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Guide: How to Watch the World Cup with PSVR

How do you watch the World Cup with PlayStation VR? This year, the BBC is giving you the chance to watch Russia’s World Cup 2018 in virtual reality, courtesy of your PSVR headset. All 33 of the BBC’s televised games can be live streamed straight into your device, but what do you need to do to set things up? We’re going to show you how to watch the World Cup with PSVR in this guide. How to Watch the World Cup with PSVR Here are the steps you need to take to…

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Here’s What a French Product Designer Thinks PS5 Will Look Like

It’s when conversation begins to circulate about next generation hardware that we start to see concept art from designers, whether professional or not. French designer Joseph Dumary has released a few images of what he thinks the PlayStation 5 will look like, and gives some detail on how it will work, too. © Coroflot Dumary’s PS5 design is fully wireless, using Air HDMI to send the picture to your TV over the airwaves. In its Eco Mode, the console will consume no electricity when in standby or when navigating menus.…

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Guide: FIFA 19 – Everything We Know So Far

EA announced the inevitable FIFA 19 during its E3 2018 press conference, along with a ton of information about what we can expect from this latest entry. The biggest new feature ties into EA’s recent acquisition of the Champion’s League licence, which provides a new mode based on the hottest European competition. In this guide, we’ll run you through everything we know about FIFA 19, including what’s new, the release date, and any potential PS4 Pro Enhancements. We’ll continue to update this guide as we learn more, so keep checking…

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Guide: Battlefield V – Everything We Know So Far

EA finally revealed Battlefield V at its press conference during E3 2018, and it’s pretty much as you expected it. It takes place during World War 2, features one of those crazy popular Battle Royale modes, and a bunch of systems have been tweaked to emphasise team play. In this guide we’ll run you through everything we know about Battlefield V so far, including the release date, new features, and what that Battle Royale mode is all about. We’ll update this as we learn more information, so keep checking back. Feel…

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Guide: ANTHEM – Everything We Know So Far

EA finally revealed more about the enigma that is the upcoming shooter MMO ANTHEM during this year’s press conference at E3 2018. We now know that it’s a shared-world shooter like Destiny 2, that it features a single player story to follow, and that there’s a bunch of usual BioWare trimmings like classes, statistics, and stuff like that. In this guide, we’re going to tell you everything that we know about ANTHEM, including what it is, the release date and platforms, and how it plays. We’ll update this as we…

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E3 2018: PSVR Montage Teases Tons of Upcoming, Existing Games

Watched the vid. Why isn’t Gungrave VR in it? That looked great, the glory days of Sega gaming. Though the reticle seemed way too stiff, like you have to move a giant boulder to move it, but maybe they’ll fix that before launch, needs to be more fluid. Makes me think these games really need to be ported to. I was already thinking about this type of on rails game but nothing specific until now. (Basically anything PS3 Move) Deadstorm Pirates, and similar arcade shooting games like Jurassic Park, really…

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E3 2018: Cyberpunk 2077 Still a PS4 Game, Says Dev, After Rumours of PS5 Release

At this point, a lot of people from within the games media have seen Cyberpunk 2077 in action. Developer CD Projekt Red has been showing a 50 minute demo behind closed doors to members of the press, and by all accounts, it’s pretty incredible. Many have penned their thoughts, with the majority of articles covering stunning graphics, a completely seamless world, dark, mature themes, punchy combat, and deep role-playing systems. Going by the sheer excitement on display, it almost seems too good to be true. With such praise and amazement…

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E3 2018: Tour the PlayStation Booth with Shuhei Yoshida

Sony’s not doing many (any?) interviews with press at E3 2018, but here’s a cool video of Shuhei Yoshida touring the PlayStation booth. It’s a marketing fluff piece (and not really a tour, if we’re honest) but it’s just refreshing to actually see the Worldwide Studios president again. We quite like how he’s constantly doing the Death Stranding thumbs-up thing, too. In addition to hitting the big games, the executive also takes time to showcase some of the smaller titles as well, like those in the PlayLink line. It’s only…

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There’s Only 362 Days Until E3 2019 Gets Underway

Would the Push Square team please look away now? The Electronic Software Association has announced that E3 will return on 11th June, 2019. This means that there are 362 days until next year’s show gets underway. It sounds like a long way away, but you know how the old adage goes: time flies when you’re having fun. So what will be the big stories in 12 months’ time? There’s a chance we may be looking at the PlayStation 5 by then, although pundits can’t seem to decide whether it’s coming…

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E3 2018: Good News! Final Fantasy VII Remake Is in Development

Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced three years ago, but there’s good news for fans of the PSone Classic: the PlayStation 4 version is “actually in development”. We’re being facetious, but Tetsuya Nomura’s update to The Verge deserves it – he had the brass neck to tell the tech site that the title’s “not just in the early concept stages”. We should bloody well hope so! He added: “Right now, it’s like I’ve been putting in 100 per cent into Kingdom Hearts, 100 per cent into Final Fantasy VII, 100…

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