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Last week, we asked you to endure and survive in the dangerous world of The Last of Us Part II. From tense portraits to sun-dappled greenery, you shared harrowing moments using #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights:  MidnightHyp3 shared this sunny shot of Ellie and Dina travelling. Light streams into forgotten places in
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Hi everyone! I’m Max, from the Genshin Impact Community Team at miHoYo. Today, we’re really excited to announce that our first-ever closed beta on PlayStation 4 will go live on July 2!  Game Setting For those of you joining us for the first time, Genshin Impact is a brand-new open world action title set in
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EA’s Star Wars franchise has previously been marred by controversy, thanks to the company’s handling of microtransactions. Understandably, the announcement of Star Wars: Squadrons was met with a lot of skepticism from those who remember the Battlefront II fiasco, but Motive Studios’ creative director Ian Frazier was quick to assuage those concerns. Speaking to Game
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Last week, we asked you to talk the talk and share conversational moments in your favorite games using #PS4share and #PSBlog. After sifting through all the chatty captures, here’s this week’s highlights: Geralt and Yennifer have a heart to heart in this moment from The Witcher 3 shared by JamesACL. Aloy chats with fellow Nora
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Warhorse Studios’ action-RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance has reached an impressive new sales milestone. Since its launch in the early part of 2018, the title has sold a whopping three million units. Reportedly, the sales of Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s DLC is nothing to scoff at either, topping 1.5 million units sold. According to Gematsu, Warhorse Studios shared
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Last time, we asked you to focus in and highlight depth of field in your favorite games. From looming close ups to blurred backgrounds, you shared your best shots using #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights: AjGamingPics1 shared this perfectly framed share from Red Dead Redemption 2.  Jesse looms in the foreground of
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I am excited to share information about today’s free update, and the paid DLC coming later this month. We knew when we started developing Predator: Hunting Grounds that we wanted to make sure we continued to get new content into the community’s hands post launch in April. This is the second drop of many to
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With launch fast approaching, today we’re excited to share a comprehensive overview of the accessibility features that will be available in The Last of Us Part II when it releases on June 19. From the very beginning, our goal has been to ensure that as many fans as possible have an opportunity to experience the
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Coronavirus delays continue to strike the industry as well as the fan events meant to celebrate gaming. Delayed once already this year, Summer Games Done Quick 2020 will now be an online only affair, running August 16-23 due to further concerns about coronavirus, as well as–one has to assume–the Black Lives Matter protests in Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Welcome! Following the recent unification of the US and EU PlayStation.Blog sites, you might notice things look a bit different around these parts this week. We’re still working out our new process as we combine new releases for the North America and EU regions into a more robust multi-region mega-post. For new releases coming to
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Editor’s Note: Hello, everyone, Shuhei Yoshida here. Today, we’re kicking off a series of stories written by independent developers whose games address interesting, unique, or thought-provoking issues. We’re starting with a story about making connections with other people in Night School Studio’s Afterparty, authored by the game’s lead writer & director. Stay tuned, as we’ll
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