During a recent GamesCom keynote speech, Sony Online Entertainment's president John Smedley confirmed that H1Z1 is officially coming to the PlayStation 4.
It was previously confirmed that Planetside 2 ran at native 1080p on PlayStation 4, but now we have confirmation from SOE that the game will also run at 60 frames per second on Sony's console, making it one of the most technically impressive feats for an MMO running on a home console.
Sony Online Entertainment has been showcasing H1Z1, their open-world zombie survival game, at as many trade events as possible, including E3.
Sony Online Entertainment is putting a lot of effort and time into the upcoming open-world, zombie-survival title, H1Z1. They recently held a press event to showcase some of the progress being made on the title, as well as how some of the game's mechanic work in a real-time gameplay environment.
The very first gameplay trailer for H1Z1 from Sony Online Entertainment has gone live, featuring in-game play from the upcoming zombie-survival MMO.
Smedley posted some of the following details on the game's monetization, and you can check out the details on the Reddit thread, but the gist is that H1Z1 will not be pay-to-win.
Sony Online Entertainment is working on a new MMO called H1Z1 for PC and PS4. The game is expected to head into its Early Access phase very soon, and the whole concept of the game is basically DayZ trying to get hocked up on steroids.
Some pretty big news has dropped for PlayStation 4 owners, as Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley has made it known that some of the big properties of SOE will be arriving for the PS4, along with a brand new IP.
The time has come to put on your favorite Dragon Force album, boot up your computer and take to the ash-filled skies as Sony Online Entertainment announced the May 29 launch of the Dragon’s Prophet open beta.
One of the cool parts about City of Heroes/Villains was being able to get a group together and build a central command station. Well, even though City of X has been killed off by NCSoft, it doesn't mean that all superhero games have to languish in insipidity. In fact, DC Universe Online is picking up where City of X left off, adding customizable lairs in the new Home Turf DLC.
SOE has announced that fans who have been begging for the double XP event to run throughout the holidays will get their wish: PLanetside 2 will have a double experience point event that will run throughout the holidays, giving gamers more than just a weekend to cash in on extra points, extra cash and extra everything.
There's a new trailer from Sony Online Entertaniment and the basic premise of the trailer is to ask gamers a very simple, very straightforward, very basic question: Can your FPS do what Planetside 2 does? I'm going to go ahead be a buzzkill and lay out a big, emphatic, brotastic “No”.
SOE's first-person, planet-sized war game has officially launched (since yesterday, mind you) and for those of you who have yet to start installing the game (or are still waiting for the game to finish downloading) you can check out some brand new videos to help get you started and whet your appetite for some planetary combat.
If you've been craving for a real first-person, massive multiplayer online shooter with real-time epic battles, countless vehicles, players and artillery on-screen doing what they do best, look no further than Sony Online Entertainment's Planetside 2. The game has officially launched today and all of you eager shooter fans out there looking for a legitimate MMOFPS can join in on the action.
Sony Online Entertainment's president, Johh Smedley, isn't one of those annoying business executives who believes in making decisions about games while having next to no knowledge about them. Instead, he believes that if you don't make games your business, you shouldn't be in the business. Sounds like my kind of executive.