Sony's not doing itself any favours lately. DriveClub has been delisted from the PlayStation Store (slightly too soon in some parts of the world) and is due to have its servers switched off early next year. Now, the multiplayer servers for PS3 games Uncharted
It's Bethesda's vault
Fallout 76’s servers weren’t supposed to go live until midnight on 14th November, but you can play it on the PlayStation 4 right now. Betheda’s online open world RPG is currently playable in the UK, and we’re hearing reports that the same is true across Europe and in various other regions, too. Of course, it’s...
Keep on fighting
Just over a month ago, we caught wind of yet another online server purge from Sony. It's seemingly been on a bit of a rampage, closing access to online features in a handful of games that are either no longer relevant or simply unpopular. The last victims of this were games like Warhawk, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, and...
Clipping its wings
Sony is in the habit of shutting down online multiplayer on some games recently. Just this week, we heard news that the plug is being pulled on Drawn to Death in six months, and this follows a trend that also saw Gravity Rush 2, The Tomorrow Children, and Kill Strain lose their online features. Now,
We always rather liked David Jaffe's online multiplayer shooter Drawn to Death, with its pen and paper art style and imaginative characters and weaponry. However, it seems Sony is ready to pull the plug on the game's servers, as it's wont to do with under-performing online titles. A fan fired up the game today, only to be presented...
Status errors, connection issues, and more
And it was all going so well! Destiny 2 launched yesterday with only a few not-so-widespread connection issues, but today, it seems as though Bungie's sequel is struggling to stay online for some players. What's more, the PlayStation Network appears to be having problems of its own, with reports of users...
Sports Champions, ModNation Racers, and more to also get the chop
Call it a hunch, but we don't think Sony San Diego's asymmetric MOBA Kill Strain quite worked out as intended. You may recall the platform holder laying off the portion of the team that worked on the free-to-play foray last September, and now it's announced its intention to close the...