner says the company is launching a new Xperia product on April 14th at 4:30PM Japan time or 3:30AM Eastern time in the US. Seeing as Sony used Xperia's YouTube banner for the announce reveal, it'll likely stream the event on the video platform. Th
  10. Sony acquires fighting game tournament Evo Evo. Image Credit: Sony Sony announced today that it and a new venture called RTS have acquired Evo, the annual fighting game tournament. Evo started in 1996 and has become the most prolific annual fighting game tournament in the world. During that time, it had remained independent, although it attracted plenty of sponsors. Now, one of the biggest names in gaming owns Evo. Sony notes that Evo cofounders Tom and Tony Cannon “… will remain closely involved in an advisory role to ensure Evo continues t
  11. Sony reveals next-gen PlayStation VR controller for PS5 PlayStation 5 VR controllers will incorporate DualSense tech Photo: Sony Interactive Entertainment Sony gave PlayStation fans a peek at the next generation of its PlayStation VR controllers on Thursday, promising “stronger immersion with adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, [and] finger-touch detection” for the PlayStation 5 virtual reality system. Hideaki Nishino, senior VP of platform planning and management at Sony Interactive Entertainment, described the next-gen PSVR controlle
  12. Sony's new 4K TVs with 'cognitive' CPUs are rolling out, VRR will follow later New 2021 4K TVs with HDMI 2.1 are starting to reach stores, but these high-end Sony Bravias aren't cheap. Sony Just a couple of months ago Sony announced its new line of Bravia XR TVs for 2021, including both OLED and LCD models. Several high-end models will include a Cognitive Processor XR that tries to mimic the way your brain processes images by surveying each frame of video and picking out the most important zones to optimize. Now the new TVs are startin
  13. Modders improve Sony's PS5 design by adding a water block and LED lighting The custom faceplates and detachable controller holder are nice touches, too Cool (pun intended): The first thing that most people want to do after receiving their extremely hard-to-get PlayStation 5 is hook it up and try it out. Modding Cafe had another idea for its unboxing. The Vietnamese modding team had a plan from the start to rig up the world's first water-cooled PS5. Modding Cafe started its project by completely disassembling the PS5. Pretty much everything not soldered
  14. Gran Turismo 7 Delayed Into 2022 “GT7 has been impacted by Covid-related production challenges and therefore will shift from 2021 to 2022." Gran Turismo 7 has been delayed into 2022. Sony has announced that the latest entry in the PlayStation-exclusive racing sim franchise, Gran Turismo 7 is now planned for a release next year, after pandemic-related production issues. In a statement provided to GQ and confirmed to IGN, a Sony spokesperson wrote: “GT7 has been impacted by Covid-related production challenges and therefore will shift from 2021 to 2022. With the
  15. Sony says more PlayStation games are coming to PC, starting with Days Gone It’ll arrive on PC this spring Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Sony is planning to bring more of its PlayStation games to PC. First up will be Days Gone this spring, Sony president and chief executive officer Jim Ryan told British GQ. Developer Bend Studio also confirmed the news via Twitter, adding: “Stay tuned for more details.” In the past, Sony has shown reluctance to port games to PC, though it notably eased its stance last year when it announced Gu
  16. Sony announces PlayStation 5 VR headset Next-gen PlayStation VR won’t launch until at least 2022 A photo of the first-generation PlayStation VR headset. The new PS5 headset’s design has not yet been revealed. Photo: Sony Interactive Entertainment Sony confirmed Tuesday that it’s working on the next-generation of its PlayStation VR system, offering first details on the new hardware coming to PlayStation 5. The next-gen PlayStation VR will offer “dramatic leaps in performance and interactivity” and “an even greater sense of presence,” Hideaki Nishino of Sony In
  17. Sony PlayStation 5 SoC die pictured up close Fritzens Fritz delivers the first photos of the Sony PS5 System on a Chip. Unlike Microsoft who was quick to showcase its Xbox Series S and X die shots, Sony has never shown what is under the hood of the PS5 System on a Chip. It has been months since PS5 was introduced, but only now we get to see a chip codenamed AMD Flute up close. Play Station 5 SoC, Source: Fritzchens Fritz The Sony PS5 SoC codenamed known as Oberon or Ariel is based on AMD technology (Flute is AMD codename). It features both AMD Zen
