Sony’s AirPlay 2 HDMI 2.1 OLED 4K Google TVs up to $602 off (Amazon low) + more from $285

$2,000 off From $285

While we are still tracking a massive $2,000 price drop on the A90J 83-inch Sony, Amazon is also now offering the Sony 77-inch BRAVIA XR A80J OLED 4K UHD Smart Google TV for $2,898 shipped. Regularly $3,500 at Best Buy where it is currently marked down to $2,900, today’s offer its up to $602 in savings and the lowest we have tracked on Amazon. You’ll also find the 65-inch model at $1,998, down from the regular $2,200 or so. An ideal option for upcoming sporting events, it is also “perfect for PlayStation 5” and other gaming setups with 120FPS and four HDMI 2.1 inputs. AirPlay 2, Dolby Vision, and HDR 10 are joined by built-in Alexa and Google Assistant voice control alongside direct access to thousands of apps and streaming services. You’ll also find a pair of USB ports, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and more. Rated 4+ stars from hundreds at Best Buy. More 4K TV deals below. 

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Sony noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones drop 50% to $128 on Gold Box

Today only as part of its Gold Box Daily Deals, Amazon offers the Sony WH-XB910N Extra BASS Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Over The Ear Headset with Microphone and Alexa Voice Control in Blue or black for $128 shipped. That’s $121 off its normal price and lowest price we’ve seen by $10. These headphones tick off all the boxes and include ultra lightweight design, one touch or Alexa or Google Voice voice control and comes with compact case.

Smart 4K TV deals from $285: Samsung, Amazon, Sony, Hisense, more (New all-time lows)

New lows From $285

We have spotted a number of notable deals on 4K TVs starting from just $285 ahead of the Super Bowl that are also great ways to save some cash on your home theater for movie nights and more. Amazon is now offering the Samsung 55-inch Class 8000 Series LED 4K UHD Smart TV for $497.99 shipped. Regularly $630 at Best Buy where it is currently marked down to $500, this is up to $132 in savings, a new Amazon all-time low, and the best price we can find. This 2021 model might not be the top of the line out there, but it is also quite affordable and still provides 55-inches of 4K display with HDR, Google Assistant voice commands built-in, and direct access to all of your favorite apps and streaming services. It has three HDMI inputs, a pair of USB ports, Bluetooth, and more. Rated 4+ stars from hundreds at Best Buy. Head below for more 4K TV deals. 

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Will Call of Duty be an Xbox exclusive? Sony doesn’t seem to think so at this point

Will Call of Duty be an Xbox exclusive? And what about the rest of the Activision Blizzard titles that are now nestled in Microsoft’s growing stable? These are some of the biggest questions gamers are pondering after Microsoft announced it was going to be dishing out the cash equivalent of $68.7 billion to absorb the Activision Blizzard conglomerate earlier this week. After suggesting some of the big Bethesda franchises would soon be locked to its gaming platforms, Microsoft might very well do the same thing with Activision Blizzard’s most popular IP as well. Although, Sony has now taken to the airwaves to offer gamers less-than-confident assurance that won’t be the case. More details below. 

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Save up to $2,000 on 80+ inch Sony 4K Google TVs with deals from $1,798 (New all-time lows)

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Amazon is now offering the massive 83-inch Sony Class A90J Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Google TV for $5,998 shipped. Regularly $8,000, this is $2,002 off the going rate, a couple bucks below Best Buy’s current sale price, and the best we can find. This is also a new Amazon all-time low and the first really notable price drop on Sony’s massive 83-inch 2021 model. This BRAVIA XR OLED 4K panel is perfect for sports, movies, and current-generation gaming with a 120Hz refresh rate, HDMI 2.1 connectivity, and “input lag as low as 8.5ms.” It is also a Google TV with direct access to thousands of apps and all of your favorite streaming services as well as HDR 10, Dolby Vision, Google Assistant and Alexa support, AirPlay 2 casting, and more. On top of the four HDMI jacks, you’ll find a pair USB ports, Bluetooth, built-in Wi-Fi, and various audio options. Rated 4+ stars at Best Buy. Head below for an 85-incher starting at $1,798

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Microsoft shuts down all Xbox One production, Sony set to make a million PS4 units in 2022

We learned recently that Sony has decided, despite previous statements, to continue production on PS4 through 2022 while Microsoft has officially ceased all production on its previous generation Xbox One consoles. It would appears that Sony has decided to continue building its last-generation consoles in support of what has been a complete nightmare trying to score its new PS5 hardware, but Microsoft seems confident enough in its Series X/S SKUs to have completely shuttered all production of the Xbox One machines. Head below for more details. 

