The president of Sony Online Entertainment, John Smedley, has announced that the Early Access for H1Z1, the MMO zombie-survival game, will commence for PC gamers starting on January 15th, 2015.
Sony has announced that PlayStation Network and the Sony Entertainment Network are back to normal. The company's online services were taken down this weekend by hackers.
Sony Online Entertainment has made it known that not only will H1Z1 – the open-world zombie survival game – make an appearance on the PlayStation 4, but it will arrive on Sony's console after the PC version of the title has been released.
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.
Public testing for EverQuest Next Landmark is about to enter a new phase. Sony Online Entertainment revealed today that the closed beta is starting in a matter of days.
Sony Online Entertainment has launched the alpha test for their MMO sandbox game EverQuest Next Landmark. Select players are now able to jump into the game and start building.
EverQuest Next Landmark's alpha test is almost here but will your computer be able to run it? Sony Online Entertainment has published the system requirements that you'll need for the sandbox MMO's first public testing.
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.
PC gamers will be able to try out EverQuest Next Landmark in February when the alpha test launched. To get access to the test, you'll need to purchase a Founder's Pack.
With EverQuest Next, Sony Online Entertainment will be rethinking traditional MMORPG combat. In a new interview, they revealed that EQN won't adhere to the "holy trinity" model.