“Great experience, really good time. Though I wouldn’t like to do it again. A determined hacker will get you, the question is how you build your life so you’re able to cope with those things.” – Tim Schaaff, president of network entertainment at Sony, showing good humour while speaking to GamesBeat of the mid-April PSN outage.
Overwatch PTR patch: several changes made to highlights, duplicates from Loot Boxes "drastically" reduced
The Overwatch team is currently testing some of the highlight reel changes promised back in May, and you can help things move along by hopping onto the Public Test Realm (PTR). And in more good news: Blizzard is “drastically reducing the amount of duplicates” you’ll find in Loot Boxes.
Ever Oasis releases for 3DS tomorrow, and if you want a look at some of the puzzles and resources you’ll need to gather in order to build up your oasis, check out this gameplay video.
Destiny fans were probably pleased when they heard the release date for Destiny 2 had been moved up. And while it’s nice to get things early, there was a very good reason for the move.
We’ve just had our first unplanned outage of PlayStation Network services this year.
The PlayStation Network has gone down all across the world.
Tim Schaaff, president of Sony Network Entertainment International, has announced his retirement. Sony Computer Entertainment boss Andrew House will take over his position. The sector manages online video, music, and gaming services across Sony hardware. Schaaff will remain on SNEI’s board as an external director. Thanks, Gamasutra.