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Sony officially unveils specs for PlayStation VR2 + Horizon Call of the Mountain launch title

PlayStation VR2 has been officially unveiled at CES 2022. After getting some very light details on the system way back in February of last year followed by the reveal of the unique orb-style controllers, Sony has taken the actual headset to the Vegas Strip for CES 2022. Now officially known as PlayStation VR2, Sony still hasn’t given us a look at the actual headset just yet, but we do now know quite a bit about the specs as well as the big exclusive title known as PSVR2: Horizon Call of the Mountain. Head below for more details. 

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January PlayStation Plus free games now live: Persona 5 Strikers, Dirt 5, more

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Your January PlayStation Plus free games are now live. After seeing some notable titles last month, including Godfall: Challenger Edition, Mortal Shell, and LEGO DC Super-Villains, PlayStation Plus members are being treated with three new freebies they can add to their game library starting right now. Alongside Dirt 5 and Deep Rock Galactic on PlayStation 4 and 5, we are also getting a free copy of Persona 5 Strikers on Sony’s previous-generation console. You’ll find all of the details you need down below the fold. 

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Sony finally unveils official PS5 console covers with matching new DualSense colors

New and very much official PS5 console covers are on the way from Sony alongside some additional colorways of its DualSense controller. Now joining the previously released Cosmic Red and Midnight Black, Sony has now unveiled new accessories coming to its PlayStation 5 lineup with Nova Pink, Starlight Blue, and Galactic Purple controllers and PS5 console covers. After battling third-party manufacturers trying to kit out the stark white PS5 with new wing cases, Sony has taken matters into its own hands to offer up a slew of new PS5 console covers in various colorways including all of the aforementioned options as well as black and red variants to match the now expanded DualSense controller lineup. Head below for more details and a closer look. 

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Sony showcases new dual OLED microdisplay 8K VR headset prototype

As part of its Technology Day showcase, Sony unleashed a next-generation prototype of an 8K VR headset. With dual OLED displays in tow, this technology might very well end up inside of a PlayStation virtual reality rig sometime down the line, as well as catering to host other applications in the medical, industrial, and entertainment industries. With a focus on a super high-resolution experience, it is also looking to mitigate motion sickness some gamers experience with these sorts of headsets, among many other things. Head below for a closer look. 

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Sony unveils official 2021 PlayStation Black Friday deals: Thousands of digital games, more

(Update 11/19): The official PlayStation PSN digital Black Friday game sale is now live!!

Sony has now (sort of) unveiled the official PlayStation Black Friday deals. Taking to the official PlayStation Blog today, Sony has now unleashed the absolutely gigantic list of PlayStation 4, PS5, and PS VR titles that will be going on sale starting tomorrow via the PlayStation Store. You’ll also find some price drops available on DualSense wireless controller bundles as well as a selection of apparel, accessories, collectables, and more via the PlayStation Gear store. Head below for a closer look at what will be on tap in the official PlayStation Black Friday sale below. 

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November PlayStation Plus FREE games: Knockout City, Walking Dead, more

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Sony has now taken to the official PS Blog to unveil the November PlayStation Plus free games. Next month we are actually getting the three usual freebies on top of three additional offerings in celebration of PS VR’s 5th anniversary. You’ll find all of today’s best game deals in this morning’s roundup and even more details on the November PlayStation Plus free games below. 

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PlayStation State of Play kicks off now with 20 minutes of upcoming PS4 and PS5 games

It’s now time for another PlayStation State of Play presentation. Today’s broadcast is expected to run just shy of 30 minutes or so and feature upcoming titles for both PlayStation 4 and Sony’s flagship PS5 console. “Tune in for updates on existing games, as well as a few reveals from our partners around the world. See you then!” Everything kicks off right now, and you can follow along with today’s PlayStation State of Play presentation below. 

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Adorama launches up to $400 off Sony Alpha mirrorless camera bundle Halloween sale

Save now $400 off

Adorama is launching a new October Bundle Blast Sony camera sale that’s taking up to $400 off a selection of DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, and lenses. Shipping is free across the board. Our top pick is the Sony Alpha a6600 Mirrorless Camera with 18-135mm Lens at $1,598. Down from $1,798, you’re looking at $200 in savings alongside the first price cut since May. This also comes within cents of the all-time low. Sony’s a6600 mirrorless camera is centered around a 24.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor that’s more than capable of recording UHD 4K videos, even in low-light conditions. Internally, there’s 5-axis image stabilization that pairs with a weather-resistant build and tiltable LCD monitor. Head below for more.

