PlayStation is one of the latest major companies to put a stop to their advertising on Facebook and Instagram.
This week Naughty Dog confirmed that their latest release, The Last of Us Part 2, has already sold more than 4 million copies.
This week Sony announced a brand new program that skilled fans can be a part of, PlayStation The Bug Bounty program.
Sony showed a video that revealed a huge number of games that will be coming to PlayStation 5. This is a roundup of all of those game announcements.
Sony has officially unveiled the PlayStation 5. They showed the console’s design for the first time and revealed a digital-only version as well.
Sony has confirmed that they will be holding their PlayStation 5 reveal event on June 11, 2020, later this week.
Sony Europe has been fined $3.5 million by the Australian Federal Court for misleading Australian consumers regarding their rights to digital refunds.
The announcement trailer for Project CARS 3 went live from both Sony and Bandai Namco. The game has now been officially announced.
Sony updated the certification process, requiring all developers to ensure that PS4 games submitted from July 13, 2020 onwards are also compatible with PS5.
The highly-anticipated The Last Of Us Part 2 is reportedly banned in a number of countries in the Middle East, according to some reports.