PlayStation 5

DOOM Eternal, Elder Scrolls Online confirmed for next-gen with free upgrades

DOOM Eternal, Elder Scrolls Online confirmed for next-gen with free upgrades

A number of developers have already announced plans to bring some of their current-generation games into the next generation, and today, Bethesda joined that list. Bethesda has announced that both The Elder Scrolls Online and DOOM Eternal will be coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X at some point in the future, and when they do, owners of either game on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will be able to upgrade to them for free.

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Take Two pulls back from more expensive Xbox Series X and PS5 games

Take Two pulls back from more expensive Xbox Series X and PS5 games

Heading into the next-generation of game consoles, one of the big question marks is price - not just the prices of the consoles themselves, which Sony and Microsoft have both conveniently avoided talking about thus far, but also the prices of the games made for these machines. Several weeks ago, we got an indication that game prices might be on the rise in the next generation thanks to Take Two and NBA 2K21, which will be priced at $70 on both Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.

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PlayStation versions of Marvel’s Avengers are getting a huge exclusive character

PlayStation versions of Marvel’s Avengers are getting a huge exclusive character

If you're looking forward to Crystal Dynamics' upcoming Avengers game and you're not planning to buy the game on PlayStation 4, it looks like you'll be missing out on a big piece of content. Crystal Dynamics and Sony announced today that none other than Spider-Man will be coming to the game next year, and when he does, he'll be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions.

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Next PlayStation State of Play announced: What to expect

Next PlayStation State of Play announced: What to expect

Throughout the year, Sony has been hosting a number of PlayStation State of Play presentations, and we're about to see the next one. Today, Sony confirmed that the next PlayStation State of Play will be happening later this week. Before you get too excited though, you should know that Sony has confirmed there won't be any "big PlayStation 5 announcements" during the show.

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Here are the PS4 accessories that will work with PS5

Here are the PS4 accessories that will work with PS5

As Sony has been revealing more information about the PlayStation 5, it's repeatedly suggested that a number of existing PlayStation 4 peripherals would be compatible with the new consoles. Today, Sony shared more specifics, revealing which accessories will be compatible and which will not. Generally, it seems that most first-party accessories will work with the PlayStation 5 to some degree, but there are some exceptions to keep in mind.

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PlayStation 5 might let you quickly jump into specific parts of a game

PlayStation 5 might let you quickly jump into specific parts of a game

The contest between consoles and gaming PC is waged on many fronts and one of the things that consoles always boast of, and something that Valve's Steam Machine practically conceded, is being a dedicated gaming machine. You start it up and are immediately dumped into a gaming hub, no fussing with an operating system or dealing with notifications from this or that software. There are still a few more layers in between players and their games but the PlayStation 5 might be doing away with at least one such layer, dumping gamers right in the middle of their game.

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PlayStation 5 hardware leak shows potential easy repairs, mods, upgrades

PlayStation 5 hardware leak shows potential easy repairs, mods, upgrades

Bits of the next Sony PlayStation video game console seem to have leaked this week from a production floor in Asia. The look of the PlayStation 5 isn't a secret - not on the outside, anyway. Sony already revealed what the console would look like from a couple of angles. The imagery we're seeing today gives us a bit of insight into how the console will feel in real life - a real-world sense of how these curves will really impact our lives the moment we start to tear the console down.

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Ubisoft next-gen game prices will stay the same – for now

Ubisoft next-gen game prices will stay the same – for now

As we head into the next generation of game consoles, there's a big question concerning video game prices. For years and years, video game prices have generally held steady at $60, and even though the price is inflated through Deluxe or Collector's Editions, DLC, and microtransactions, you can usually count on spending $60 and getting the game in some form.

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Spider-Man: Miles Morales ‘Performance Mode’ revealed

Spider-Man: Miles Morales ‘Performance Mode’ revealed

Spider-Man: Miles Morales has the distinction of being one of the first games revealed for the PlayStation 5 as well as one of the console's launch titles. Insomniac has slowly been releasing new details about the game since it was first revealed, and today, the company announced that Spider-Man: Miles Morales will offer a "Performance Mode" for those who want a balance of frame rate and resolution.

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PlayStation 5 leak clues in on pre-orders and new (old) compatibility

PlayStation 5 leak clues in on pre-orders and new (old) compatibility

A bit of HTML code leaked today from Sony official showing a few key details on the near-future of PlayStation. The PlayStation 5 will launch in the holiday season, 2020, and today a few bits of info leaked on pre-orders through the official PlayStation Shop. This leak appeared via the PlayStation Direct Shop, showing references to PlayStation 5 console pre-orders for both the regular and digital-only version of the machine.

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Astro’s Playroom on PS5 shows off DualSense features for the first time

Astro’s Playroom on PS5 shows off DualSense features for the first time

Earlier today, Geoff Keighley gave us our first real look at the PlayStation 5's DualSense controller as part of the Summer Game Fest. Though Sony has detailed the controller itself in the past, we've never really seen the controller in action. Today, Keighley's hands-on gave us a better idea of what to expect out of the DualSense gamepad.

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Here’s how to watch Geoff Keighley’s PS5 DualSense reveal today

Here’s how to watch Geoff Keighley’s PS5 DualSense reveal today

New gaming hardware is on the horizon, and normally, summer gaming conferences like E3 and Gamescom would be how consumers and press alike get some hands-on time with that hardware. The coronavirus pandemic brought those plans to a screeching halt, so now we have to settle for reveals that are a more remote in nature.

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