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News: Of Course There's a Game Breaking Bug in Bloodborne

Of Course There's a Game Breaking Bug in Bloodborne

This is next-gen, after all

Bloodborne may be the best native PlayStation 4 exclusive to date, but following in the footsteps of a slew of broken games, it's launched with a nasty bug. The game-breaking glitch revolves around the Lunarium Key, which you're supposed to unlock after a specific boss fight. However, if you invite someone into your...

News: Destiny's Getting Stripped Back on PS3 as Bungie Faces Memory Problems 

Destiny's Getting Stripped Back on PS3 as Bungie Faces Memory Problems 

Take 'em out back

If you've been enjoying Destiny on PlayStation 3, then you'll soon have to sacrifice the ability to compare items in your vault after the title's next update allows for more storage space. "In the case of the Vault expansion, it became clear that we would be pushing very limited memory constraints on older generation hardware,"...

News: Grand Theft Auto V's Graphics Haven't Been Intentionally Downgraded on PS4

Grand Theft Auto V's Graphics Haven't Been Intentionally Downgraded on PS4

It's just a bug

Alright, who mucked up Grand Theft Auto V's graphics? There'll be some nervous glances at Rockstar North today, as the developer has admitted that this week's "downgrade" story is actually due to a bug. Eagle eyed Reddit users were in uproar a few days ago when it emerged that the title's latest patch had stripped back several visual...

News: Remember to Make Room for Borderlands: The Handsome Collection's Huge Day One Patch on PS4

Remember to Make Room for Borderlands: The Handsome Collection's Huge Day One Patch on PS4

Not so handsome

We're well and truly into the age of ridiculously big downloadable game updates, but Borderlands: The Handsome Collection actually has a decent excuse. Weighing in at a rather large 8.31GB, you'll need the title's day one patch before you dive into some shooting and looting madness. Thankfully, it's not just a hefty chunk of data...

News: Dying Light's Latest PS4 Patch Raises the Dead With a Lot of New Content

Dying Light's Latest PS4 Patch Raises the Dead With a Lot of New Content

Still breathing

PlayStation 4 zombie slaughter simulator Dying Light has received a rather impressive update, and you can go ahead and download it right now. Not only does it implement the title's anticipated hard mode, but it also adds extra outfits as rewards for completing the game, over 50 new weapons to find and use, and even a new weapon...

News: Destiny's Next Update Could Give You More Space to Store Your Stuff

Destiny's Next Update Could Give You More Space to Store Your Stuff

Vault dweller

Destiny's next expansion, House of Wolves, may not be a here for a couple of months yet, but Guardians will be happy to know that Bungie's still busy working on tweaking the existing game. Update 1.1.2 will be deployed at some point between now and the DLC's release, and with it, the developer plans on giving you more space to store...

News: DriveClub's Visuals Are About to Push Your PS4 Even Further Than Before

DriveClub's Visuals Are About to Push Your PS4 Even Further Than Before

Replays, mirages, and more in free patch

We say this every single time that we write about DriveClub, but the post-release support really has been unprecedented. Previously, we thought that Guerrilla Games had set the benchmark with its ongoing commitment to the underrated Killzone: Shadow Fall – but the amount of content that Evolution Studios...

News: Dragon Ball XenoVerse Servers Should Be Working on PS3, PS4 Still Being Tweaked

Dragon Ball XenoVerse Servers Should Be Working on PS3, PS4 Still Being Tweaked

The saga continues

We're going to go ahead and create a new Dragon Ball villain if that's all right. His name's Server, and he's the main bad guy of the current saga, in which Goku and the gang try to stay connected to the Dragon Ball XenoVerse servers, only to be booted after just about every mission. This is Server's doing, as he tries to stop...

News: The Elder Scrolls Online Will Feature Some Big Improvements By the Time It Releases on PS4

The Elder Scrolls Online Will Feature Some Big Improvements By the Time It Releases on PS4

MMO's getting a fresh start

After an eternity of delays, The Elder Scrolls Online is finally adventuring onto the PlayStation 4 on the 9th June, and, for what it's worth, it's looking like the massively multiplayer online role-playing game will feature some nice improvements by the time that it steps foot onto Sony's newest console. The Elder...

News: Grand Theft Auto V's Online Mode Is Getting More Than Just Heists

Grand Theft Auto V's Online Mode Is Getting More Than Just Heists

Come out to play

Grand Theft Auto V's forthcoming Heists update will add more than just multi-layered missions to the online component of Rockstar Games' incredibly popular open world. The developer has announced that three new competitive playlists will be added to the release, which will unlock as you progress through the abovementioned...

News: Dragon Age: Inquisition's New Patch Means You No Longer Have to Lug Your Party's Gear Around

Dragon Age: Inquisition's New Patch Means You No Longer Have to Lug Your Party's Gear Around

No more room no more

BioWare's post-launch support has been pretty good for Dragon Age: Inquisition so far, as it's fixed numerous bugs and even added a few little neat touches to the game through a series of updates. The headline improvement of its newest patch, which is available to download now, is the ability to store your party's gear, so...

News: Gran Turismo 6 Outfitted with New Features on PS3

Gran Turismo 6 Outfitted with New Features on PS3

Where's the PS4 sequel, though?

While we eagerly await information on the PlayStation 4's first Gran Turismo game, developer Polyphony Digital is still cranking out updates for its last-gen predecessor. Announced on the PlayStation Blog earlier today – and available to download right now – a new Gran Turismo 6 update sees the popular B-Spec...

News: Destiny's 1.1.1 Update Is Unleashed Tonight

Destiny's 1.1.1 Update Is Unleashed Tonight

On the pulse

Destiny's 1.1.1 patch is finally launching tonight, Bungie has confirmed via Twitter. As such, Guardians may be kicked from their current games, or may experience some technical hiccups. As for the update itself, it primarily focuses on weapon balancing. Underused for good reason, Pulse Rifles are receiving a pretty meaty 9.7 per...