Following its emphatic announcement at the tail end of last year, Uncharted (PS4) has slipped into the shadows with little word coming from developers Naughty Dog. If recent rumours are to be believed, we will catch our first true glimpse of the game at this year's E3.
While leading the market in terms of console sales, Sony's Playstation 4 had notably has had a lack of firmware updates since its highly successful release. With users pushing for a collage of changes, it looks like next week will finally bring us some much needed updates that'll hopefully revitalise the PS4's largely dormant ecosystem.
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia yesterday released a cinematic trailer for PS4 exclusive The Order: 1886, providing their fans with the same trailer that the western world enjoyed earlier this year, but this time dubbed in Japanese.
Perhaps the highest influx of complaints to DICE for Battlefield 4 have been from the unfortunate PS4 players who've been haunted with some of the most devastating issues to date. Thankfully, it looks like DICE have remedied many of these issues as of today.
A large focal point of the next-gen consoles was their ability to always record your gameplay for spontaneous viewing pleasure. When Sony outed the PS4, they quickly established sharing as one of the console's key components, and today's news proves that it has payed dividends for them.
With the PS4 hitting stores across North America this Friday, the hype is at a palpable level now. To ease our agonising anticipation, Sony yesterday released the first official unboxing on the console.
In a recent interview with IGN, Mark Cerny, lead architect of the PS4, revealed that various major first person shooter studios were responsible for the DualShock 4 design that we'll see this November.
Within the next 24 hours, Gamescom 2013 will officially kick off. Headlined by Sony at 6pm BST, Tuesday is poised to be one of the biggest days of the event; where we'll learn the release schedule for the Playstation 4.