- Battle Arena Toshinden
- Cool Boarders 2
- Destruction Derby
- Final Fantasy VII
- Grand Theft Auto
- Intelligent Qube
- Jumping Flash
- Metal Gear Solid
- Mr Driller
- Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee
- Resident Evil Director’s Cut
- Revelations: Persona
- Ridge Racer Type 4
- Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
- Syphon Filter
- Tekken 3
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six
- Twisted Metal
- Wild Arms
Sony officially confirmed that PSN online ID change feature is coming. Selected users who have registered “previous PS4 system software betas” will get access to the PSN Online ID Change feature at first, as beta test, and full rollout for all PS4 users are planned for early 2019.
The first ID change will be free, but it will cost $9.99 after that. For PlayStation Plus members, it will cost $4.99 after the first change.
In the interview with the Financial Times, Sony’s president and CEO, confirmed next gen PlayStation by saying “At this point, what I can say is it’s necessary to have a next-generation hardware.”.
He didn’t said anything about the name of the console, nor release date. But previously, CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment had suggested that the next PlayStation is at least three years away.
Sony announced that they are resetting PS Now 7-day trial. Even if you previously used PS Now or 7-day trial, you can access it again and test it out.
7-day free trial requires credit card and auto-renews at $19.99 per month at the end of the trial period, unless you cancel or subscribe to a different plan.
Sony is opening cross-play for select third party content. Starting with an open beta beginning for Fortnite, and more to come.
Sony recently announced that they are now allowing PlayStation Now subscribers to download PS4 and PS2 video games. But, players need to connect to the internet every few days to unlock the games.