Larger than life PlayStation 5 consoles have started appearing around the world, allegedly for the company’s ‘Live from PS5’ marketing campaign. So far, they have been spotted in Dubai and Rome, with a giant Leviathan Axe from God of War Ragnarok popping up right next to the London Eye.
Photo credit: Junwoo Kim | LFiD
With the PlayStation 5 console still in short supply, its successor probably isn’t on your mind. Industrial designer Junwoo Kin and his colleagues at LFiD came up with an interesting PlayStation 6 concept that show what it could, but probably won’t, look like.
Unlike Project Leonardo, the Sony DualSense Edge wireless controller is available now, as of today. The team wanted to create a personalized gaming experience that adapts to various playstyles, with many customization options. These include swappable stick caps / back buttons, L2/R2 stop sliders, button remapping, the ability to fine-tune stick sensitivity, and even an on-controller user interface to change between custom profiles.
Ubisoft Singapore officially announced that Skull and Bones is going to be delayed indefinitely, and during that same week, they teased 30-minutes of new ‘The Deck’ gameplay during their devstream. For those who aren’t familiar with the title, it’s a pirate-themed tactical action game set in an open world environment and played from a third-person perspective.
Sony debuted Project Leonardo for the PlayStation 5 at CES 2023 in Las Vegas today, and it’s basically a fully customizable controller kit designed to help many players with disabilities play games more easily, comfortably, as well as for longer periods. This will allow them to accurately press small clusters of buttons or triggers and position their thumbs and fingers optimally.
For those who haven’t yet downloaded update GTA 5’s 1.64 update for the PS5 and / or Xbox Series X | S, Digital Foundry provides an in-depth look at the ray traced reflections update. This patch basically adds ray-traced reflections when in the game’s 30fps Fidelity Mode, which means that you’ll be able to see vehicles and characters on reflective surfaces including windows as well as water.
If Rockstar Vancouver developed a Bully remake in Unreal Engine 5 for next-gen game consoles, it might look something like this TeaserPlay fan trailer. It was first released on the PlayStation 2 back in 2006 and a remastered version, subtitled ‘Scholarship Edition’, made its way to the Xbox 360 and Wii during 2008.
We’ve all probably seen the PlayStation 5 DevKit by now, but what about its predecessor? Gamer Nexus shows us the rarely seen PlayStation 4 Pro DevKit, which is codenamed ‘Neo’ and packs 16GB of GDDR5 RAM, along with two 12mm heat pipes, an evaporator, condenser, as well as an aluminum fin stack.
Half-Life Snow War is perfect for the holidays, while Crime Boss Rockay City aims to bring back the 90s vibes. This co-op FPS by 505 Games and developer INGAME Studios not only features Chuck Norris, but also Michael Madsen, Danny Trejo, Kim Basinger, Danny Glover, Michael Rooker, Damion Poiter, as well as Vanilla Ice.