It’s not too hard to imagine that a successor Sony console will be on the way soon, a PlayStation 5 which will feature games with graphics crisper than a PlayStation 3 era CGI scene. But if the last console cycle taught us anything, it’s that developers are more than happy to spend several years on one platform.
Now known, as PlayStation VR, Sony is clearly dead-set on making a push into the virtual reality market. It’s going to be interesting to see how PlayStation VR performs, and if it’ll be a game-changer or a fad reminiscent of Nintendo’s ill-fated VirtualBoy. But at least one person at Sony considers the technology to be “the ultimate weapon” in gaming.
A new firmware update is on the way for the PS4, and it sounds like a big one. Codenamed Kenshin, the update increases online storage capacity for PS Plus subscribers to 10GB, adds the YouTube Live functionality for game-streaming and the ability to share video on Twitter.
Since last year, Driveclub has become a far better racing game. There’s been stacks of updates, new content and plenty of fine vehicles added to the digital garages of some two million players. And that’s just the start, as the game is shifting into second year now.