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The Last of Us Remastered PS4 bundle Announced for EuropeWe’re really pleased to confirm that we will be releasing a PS4 bundle for The Last of Us Remastered in Europe! It has a €429.99 RRP and will include the following:• The Last of Us Remastered• PlayStation 4• DualShock 4Grab your interest? Check your local retailers for listings to pre-order now.

The Last of Us Remastered PS4 bundle Announced for Europe

We’re really pleased to confirm that we will be releasing a PS4 bundle for The Last of Us Remastered in Europe! It has a €429.99 RRP and will include the following:

• The Last of Us Remastered
• PlayStation 4
• DualShock 4

Grab your interest? Check your local retailers for listings to pre-order now.

Sony Computer Entertainment Introduces PlayStation TV for North America, Europe and the PAL Region

Sony Computer Entertainment today introduced PlayStation TV (PS TV), an affordable entertainment system that will enable users to easily enjoy various game content and PlayStation 4 remote play on their TV at home. PS TV will come in “Black,” and will be available in North America, Europe and the PAL region this Fall at a recommended retail price of just $99/€99 for a standalone system. In addition, a bundle that includes a wireless controller (DualShock 3), 8GB memory card, and The LEGO Movie Videogame from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will be available at $139.99 in North America.

This product was released in Japan and other Asian regions as PlayStation Vita TV (PS Vita TV) on November 14, 2013, and has proven to be popular with consumers looking for a convenient, easy-to-use gaming system. Since its initial release, PS TV has continuously evolved through system software updates and content enhancements. Adopting the same chipsets and system software as the PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) portable entertainment system, PS TV comes in an ultra slim size (6.5cm × 10.5cm), the smallest of all PlayStation platforms that connect to a TV. In response to the demands from users in North America, Europe and the PAL region, SCE will introduce the system under a new name and color, and will deliver entertainment experiences only possible on PS TV. 

PlayStation 4 Remote Play

As with PS Vita, PS TV supports PS4 Remote Play and Wireless Controller (DualShock 3 or DualShock 4). This will allow PS4 users in the living room to continue playing a game on a PS TV system in their bedroom. PS4 users can also enjoy most of the PS4 games on PS TV with excellent operability as if they are playing it on their PS4 system.

PlayStation 3 games through PlayStation Now

PS TV users will be able to access the PlayStation Now open beta service that will be available by the end of this year in North America and at a later date in Europe and the PAL region. PS TV users will be able to comfortably enjoy PS3 games via streaming, by using Wireless Controller (DualShock 3 or DualShock 4).

Vast lineup of software titles available for download or via game cards

PS TV offers a vast lineup of over 1,000 software titles from select PS Vita games, PSP (PlayStation Portable) games and PS One classics, including titles such as Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (Disney Interactive), Minecraft (Mojang/4J Studios), God of War: Collection (SCE WWS), and Killzone Mercenary (SCE WWS). Users will be able to enjoy all of these titles using the Wireless Controller (DualShock 3 or DualShock 4). Users can download games directly to the system through the PlayStation Store, or insert a PS Vita game card directly into the device.

Fun and Unique features of PS TV

• PS TV users can play games with PS Vita users through a local wireless Ad Hoc mode. 


• Up to 2 DualShock 3 or DualShock 4 controllers can be connected to PS TV, allowing users to enjoy multiplayer games from PS One classics titles.

• PS TV will allow users to access movies and TV episodes available on PlayStation Store

• PS TV users can access the same services they enjoy on their PS Vita system, such as PlayStation Plus.

• Videos or photos stored on the Memory Card or those videos being played on the “Browser” of the PS Vita system can easily be transferred to PS TV to be viewed on a large TV screen. While being transferred, PS Vita can be used as a remote controller using the video player application.

Glacier White PlayStation 4 Destiny Bundle

Sony Computer Entertainment today announced that it will introduce the first color variation for PlayStation 4(PS4) in “Glacier White,” which will be available worldwide starting this fall. Peripheral lineups will also expand with the “Glacier White” DualShock 4 Wireless Controller and Vertical Stand, in addition to DualShock 4 in the color “Urban Camouflage.” 

In North America, Latin America and Europe, PS4 in “Glacier White” will be available as part of a bundle pack featuring Destiny, a highly anticipated title developed by Bungie and published by Activision. The bundle also includes a free 30 day membership to PS Plus, and comes at a recommended retail price of US$449/€439. Furthermore, PS4 in “Glacier White” will also be sold separately in Europe at an RRP of €399. The Vertical Stand will be available in Europe at an RRP of €19, and DualShock 4 in “Glacier White” and “Urban Camouflage” will both be available at an RRP of US$59/€59. The pricings for each product in Japan and other Asian regions will be announced on a later date.

