Playstation

  • The latest drip has dropped from Sony, as the company drip-feeds us details about the PlayStation 5. This time we’ve finally been treated to a look at the controller, and the design marks a surprising departure from the last four generations.
  • Sony has finally whipped the covers off the PlayStation 5, giving us a pretty good peek under the hood. The PS5 is set to be a massive improvement over the PS4, with a powerful new graphics processor and "instantaneous" load times.
  • Sony’s next-gen console, the PlayStation 5, is set to launch later this year, but we still haven’t had a full reveal. Here, New Atlas rounds up everything we know and don’t know about the PS5’s hardware, games, controllers, features and services.
  • Sony has finally announced its next-generation games console – and surprising absolutely no one, it’s called the PlayStation 5. It launches next year.
  • The PlayStation Classic launched Monday. We've kept a close eye on developments since its announcement. We haven't had the chance to review a unit , but it's worth taking a good look into what those lucky enough to get their hands on a Classic make of it. Be warned: it's not a pretty picture.
  • Sony's unveiled its list of games to be bundled into the guts of the forthcoming PlayStation Classic, and while it's not the list we hoped for, nor others judging by the fallout, it's still an attractive proposition for a seasonal thumb-workout to shove under your Christmas tree.
  • We know Sony intends to include Final Fantasy 7, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3 and Wild Arms, with its PlayStation Classic, but that leaves 15 slots available to make the device a must-own for gaming nostalgists. Here are our picks.
  • ​While we’ve been waiting all year for Nintendo to announce a Nintendo 64 Classic Mini, it looks like the company’s main rival of the time has answered the call instead. Sony has just announced a mini version of the original PlayStation, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the console.
  • E3 delivered relatively little in the way of genuine surprises – the bulk of what was shown was much as we expected. But with plenty of new footage on display there's still plenty to look forward to in the next year or two.
  • ​Amid rumors and speculation as to the possible release date of PlayStation 5, Digital Foundry’s Richard Leadbetter has taken a detailed look at the gaming hardware landscape to assess when PlayStation 5 is likely to appear. His answer? Not before Q4 2019 and very possibly 2020.
  • ​Mixing the physical and digital realms is the in-thing, and in that vein, Sony Japan has quietly announced Project Field, a new platform for bringing trading card games to life through smartphones and tablets.
  • In 2008, Nissan and PlayStation's creation of a gamer-to-racer competition was unprecedented. Now, the Nissan PlayStation GT Academy is an established contest entering its eighth year, with past winners who have gone on to real-life motor racing success.