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Aloy gains new abilities + more combat mechanics freedom in Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West is still on the way for a February 18 launch, so it’s time for another look as to what to expect in this long-awaited sequel. Based around the open world of Horizon Zero Dawn, this sequel is a continuation of Aloy’s adventure and is built on the same principles of freedom, with some areas being further expanded, as we’ll see today. The latest PlayStation blog took a deep dive into Aloy’s new abilities, so if you want to learn what makes Forbidden West different from Zero Dawn, then head below the fold where we unpack all that’s changed.

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Sony’s all-new a7 IV works as a USB-C webcam with updated 33MP sensor, flip-out display, more

Today, Sony introduced the a7 IV full-frame mirrorless camera, something that photographers and videographers alike have been waiting a long time for. Packing an all-new 33MP Exmor R sensor, flip-out display, 4K 60FPS video, and 759-point hybrid autofocus, this camera is sure to knock your socks off when it comes to capturing stunning content. There’s quite a lot to like here, so without further ado, let’s take a closer look at the latest Sony a7 IV.

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Sony intros new wearable speaker and wireless transmitter that pairs its ANC headsets with a TV

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Roughly two years after Sony announced its first wearable speaker, the company is back with its most powerful offering yet. It wields support for Dolby Atmos in addition to the company’s unique 360 Spatial Sound technology. This paves the way for users to take a photo of their ear using Sony’s Personalizer app to analyze hearing characteristics by “estimating the ear’s 3D shape.” Sony has also released a low-latency wireless transmitter that acts as a middleman between its popular Bluetooth headphones and most TVs. Not only does it work with the company’s new wearable speaker, but also XM3, XM4, and many other models of Sony headphones. Continue reading to learn more.

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Sony’s A7000 Sound Bar with Dolby Atmos and HDMI 2.1 goes up for pre-order, more

Today, Sony’s latest series of home theater upgrades have now gone up for pre-order, delivering several new sound bars, speakers, and subwoofers. The flagship A7000 Sound Bar delivers notable features like Dolby Atmos and HDMI 2.1 support, which is then supplemented with companion subwoofers and rear speakers. Head below for all of the details and to lock in your orders.

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PlayStation Showcase 2021! 40 mins of upcoming PS5/PS4 holiday titles and more

PlayStation Showcase 2021 starts now! Sony’s yearly update stream tends to bring some of its biggest first- and third-party upcoming games to the forefront, and we are expecting much of the same from today’s event. Last year’s event showed off the God of War sequel, and we are expecting to see more from Gran Turismo 7 as well as Horizon Forbidden West that just recently went up for pre-order. That’s not even mentioning any of the amazing third-party titles we could be seeing today. Head below for more details and to watch along with today’s PlayStation Showcase 2021. 

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New model PS5 teardown video highlights potentially less effective heatsink

After Sony announced third-party SSD support and reports of a new PS5 SKU on the way, we now have new details on the not-so upgraded PlayStation 5. After the new SKU was spotted in Australia and elsewhere, select folks have now got their hands on the new PlayStation 5 model to tear the thing up and find out what’s really going inside. A few minor changes were made to the stand base and the like, but it was the drop in overall weight most gamers were interested in. We now know how Sony managed to bring the heft down, but it might not be the upgrade you were hoping for. 

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Upgraded PlayStation 5 model is real; new SKUs land in Australia and the US + more

After details regarding a new PlayStation 5 model were spotted in an official Japanese manual last month, it looks like the new SKU is real and has officially landed in Australia. The thus far quite quiet rollout of the new PlayStation 5 model is reportedly already starting both overseas and stateside with a few of the updated features mentioned in our report last month alongside a new clamp and more. Head below for all of the details. 

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PlayStation 5 does have a secret web browsing experience, and here’s how to access it

There is actually a hidden PlayStation 5 web browser, if you know where to look. While it certainly isn’t a full-on browsing experience with an editable URL bar, there are ways to access it if you know where to look. While most folks already have a phone, tablet, or laptop at the ready for this kind of thing, never mind some of the dedicated web apps like YouTube and Hulu, some might very well be interested in making use of this sort of PS5 browser workaround. Read on to find out where to access the PlayStation 5 web browser. 