Gamers now have a variety of colors to choose from when selecting PS4 systems and peripherals, as users can choose from both the original “Jet Black” and the new “Glacier White” PS4 systems, as well as a range of colors for DualShock 4 including “Urban Camouflage” and “Glacier White” in addition to the existing colors.

PlayStation Now: PS4 Private Beta Starts TomorrowHi all, since January, a growing number of PlayStation fans have been enjoying the Private Beta program for PlayStation Now, our streaming game service launching this summer.Up until this point, our Private Beta for PS Now has been available on PlayStation 3 systems. We’re pleased to announce that the Private Beta program is expanding and will make its debut on PlayStation 4 systems on May 20. If you’ve registered for the PS Now Private Beta, keep an eye on your mailbox for a voucher code.PS Now gives you the freedom to play select PS3 games like you already stream movies, TV, shows, and music – directly to your favorite PS Now compatible devices without any discs or downloads. The first supported devices launching in 2014 are PS4, PS3, select 2014 Bravia TVs, and PlayStation Vita, with more devices down the road.The Private Beta program has been going great so far, and we want to give thanks to the testers that have participated – your valuable feedback is helping us make the service even better. Thus far, Private Beta testers have logged more than 50,000 gameplay hours discovering new games, rediscovering favorites and racking up Trophies!We are also happy to announce that access to the PS3 Private Beta program will expand to a broader audience in the near future. If you aren’t a member of our Private Beta community yet, click here to register your interest. Please be patient if you’ve already registered but haven’t received an invitation yet. We are inviting more Private Beta testers on a regular basis.We’re eager to launch PS Now more widely – stay tuned to this blog for more details. And remember, if you’re already in the PS Now Private Beta, we want to hear from you so post feedback / impressions in our private forums.More coming soon!

PlayStation Now: PS4 Private Beta Starts Tomorrow

Hi all, since January, a growing number of PlayStation fans have been enjoying the Private Beta program for 
PlayStation Now, our streaming game service launching this summer.

Up until this point, our Private Beta for PS Now has been available on PlayStation 3 systems. We’re pleased to announce that the Private Beta program is expanding and will make its debut on PlayStation 4 systems on May 20. If you’ve registered for the PS Now Private Beta, keep an eye on your mailbox for a voucher code.

PS Now gives you the freedom to play select PS3 games like you already stream movies, TV, shows, and music – directly to your favorite PS Now compatible devices without any discs or downloads. The first supported devices launching in 2014 are PS4, PS3, select 2014 Bravia TVs, and PlayStation Vita, with more devices down the road.

The Private Beta program has been going great so far, and we want to give thanks to the testers that have participated – your valuable feedback is helping us make the service even better. Thus far, Private Beta testers have logged more than 50,000 gameplay hours discovering new games, rediscovering favorites and racking up Trophies!

We are also happy to announce that access to the PS3 Private Beta program will expand to a broader audience in the near future. If you aren’t a member of our Private Beta community yet, click here to register your interest. Please be patient if you’ve already registered but haven’t received an invitation yet. We are inviting more Private Beta testers on a regular basis.

We’re eager to launch PS Now more widely – stay tuned to this blog for more details. And remember, if you’re already in the PS Now Private Beta, we want to hear from you so post feedback / impressions in our private forums.

More coming soon!

The Real Reason Behind The DualShock 4’s Light Bar, was developed for Project Morpheus
The DualShock 4’s light bar caused quite a fuss when the system launched because it was so darn bright and obtrusive. But you know why it was there? According to SCEE senior designer Jed Ashforth, “it was for tracking for VR.”
Ashforth spilled the beans on Sony’s once secret plans for VR in an interview with Techradar. “The tracking light… it was our department that said we need that on,” Ashforth explained.
"When all these things were coming out six months ago and everyone was going ‘it’s reflecting in my TV,’ we were going ‘oh no’ because we couldn’t tell anyone what it was for."

The Real Reason Behind The DualShock 4’s Light Bar, was developed for Project Morpheus

The DualShock 4’s light bar caused quite a fuss when the system launched because it was so darn bright and obtrusive. But you know why it was there? According to SCEE senior designer Jed Ashforth, “it was for tracking for VR.”

Ashforth spilled the beans on Sony’s once secret plans for VR in an interview with Techradar. “The tracking light… it was our department that said we need that on,” Ashforth explained.

"When all these things were coming out six months ago and everyone was going ‘it’s reflecting in my TV,’ we were going ‘oh no’ because we couldn’t tell anyone what it was for."

