Redditor Gamstat combines straightforward math with the new My PS4 Life feature to reveal telling insight into the player counts for PS4 games.
From disappointing releases through to some disastrous business decisions, here are all of the the biggest video game publisher fails of 2018.
New reports about the PlayStation Classic reveal that the console has over 30 additional games hidden in the source code for the mini PS1.
The list of PlayStation Plus free games releasing in December 2018 is out now and includes OnRush, Soma, and a decent batch of video game titles.
New reviews for Sony's upcoming PlayStation Classic console surface online, with many people bashing Sony's attempt at the "classic edition" trend.
Gaming analyst and industry veteran Michael Pachter thinks Sony skipping E3 2019 is a mistake, and speculates why the company might miss the show.
More rumors and reports offer evidence that Sony is preparing to reveal the PlayStation 5 in 2019 with a 2020 release date for the next-gen console.
Sony officially won't be bringing PlayStation to E3 2019, further damaging the annual tradeshow, and raising concerns of what the PS4 has left.
Sony decides to use an existing open-source PlayStation One emulator for the PlayStation Classic, licensing it rather than producing their own.
Sony Interactive Entertainment America files a patent for a gaming controller featuring a touchscreen, prompting speculation it could be for the PS5.
The first reviews of the PlayStation Classic say the downsized console looks pretty but is let down by a lack of games and unimpressive emulation.
Sony patents a new virtual reality controller, and its design sparks rumors that the company is already preparing for the upcoming PlayStation 5.
Free PlayStation Plus titles for November 2018 include Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition, Yakuza Kiwami, Jackbox Party Pack 2, and more PS3 and Vita games.
Sony reveals the full PlayStation Classic game list in a YouTube trailer for the upcoming mini console, showcasing a deep, varied library.
PlayStation's official Twitter account confirms that the long-awaited, oft-rumored option of a PSN name change is coming sometime in early 2019.
Sony's Chief Executive Officer Kenichiro Yoshida confirms that next-generation hardware is a necessity for the PlayStation console family.