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Usable PS5 storage tops out at 667GB; these NVMe drives expand that

With usable PS5 storage topping out at roughly 667GB, the 10 million lucky owners out there could be running low on space. While Gigabit internet connections and no data caps can pave the way for downloading on demand, arguably the best way to enjoy your library is to have it all stored locally. Thankfully, Sony had the foresight to allow NVMe storage upgrades. Until recently, use of PlayStation 5’s M.2 slot has been restricted by software, but that has started to change with a new beta program now available. Below, you’ll discover which NVMe options should be fast enough to properly expand PS5 storage.

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Third-party PlayStation 5 M.2 SSD support hits alongside PS5 software beta program

PlayStation 5 SSD access is kicking off today with the rollout of the PS5 software beta program. Alongside enhancements to the user interface, expanded 3D audio support, an upgraded Control Center interface, and more, users will can now access to M.2 SSD slot with third-party storage. Head below for a closer look at the PS5 software beta program and the PlayStation 5 SSD access. 

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Sony has sold a record-setting 10 million PS5 consoles, but we still can’t really get one

Sony has now unveiled the most recent PlayStation 5 sales numbers, and things are looking good — if you’re Sony and not some poor gamer that still can’t get one anyway. Sony has now revealed that PS5 continues to be its fastest-selling console in history despite sales numbers slowing over the last couple months and how difficult it even is to get one. As of July 18, 2021, Sony says it has now sold more than 10 million PlayStation 5 consoles, narrowly outpacing the PS4 predecessor by about a month. Read on for more details. 

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New PlayStation 5 model seemingly on the way! Details spotted in official docs

It looks like we could be getting a new PlayStation 5 soon. Less than a year from its initial debut in November 2020, reports and new details from the official PlayStation site are pointing at what appears to be a new model revision of the all-digital PlayStation 5 with some slightly different specs. Details regarding the new PlayStation 5 were spotted in official documentation found on the Japanese PlayStation site alongside what appear to be official overseas retailer listings. Read on for more details. 

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Sony’s new A7000 Dolby Atmos Sound Bar is next-gen. console-ready with two HDMI 2.1 ports

Today, Sony is launching its latest home theater upgrades, following up the folks at Klipsch who just unveiled its first Dolby Atmos offerings. Arriving as the new A7000 Sound Bar, Sony is also filling out its stable of home audio products with an even more immersive speaker system that delivers a new 360 spatial sound mapping technology. Head below for all of the details.

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Sony’s new glass speaker is also a lamp with 8-hour battery life, more

Today, Sony unveiled an all-new Bluetooth speaker. Given just how competitive the Bluetooth speaker market has become, it’s no surprise that this offering attempts to set itself apart with a glass design, integrated lamp, and more. Believe it or not, this is not Sony’s first glass speaker but, instead, a follow-up to its pricier predecessor. Despite having a lower price tag, the new LSPX-S3 model boasts an internal speaker that’s roughly 32% larger. Both lamp and speaker functionality are powered by an internal battery that can last for up to eight hours on a single charge. Continue reading to learn more.

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Sony State of Play: 30 minutes of new Deathloop gameplay, indies, and more

Sony is back again today with its next State of Play presentation — a series of live streams that showcase new and upcoming PlayStation games — featuring new Deathloop gameplay, indie titles, and more. After the Horizon Forbidden West State of Play back in May, Sony has made it quite clear we won’t be seeing any more of Guerilla’s upcoming open world epic, nor will the next God of War or next-generation PS VR details make an appearance, but we are expecting quite a “lengthy gameplay segment” from Bethesda’s upcoming time-bending FPS, Deathloop, among other things. It all starts now, and you can follow along down below. 

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All-new Sony wearable speaker debuts as open-ear alternative to headphones

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Update: Now available for pre-order at Amazon.

Sony is doubling down on the wearable speaker market by adding yet another release to its portfolio. In photos, it does not appear to be as bulky as its predecessor, which we reviewed early last year. Upward-firing speakers, 20-hour battery life, dual beamforming microphones, and what Sony touts as a comfortable design all work together to deliver what the company touts as the “ultimate work-from-home companion.” It’s pitched as great for taking conference calls and listening to music while being able to “walk around in total comfort.” Continue reading to learn more.

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Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut launches soon with new story chapter, but it’s going to cost you

Sony and Sucker Punch Games have taken to the official PlayStation Blog to announce the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut. This is not just an updated version of the same game on PS4 and PS5 to bolster interest in the title a year after release, either. Alongside a host of enhancements for PlayStation 5, the Director’s Cut includes an entirely new island to explore as well as new missions and stories that take place there, and “some new updates that are a direct response to some of the community’s most-requested features.” Head below for all of the details. 

