“Creating Bloodborne as a completely new game on the new PlayStation 4 hardware has allowed us to really push the envelope in myriad ways. That being said, in more ways than one, it also very much retains our distinct, signature style. As has been at the core of our development philosophy since Demon’s Souls, we make true games for people who love games. Please watch for more to come on Bloodborne, and thank you very much for your support.”
The PS4 and Xbox One both provide 4K support. But what does this mean for the average consumer when watching movies, TV, and gaming?
A rumor leaked today from an employee of a major retailer received a product release schedule confirming the launch date for the PS4 as October 21st. According to the source this is routine, as it happened with previous hardware releases such as the 3DS, Wii U, and Vita.
Eurogamer is reporting that leaked documents have confirmed that 3.5GB of the Playstation 4′s RAM will be dedicated to use in it’s OS. The other 4.5GB will be usable by games, putting it just below the Xbox One’s 5GB of slower DDR3 RAM. Eurogamer also states their sources tell them there is 1gb of “flexible” memory that can be used when the OS isn’t using it.
Recent tweets by Eurogamer Spain subdirector Josep Maria Sempere indicate that some “drama” surrounding the Playstation 4′s memory is imminent.
If you were at San Diego Comic Con it was hard to miss the pirate ship docked at the convention center or at least hear the canon fire. Inside was Ubisoft’s equally hard to ignore title Assassin’s Creed IV.
If you are a fan of video games stealth, moral ambiguity, and a vast open world structure then Ubisoft’s upcoming title Watch Dogs is for you.