Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC (SCEA) today announced that a subscription for the streaming game service PlayStation™Now will launch on January 13 across US and Canada. The subscription, available first on PlayStation® 4 (PS4TM) systems followed by other PlayStation Now enabled devices, will offer unlimited access to over 100 PlayStation®3 (PS3TM) games. That includes titles from major publishers like SCE Worldwide Studios, Warner Brothers, Bandai Namco Games America Inc., SEGA, and more. Gamers will be able to choose from a monthly subscription plan for $19.99 per month or a three-month plan for $44.99, breaking down to about $15 per month. A free seven-day trial that provides access to all games in the subscription service will also be offered at launch.
So here we go, Driveclub; the launch title with big dreams of being Sony’s next hit car franchise. Driveclub comes from the guys who brought you Motorstorm and while it does impress in its graphics, the shipping copy still feels like a mess, even after the year delay.
Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC (SCEA) today announced the upcoming release of system software update 1.60 for the PlayStation®4 (PS4™) system, which will add the anticipated support for PULSE and PULSE – Elite Edition wireless stereo headsets. Beginning late tonight, once the 1.60 update is available, PS4 owners will be able to enjoy an enhanced gaming experience with these headsets, which offer 7.1 virtual surround sound and crystal clear voice chat.
Back in June 2013, during Sony’s E3 Press Conference, Jack Tretton stood on stage and stated that DRIVECLUB would be available to PlayStation+ members for free.
Notably there was some hesitation to be excited as it wasn’t just DRIVECLUB, but rather “DRIVECLUB PS Plus Edition”. Would include more features, less features, the same but a clever name?
So I reached out to Sony to find out what those differences were, this is what they had to say:
The PS Plus version is the same game as the Digital download as well as the BluRay Disc. It will just have fewer cars and fewer tracks, although gamers will have the ability to upgrade to the full version with all tracks and cars