Sony has confirmed that you can still sell or share your PS4 games following a minor panic over the updated Terms and Conditions which says: “You must not resell either Disc-based Software or Software Downloads, unless expressly authorised by us and, if the publisher is another company, additionally by the publisher.” But the panic is over – a Sony spokesperson issued the following to Eurogamer: “As SCE [Sony Computer Entertainment] announced at E3, consumers will be able to sell or share their PS4 disc products.”
The PS4 versions of Trophies will arrive with a slight twist. They will still be available in bronze, silver, gold and platinum flavours, but each will also fall into a second group of classifications: common, rare, very rare, or ultra rare. Rarity is calculated online across the PlayStation user base and can change over time. The other more familiar traits of Trophies will remain untouched. [More on Kotaku]
A post-launch update for the PS4 will (“eventually”) bring MP3, music CD and DLNA server support to PS4. That’s what Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida told GiantBomb after Sony were “caught off guard” by the uproar over the exclusion of these features originally.
Kinect-like voice functionality will be heading to the PS4 post launch according to Sony. For now you can tell it to switch off. [More on Engadget]
Remote play via the PS Vita has been confirmed for the PS4 version of Diablo 3. [via Twitter]
Analyst Piers Harding-Rolls of IHS has predicted that the PS4 will outsell the Xbox One. As if to back that up, Ubisoft has said that they believe that PS4 pre-orders are ahead of Xbox One currently. However Ubisoft’s Yves Guillemot went on to say that the Xbox One “will be a best-seller as well”.
Music Unlimited can be played over games on the PS4 – if you want your own soundtrack to a game. [More on Polygon]
A few eagle-eyed Call of Duty players spotted what may have been the first DLC coming to Ghosts. A moshpit playlist which appeared on PC and was quickly pulled featured map names not included in the base game including Swamp, Battery, Red River, Rumble, Gaza and Boneyard, as well as Dome. [More on CVG]
It seems Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes may feature exclusive PlayStation content. [More on CVG]
A new third person adventure game – Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor – has been announced by Warner Bros. The game is set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings, and players play as Talion, a “valiant ranger”, who is out for revenge. The game is undated but will be released on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. [More on AllGamesBeta]
The Xbox One version of Lego Marvel Super Heroes has been delayed in Europe, and will now miss its original release date (and Xbox One launch date) of 22 November. No revised release date has been announced. It will still arrive on 15 November on other formats, excpet for the PS4 version which is due when the console launches on 29 November. [More on MCV]
Rayman Legends will arrive on the PS4 and Xbox One in February 2014. [More on CVG]
Indie titles Don’t Starve and The Binding of Isaacs will be free to PlayStation Plus subscribers on the PS4 when the games arrive in 2014. [More on Joystiq]
Ubisoft has released its financial statements for the first half of the year, and rather than turn into accounts, if you’re keen to see what their situation is like, head here.
Oculus Rift is unlikely to appear on the PS4 and Xbox One as the consoles are “too limited”. [More on TechRadar]
Amazon in the US has launched a dedicated PlayStation Network Store.
The Assassin’s Creed movie is due in 2015. In fact 7 August 2015 to be exact. [More on Eurogamer]
The snap features of the Xbox One.
Check out the benefits of PS Plus on the PS4.
A Killzone Shadow Fall launch trailer, as well as a tech trailer.
The launch trailer for BioShock Infinite Burial at Sea Episode One.
Episode 3 of Ryse: The Fall.
More Dead Rising 3 gameplay footage. You can stop the genocide now people. Really.
Watch_Dogs work-in-progress cutscene.
30 minutes of gameplay from (pre-alpha) Dragon Age Inquisition has leaked. We’re pretty sure it won’t be around for too long.
Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus launch trailer.
The Tearaway TV advert.