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Sony’s all-new XM4 true wireless earbuds deliver improved ANC with a 40% smaller design

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Today, Sony is expanding its lineup of popular headphones with its latest pair of true wireless offerings. As a successor to the brand’s fan-favorite ANC earbuds, the all-new Sony WF-1000XM4 earbuds arrive with improved active noise cancellation, thanks to the introduction of an Integrated Processor V1, alongside 24-hour battery life, a 40% smaller design, and other improvements. Head below for all of the details.

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Watch today’s Horizon Forbidden West gameplay reveal on PlayStation 5 now!

Well, the day has finally come for us to see some actual Horizon Forbidden West gameplay. Sony has a special State of Play event scheduled for later this afternoon focused on Aloy’s next adventure on PlayStation 5, and we will be covering the event down below, as it happens, come 5 p.m. ET. It has been nearly a year since Sony and Guerrilla Games showed off their highly-anticipated next massive open-world game, but it’s only a matter of time now before we see the new frontier region (roughly modern-day Utah and the west coast) and Aloy in action once again. Head below for more details and to watch today’s  Horizon Forbidden West gameplay presentation. 

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Sony’s new X-series Bluetooth speakers have mic inputs and up to 30 hours of battery life

Recently, Sony introduced an all-new line of X-series speakers that include the SRS-XP700, SRS-XP500, and SRS-XG500. These are designed to help users “LIVE LIFE LOUD” and offer a range of sound quality, portability, durability, and lighting options. These are higher-end speakers designed to be brought to the beach, your backyard BBQ, or just used inside for karaoke nights. So, without further ado, let’s take a closer look at Sony’s latest X-series speakers.

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PlayStation 2021 Days of Play event: Loads of freebies, deals, and much more

After launching another year of its Play at Home campaign, more freebies are coming our way as part of the PlayStation 2021 Days of Play program. This year’s event is focused on multiplayer action, plenty of exclusive PlayStation freebies, and bringing the community together. That’s on top of scheduled and specially themed “Share of the Week” content as well as an upcoming Days of Play game sale on PSN. Let’s dive in down below. 

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Sony just unveiled two new DualSense controller colors: Midnight Black and Cosmic Red

Sony just unveiled two new DualSense controller colors via the official PlayStation Blog. Set for release starting next month, the new Midnight Black DualSense is joined by a Cosmic Red take on the latest PlayStation 5 controller. The announcement comes alongside a new reveal trailer you’ll find below alongside more specific details on when and where to score one next month. Hit the jump for more details. 

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Digital PlayStation games/DLC from $2: MK 11, Crash, Contra, Thief, Little Nightmares, more

80% off From $2

We are now tracking a pair of notable digital PlayStation game sales starting from $2. Over on PSN, you’ll find the Games Under $15 event alongside a fresh new Extended Play sale filled with notable AAA experiences for your back catalogue as well as some brilliant indie games, season passes, DLC packs, and more. A few of the highlights, including Crash Bandicoot 4 and Celeste, trickled out into this morning’s game roundup, but there are a whole lot more where those came from down below. 

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Star Wars Day game deals now live from $1! Jedi Fallen Order, Squadrons, LEGO, more

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Star Wars Day game deals are now starting to go live on the digital Xbox store, Nintendo’s eShop, the App Store, Google Play, and PSN. While we are still a few days away from this year’s big May the 4th celebration, as is customary, the game deals are already going live. Microsoft has kicked off a wide-ranging Star Wars game sale featuring titles new and old alongside some classics on the eShop and we are even starting to see some PSN price drops as well. Head below for a closer look at the now live Star Wars Day game deals alongside some great little mobile apps and more.

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Latest Sony 4K projectors debut with staggering prices, ‘pristine’ quality, X1 processors, more

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Sony is a brand that is respected across several different product categories, one notably being projectors. The company doesn’t tend to take shortcuts in this arena, leading most of its units to fetch significantly more than budget-friendly competitors like ViewSonic, Optoma, and others. This continues to be the case with two native 4K solutions that are now available for pre-order. The newest Sony 4K projectors share the same X1 processor used in its BRAVIA lineup, paving the way for features like “Dynamic HDR Enhancer” and “Reality Creation.” Continue reading to learn more.

