Sony said today during GDC that PlayStation Network contains 90 million registered accounts across all regions. The figure was provided by Ted Regulski, manager of SCEA developer relations, who also said the numbers were pulled from PS3, PSP and PS Vita customers. He said Sony was “the only major console publisher to allow self-publishing” and that the others out there “have publishing rules that aren’t much fun, and there are no weird limits you have to hit in order for us to pay you.” He also claimed Sony provided better royalty rates to developers than Microsoft or Nintendo but failed to provide any set of figures to back up the statement. Thanks, Develop.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds players might wish to keep their expectations low when it comes to PUBG 2.0 releasing by year’s end.
Ubisoft announces changes to Rainbow Six Pro League and all Rainbow Six Siege worldwide competitions
A new formula for the Rainbow Six Pro League and for all Rainbow Six Siege worldwide competitions was announced today by Ubisoft.
The Overwatch patch which adds the new Blizzard World map along with the spiffy new cosemtics is now available.
Sony believes its indie support is the best in the business.
While other console-makers treat indie developers like second-class citizens, Sony’s making a real push to give exposure to the best out there. But is it enough, or is it too late? Nathan Grayson ventured to Fantastic Arcade in Austin to find out.