Xbox One exclusive Gears of War 4 might not be as exclusive as we initially thought - a listing on a UK games retailer has the it marked for Xbox One and PC.
Microsoft apparently plans to unite Xbox One and PC under Windows 10, so why not let them share libraries, too?
Regularly overpirced UK retailer GAME has Gears of War 4 listed on the site for both Xbox One and PC. It could be an error, of course, but it's interesting that no other platforms are mentioned.
In the past, many developers mentioned that they were allowed to use only six cores of the eight-core CPU of the PS4, with the last two used by the operating system of the console. Yet, Sony Computer Entertainment might have recently and quietly updated the software SDK (Software Development Kit) to enable developers to use the seventh core.
The potential update is revealed by the changelog of the most recent update to the FMOD audio API, spotted by eagle-eyed NeoGAF user DieH@rd.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege is released on December 1 next week, and Ubisoft has just dropped a trailer to support it.
Cue slow-mo action and nice little reading of Shakespeare’s “Once more unto the breach” from Henry V. It’s looking good.
Sony’s PSN is down for some, causing connection issues to games and services.
Sony’s PlayStation Network is struggling to keep players connected online.
Some games are not playable for some PS4 users, and the PlayStation Store is down in certain regions too.
The official PlayStation Network Status page looks like this at the time of writing:
If you enjoy remote play on PS Vita or you simply would like to enjoy the same feature on your PC, there are good news, as Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida confirmed today on Twitter.
Tony Hawk’s Pro skater has just received a big ol’ patch. It weighs in at 7.8GB.
The game got a bit of a hammering at launch, but if you want to download the new stuff you’ll find a playable Ninja Turtle campaign, new Wild West and Underground levels.
There’s more important stuff too: improved textures, updates to the create-a-park mode, more tutorials, networking updates – that sort of thing.
Sony updated the controversially buggy PlayStation 4 media player quietly last night. The update does not seem to be too substantial- most of the known issues that cause crashes still remain, for instance. However, there are some notable improvements that the new update introduces.
Among these are an improvement of the closed captioning feature for videos, as well as support for Arabic. In general, the update also claims to have made the player more stable, although that remains to be put to the test over the next few days.
Just a quick PSA if you were thinking of picking anything up in the sales today.
The Square Enix Black Friday sale is now in full swing and in addition to the admirable bargains on offer the publisher has elected to throw in a free game.
For a limited time, you’ll score a copy of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin with any purchase, just by e ...read more
Team 17 is not only selling its games for next to nothing, it’s got a freebie for you even if you don’t buy in.
The latest Humble Weekly Bundle is the third time Worms developer Team 17 has offered a package of games.
This time, pay what you want for Worms (Linux, Mac, PC); Worms Crazy Golf plus soundtrack (Mac, PC); Alien Breed: Trilogy (PC); Li ...read more
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Destiny: The Taken King and Batman: Arkham Knight are among the first round of savings in Sony’s Black Friday sale.
There are currently 109 games, media and add-ons on sale through the US PlayStation Store, including: