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Apple Music lands on PlayStation 5 with an odd feature

Apple Music lands on PlayStation 5 with an odd feature

If you're an Apple Music subscriber who happens to own a PlayStation 5, then here's a bit of good news: Apple Music is available on the PlayStation 5 as of today. While the app functions mostly as you'd expect a music streaming app on a console to function, it seems the Apple Music app on the PS5 has some interesting functionality to it.

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PS5 and PS4 State of Play live: How to watch and why

PS5 and PS4 State of Play live: How to watch and why

As announced last week, Sony is hosting another State of Play presentation later today. While the last one, which happened toward the beginning of September, focused mainly on first-party games heading to the PS5, this one will be quite a bit different. Today we'll hear more about third-party projects in the works for both PS5 and PS4, so whether you haven't managed to get your hands on the hard-to-find PS5 yet or are just sticking with the PS4 for now, this is still worth tuning into.

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Returnal version 2.0 update adds a long-requested feature

Returnal version 2.0 update adds a long-requested feature

Returnal made some waves when it launched for PlayStation 5 earlier this year, and now the game is being updated to version 2.0. Returnal developer Housemarque detailed the version 2.0 update today, and while it doesn't seem to be an extensive update, it does add two big features. The first is a "Suspend Cycle" feature that will allow users to save their progress in the middle of a cycle and return to it later.

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Another PlayStation State of Play is happening next week

Another PlayStation State of Play is happening next week

It hasn't been that long since the last PlayStation State of Play, but that isn't stopping Sony from hosting another one. Today, Sony announced that another State of Play will be happening next week. Still, unlike the previous one that focused primarily on PlayStation 5 games, this one will focus on upcoming games for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

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Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition release date revealed

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition release date revealed

Earlier this month, Rockstar Games confirmed long-running rumors which claimed that it was working on modern remasters of Grand Theft Auto III and its two sequels, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. However, while Rockstar's announcement contained a fair number of details about the remastered trilogy - which is somewhat annoyingly called Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition - it left one out one key detail: the release date.

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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands trailer shows off tabletop gaming inspiration

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands trailer shows off tabletop gaming inspiration

Revealed earlier this year during Summer Game Fest, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands seems like something of a departure from the standard Borderlands formula. Today, we're getting a better idea of just how big of a departure it will be, as the very first developer diary has gone live with an overview of how Tiny Tina's Wonderlands will play. Alongside that, a new trailer dives into details such as combat, exploration, and even two of the character classes.

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Among Us Xbox Series X, PS5, previous-gen console release date confirmed

Among Us Xbox Series X, PS5, previous-gen console release date confirmed

Among Us enjoyed a massive rise in popularity during the pandemic, and in the time since then, we've seen the game slowly spread to other platforms. While the Among Us got its start on iOS, Android, and Steam, it has since launched on Nintendo Switch, the Epic Games Store, and Xbox Game Pass for PC. Today, we finally learned when Among Us will be heading to Xbox and PlayStation consoles, and even better is the news that it'll be on those platforms before the end of the year.

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Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3 PS5 and Xbox Series X versions delayed

Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3 PS5 and Xbox Series X versions delayed

It looks like fans of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 are going to be waiting a bit longer for the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of those games. While both next-gen versions were slated to release at some point later this year, now both will miss those release windows. Instead of launching this year, CD Projekt Red has confirmed that both games will be arriving in 2022.

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Newest No Man’s Sky Expedition is all about gigantic sandworms

Newest No Man’s Sky Expedition is all about gigantic sandworms

No Man's Sky is getting something of a mini-update today with the arrival of Expedition Four. While not one of the fully-fledged updates we're used to seeing every quarter or so, No Man's Sky fans will want to check out this Expedition, as it features gigantic sandworms in a new narrative. For that reason, we're guessing fans of Dune who are excited about the new movie might want to check this out as well.

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Elden Ring delayed as closed beta registration opens

Elden Ring delayed as closed beta registration opens

Those looking forward to Elden Ring have been waiting a long time for the game to come out, and today that wait got a little longer. From Software announced today that Elden Ring has been delayed. While it's always sad to hear of a delay, the good news is that this one isn't very long, so gamers who can't wait for Elden Ring won't have to wait too much longer.

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PlayStation 5 just broke multi-year Nintendo Switch hot streak

PlayStation 5 just broke multi-year Nintendo Switch hot streak

For nearly three years, the Nintendo Switch has reigned supreme when it comes to hardware sales in the United States. As the previous generation wound down and the new generation began ramping up, the Nintendo Switch found itself on top of NPD's sale charts month after month. But, in September, that all changed when the Switch was finally unseated by a new top-seller: The PlayStation 5.

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Dragon Age 4 may leave Xbox One, PlayStation 4 behind

Dragon Age 4 may leave Xbox One, PlayStation 4 behind

We've known for a while now that Dragon Age 4 is in the works over at BioWare, but both the developer and its owner, Electronic Arts, have been mostly quiet about it over the past couple of years. We may not know when Dragon Age 4 is going to release, but today we're learning that when it finally gets here, it may genuinely be a current-generation game, launching for Xbox Series X, PS5, and PC while leaving the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 behind.

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