Due to the growing number of threats in the computer world, ethical hackers have become the most important player for not only governments but also private companies and IT firms in order to safeguard their systems and networks from hackers trying to infiltrate them.
Naughty Dog’s adventure shooter franchise, Uncharted has just hit a significant milestone. Thanks to the remastered collection, Uncharted 4 and the most recently released Uncharted The Lost Legacy, the series has sold over 36 million units at retail, according to VGChartz. That would mean around 4.1 million of the sales were digital.
When many modern game’s launch, they blast onto the scene with a bang, but more often than not, steadily decline in player numbers in the subsequent months. With Rainbow Six Siege however, the exact opposite happened. The title launched back in December 2015 but to a poor reception, however in the past year, with constant support from Ubisoft via updates, new content, free weekends and Youtubers playing the title, the game managed to make a significant comeback.
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The Forest, an open-world survival title which has been out for a couple years now on Steam was confirmed to release on Sony’s platform, however, we didn’t have a release window yet. Now the entertainment company has unveiled that the title will release next year. Not only that, during the PSX celebrations, we also got to have a quick glimpse of what to expect from the title on console.
The annual PlayStation Experience event was held this weekend providing gamers with 3 days of gaming announcements, exhibitions, and all round fun.
When Knack was promoted alongside Sony’s PS4 back in 2013, people were excited to have a refreshing take on the third person adventure titles that were so popular back in the era of the 2000’s, unfortunately the game wasn’t as good as we had hoped – in fact, it was pretty awful, and it seems most of the internet agreed.
If you are like me and still have your embarrassing PSN username from when you were a teenager – we have some good news for you. Sony Interactive Entertainment America CEO Shawn Laydan revealed that gamers who are a little bit tired of their username will be able to change it early 2018.