Just in case you thought otherwise, Vita cannot be used as a second controller with PS4 games unless they are “specifically programmed” to make use of the tech. This was confirmed by Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida on Twitter. According to Yoshida, it can’t be used as a second controller out of the box “in a normal” sense. “Unless a game is specifically programmed to allow such use of PS Vita,” he said. PS4 is due sometime in November.
An open beta will be held for Ghost War, the PvP mode for Ghost Recon: Wildlands.
Splatoon 2 is released today, and if you’re the type to wait on reviews before making a purchase, scores for the paint shooter have dropped.
Destiny 2 offers players on all platforms a chance to try out the second shared-worlds shooter – and incidentally test Bungie’s network infrastructure, which the studio worries may melt under launch demand.
Sucker Punch is still working on an unannounced game.
Sony has reiterated that while PlayStation Neo has upgraded specs, it is not a requirement for PlayStation VR. Also, it’s been suggested that you remain seated whenever possible.
Vita As A PS4 Controller