Major PS4 System Update Out Tomorrow, Updates for PS Vita and PS App

At PlayStation, we love hearing the great feedback we get from our passionate community of gamers. That’s why I’m excited to announce that our highly-anticipated system software update for PlayStation 4 (v1.70) will be released tomorrow, with a huge number of your demanded features, and expanding upon what we believe is the most socially connected console experience. One feature that I’m most excited about is SHAREfactory, our new rich video editing app. In addition, we’re launching updates for PlayStation Vita (v3.15) and PlayStation App (v1.70) that will deliver greater integration with your PS4 system.

Here’s a rundown of what you can expect with tomorrow’s software updates:

PlayStation 4 v1.70 Update

• SHAREfactory: After you update your PS4 to v1.70, an icon to download our free SHAREfactory app will appear on your PS4 system’s home screen once it’s available. Once installed, SHAREfactory allows you to easily customize your gameplay videos with special effects, video commentary with picture-in-picture capability through PlayStation Camera, and custom soundtracks using the included audio tracks or your original music imported from a USB drive. You can then share your videos on Facebook or export them to an external USB storage device. The app is packed with plenty of cool, but accessible, tools. It’s simple enough to use for beginning editors, while functioning as a rich video editor for those with more creative aspirations. Check out our new SHAREfactory video that provides a walkthrough of what you can expect:

• Automatic Pre-download: No more waiting until after a game is released to start downloading select pre-ordered games from PlayStation Store. This new feature allows you to get to your games faster by automatically downloading select pre-ordered games up to several days in advance of the release, so that it’s ready to play as soon as the game is released on launch day. There’s also a countdown timer prior to the release of the game so you’ll know how soon your game will be available for you to start playing.

• Option to Disable HDCP for Games: This highly requested feature will allow you to have the option to turn off HDCP for games so you can capture longer gameplay sessions directly from your HDMI output and export them elsewhere.

• USB Export Option for Captured Gameplay: It’s now even easier to show off your heroic gaming moments and the SHAREfactory videos you create with the world using this feature to export your videos and screenshots to a USB drive. Just click on the DualShock 4 SHARE button, save your gameplay on a USB drive, and then share your proudest achievements on other social networks and other video platforms.

• Live Broadcasting in HD and Archiving Support: We’ve increased the resolution for live broadcasts so you and your friends can watch games livestreamed in 720p HD. You can also archive your broadcasts on Twitch or Ustream and watch them again later.

• New SHARE Options: We’ve got a number of new SHARE settings that will give you better control of what you want to share with your friends.

• New DualShock 4 Options: New light bar settings have been added for DualShock 4, allowing you to change it to Bright, Medium or Dim in the Settings menu. The touchpad has also been updated, allowing you to navigate the on-screen keyboard using the DualShock 4 touchpad.

• New Friends Options: It’s now easier to find Friends and send requests with the ability to search Friends-of-Friends, view Mutual Friends on another user’s profile, and accept Friend requests directly from the Friends list.

• New Trophies Sort Option: You can now sort Trophies by rarity in the Options menu.

• PlayStation Store Payment Support: Similar to PS3, we’re introducing Alternative Payment Methods (APMs) for PS4 for content purchased on PS Store, starting with PayPal support.

• More PlayStation Camera Commands: More voice commands are added to PlayStation Camera, allowing you to launch the apps installed on your PS4 with the sound of your voice.

• New PlayStation Plus Icon: For Plus members, you’ll now have the PS Plus icon appear next to your SEN ID on the login screen, home screen and other areas across the PS4 system’s sleek user interface.

• Music Unlimited SHARE Options: With a Music Unlimited subscription, you can easily share your favorite songs with your friends by pressing the SHARE button on your DualShock 4.

PlayStation Vita v3.15 Update

• PS4 Link Update for Remote Play: Linking your PS4 and PS Vita together will now be easier with the 3.15 update for PS Vita. It’ll enable Automatic Device Registration, which will automatically detect and pair both systems when they’re both online and the same user is signed in to both devices. This makes it even quicker for you to get started on Remote Play or access other second screen features.

PlayStation App v1.70 Update

• Push Notifications, Friend Requests and More: This new PlayStation app update will give you the option to receive Push Notifications for select PS4 updates you want to receive, such as gameplay Invitations, Game Alerts or Friend Requests. You can also receive Friend Requests via email or text messages with the app update. Also, it’s now easier to change your profile picture right from your mobile device by uploading an image from your photo library, or taking a photo using your in-device camera.

We can’t wait until the software updates are released so you can start enjoying all of these great features. In particular, I look forward to seeing your SHAREfactory videos and seeing all the creative ways you can make your gameplay moments memorable.

Let’s keep the conversation going – we love getting feedback from you and seeing what else we can come up with to continue making PlayStation 4 the best place to play. Please let us know and we’ll continue to always serve up great content and features to you – the gamer.