With the next-gen console race starting next year, Sony has reportedly set its focus on how the PlayStation 5 will stand out over the next Xbox.
Live service games may be incredibly prominent on next-gen consoles next year, but what does that mean for the rest of the industry?
Sony and Microsoft are taking very different approaches to old games, and this may divide players when the next generation of consoles arrive.
A new leak circulating on Reddit claims that Battlefield 2021 won't be Bad Company 3, which many series fans had hoped it would be.
A supposed leaker claims that the rumored Assassin's Creed Ragnarok's reveal date may very well coincide with the reveal of the PS5.
Cult-hit The Legend of Dragoon may be remade by Bluepoint Games for PS5 to the anticipation of its avid fans, and here's the biggest teases.
Backward compatibility may play a stronger role in sustaining Microsoft and Sony's current bases than attracting new buyers for PS5 and the next Xbox.
Learning from the mistakes of Google Stadia, Microsoft and Sony will take a different approach to cloud-based gaming with their upcoming consoles.
If the latest Sony patent is any indication, the PlayStation 5 could potentially evolve the PS4's Share system in a number of big ways.
A new photo featuring two what's believed to be PlayStation 5 devkits and two potential DualShock 5 controller prototypes is leaked.
Resident Evil 8 is in development for PS5 and Xbox Project Scarlett, confirms a leak that also reveals information abut the game engine.
A new trailer for a Sony kids console named the Toio confirms that the rumored PS5 cartridges were for a different Sony product all along.
Excitement continues to grow for the PlayStation 5; here's a roundup of all confirmed, leaked, and rumored features for the PlayStation 5 controller.
An industry insider shares thoughts on what Sony's PlayStation 5 and Microsoft's Project Scarlett dev kits are capable of today.