On the PlayStation blog today, it was announced that Loadout, the insane free-to-play shooter game that lets gamers get as awkward as they do violent, will be arriving on the PlayStation 4. The game is arriving to Sony's offering as a console exclusive.
Sony will be giving gamers a new option for watching its upcoming E3 press conference: your local movie theater. The company announced on its blog today that a live version of its PlayStation E3 2014 press conference will be shown at movie theaters across the United States, bringing with it some extra content and exclusive footage.
China is really everyone's darling market these days. Just after Microsoft announced that it plans to make its Xbox One consoles available in the country, Sony has formed two new ventures that heralds the coming of the PlayStation, in one form or another, to the formerly closed gaming market of China.
Xbox One will get support for real names, external drives, and turning SmartGlass phones and tablets into universal remotes with OneGuide support in an update in June, Microsoft has announced today. The new system update for the console will address some of what Microsoft says are the most-requested features, such as expanding storage when the Xbox One's own internal drive is full.
Sony has announced a dozen upcoming indie titles for the PlayStation 4 and the PS Vita, among them being the relatively well-known side-scroller Nidhogg, as well as a variety of other games. Each developer introduced their title on the PlayStation Blog today, and we've a couple videos for you after the jump.