  18. Law firm files PS5 DualSense drift class action against Sony Stick 'em-up. A US law firm has filed a class action against Sony over alleged PlayStation 5 DualSense drift. This week Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith (CSK&D), the firm behind the ongoing class action against Nintendo over Joy-Con drift, asked affected customers to get in touch via an online form. Clearly, that call to action did the trick. The DualSense lawsuit has now been filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York on behalf of a plai
  19. Sony May Be Working on a Back Button Attachment for PS5's DualSense Controller Bringing it back. Sony is seemingly looking at developing its back button attachment for the PlayStation 5's DualSense controller, according to a new patent. A new 'controller add-on device with customizable presets' document was published on the World Intellectual Property Organization database on February 4, which suggests that Sony wants to develop the accessory to function with the PS5's gamepad. According to the patent, Sony filed the required paperwork on June 29, 2020, and the doc
  20. Sony sold 4.5 million PlayStation 5 consoles last year A similar figure to the PS4 launch Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Sony shipped 4.5 million PlayStation 5 units worldwide in 2020, as revealed by information published alongside the company’s latest earnings report. The number highlights Sony’s current ability to mass-produce the console, which has been extremely difficult to buy since its launch in November. Demand for the PlayStation 4 dropped dramatically year-on-year, with 1.4 mi
  21. Leaked Sony Xperia 1 III images showcase triple-camera setup, side-mounted fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm audio jack, and more Thanks to prolific leaker @OnLeaks, we have our first look at Sony's upcoming Xperia 1 III flagship smartphone. It features three rear cameras; one of which is a periscope lens. A side-mounted fingerprint sensor, an all-glass body and a programmable button are also included. Here's what the sony Xperia 1 III has in store for us (image via @OnLeaks) Some time ago, we got our first glimpse at Sony's upcoming mid-range Xperia 10 III sm
  22. Sony Xperia Pro finally launched: A phone with last year’s processor for $2,500 Sony has launched the Xperia Pro smartphone in the US. It offers HDMI-input support so you can use it as a camera monitor. The phone has a price tag of $2,500. Sony announced the Xperia 1 II back in February 2020, while also revealing plans to offer an Xperia Pro smartphone. Unfortunately, we didn’t hear much about the latter device since then. Now, Sony has finally launched the Xperia Pro in the US (no European release unfortunately), and it raises o
  23. These are Sony’s first 360-degree audio speakers Your first look at the upcoming SRS-RA5000 and SRS-RA3000 speakers Sony’s SRS-RA5000 speaker. Image: Sony Earlier today, Sony announced that it would be releasing two new speakers compatible with 360 Reality Audio, its spatial audio technology that replicates the feel of live music by placing different sounds and vocals in a virtual sphere around you. It said its plan is to release them this spring, but it didn’t share what the speakers would look like. We didn’t have to wait to learn more about them, though, a
  24. Sony’s 2021 TV lineup runs Google TV and fully embraces HDMI 2.1 Variable refresh rate, 4K at 120Hz, ALLM, and eARC are standard across the line Image: Sony Last year’s TV lineup from Sony took a bit of criticism since several sets were unable to take advantage of next-gen gaming features on the PlayStation 5 that shipped in November. Even if you look right now, the spread of HDMI 2.1 features is pretty sad. Sony never really acknowledged this as a mistake, believing that customers purchase its TVs for different
  25. Sony is officially discontinuing most PS4 models — what you need to know If you want a brand new PS4, now is the time to buy one (Image credit: Tom's Guide) Update: 11.30 a.m. ET: Japanese outlet GameWatch is reporting that Sony has confirmed it will be discontinuing all but one PS4 model in Japan. Only the 500GB PS4 Slim will remain in production as Sony Japan pivots its attention to the PS5. That means all other PS4 models, including the PS4 Pro, have been discontinued with no new stock on the way. There's no official word on what's happening to
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