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Classic PS gamers rejoice! Sony will no longer shut down PS3 and Vita stores this summer

The PlayStation store closures recently announced are now being overturned. Gamers were up in arms when Sony made headlines with what appeared to be the imminent closure of its PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and PSP online storefronts. However, in a glimmer of positive news today, Sony has now taken to the official PlayStation Blog to admit that it “made the wrong decision here.” With so many gamers still making use of these stores, Sony has now decided to reverse its decision to shutdown the PlayStation Store for PS3 and PS Vita, despite going ahead with the PSP side of things. More details below. 

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First major PlayStation 5 update hits tomorrow: USB storage, new social features, and more

Sony is issuing the first PlayStation 5 update this week. In an official PlayStation Blog post this morning, Sony unleashed some details on what will be the very first notable PS5 console and UI update, including USB storage details, cross-console sharing, and more. While many folks are still looking to get their hands on one, at least you know the first round of bugs has been ironed out alongside some new features before you do. For everyone else, the experience is (hopefully) about to get even better. Head below for the details. 

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PlayStation Plus 1-yr. subs now under $28 with free delivery (Reg. $60) + PS Now

CDKeys is now offering 1-year PlayStation Plus subscriptions for $27.79 with free digital delivery. Regularly $60, like it currently fetches over at Amazon, today’s offer is more than 50% off the going rate, even lower than our previous mention, and the lowest price we can find on a 1-year subscription. Whether you’re jumping in for the first time or looking for a discounted extension to an existing membership, this is the way to do it. These days there’s no reason to pay full price on PS Plus and it just got even more affordable with one of the best prices we have tracked this year (or ever really). Head below for more details. 

Sony unveils new ‘orb’ PS VR controllers with haptic feedback and finger touch detection

Last month, Sony briefly introduced us to the next generation of virtual reality on its platform, and today it has revealed the new PS VR controllers. The new, hand cage-like design brings much of the DualSense PS5 controller sensibilities to the table with haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, finger touch detection, and more. Head below for a closer look. 

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PlayStation State of Play PS4/PS5 showcase: New games, updates, more

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OK, folks, this is it. Sony’s next State of Play showcase event is set for today with new PlayStation games and deep dives into some titles we already know about. Today’s presentation marks the first State of Play for 2021 and is expected to feature 30 straight minutes of games. After seeing an impressive Nintendo Direct last week, it’s now Sony’s turn to give us an idea about what to expect on PlayStation over the next year or so. New PlayStation games, updates on third-party titles, and more will be included and the whole thing kicks off at 5 p.m ET. Head below for more details. 

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Sony relaunches COVID-19 Play At Home program: Ratchet & Clank for FREE + more

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Sony has announced that its Play At Home program will once again kick off next month with free PlayStation games and more. The Play At Home initiative launched last April in support of folks stuck at home due to COVID-19, and as most of us continue to social distance, it is once again planning a slew of free content to help out. According to today’s PlayStation Blog update, the festivities will start at the beginning of next month with free PlayStation games (Ratchet & Clank will be first). Head below for more details. 

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Sony is ‘introducing the next generation of VR on PlayStation’ today

It was only a matter of time before we got the first details on PS5 VR and Sony’s next-generation PS VR gear, and that time is now. Sony has now take to its official PlayStation Blog to offer up the first details on its PS5 VR plans, saying players “will feel an even greater sense of presence and become even more immersed in their game worlds once they put on the new headset.” Head below the fold for more details. 

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart PS5 pre-orders open, new game trailer dropped, release date unveiled

It wasn’t until I was a teenager that I finally began to try out the PlayStation ecosystem. I grew up on NES and SNES consoles, and arguably Super Mario All-Stars was one of my favorite cartridges. Naturally, I was roped in by Ratchet & Clank on PlayStation 2, as it was a lighthearted game much like Mario. Fast-forward to today, and Sony has now released three updated consoles since PlayStation 2. Several new Ratchet & Clank games have also debuted since then, and Rift Apart will be the next. Today, Sony has opened pre-orders for the game and has also unveiled a release date. Continue reading to learn more.

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MLB The Show 21 comes to Xbox for first time in April + Jackie Robinson Edition and more

MLB The Show 21 Xbox and PlayStation release dates have now been made official alongside the special editions and more. While we already knew the premier baseball simulator would be making its way to “additional consoles,” Sony has now made the release date official with both the PlayStation and Xbox One versions set for release later this spring. Head below for today’s new trailer and more details on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X upgrades. 

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