20 Nov

PlayStation 5 Games Will Be Region-Free, Release Timeline of Two Major Titles Revealed

first_img– Advertisement – PlayStation 5 games will be region-free, allowing you to play games that have been released in other regions, Sony has shared through FAQs posted on its PlayStation blog. The company has also shared release timelines for two of its major titles, Horizon Forbidden West and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. However, no exact date has been announced yet. PS5 Remote Play app has also been released for PlayStation 4 that will allow users to stream their PS5 games on the PS4.In a long list of FAQs posted on the PlayStation Blog, Sony revealed that PlayStation 5 games will be region-free. It means games released outside the country you bought your console in will be playable without any issues. PlayStation 4 games were region-free as well. The FAQs also revealed that the PS5 will support PlayStation Now – Sony’s cloud gaming subscription service – for streaming and downloading supported games.- Advertisement – Coming to the release dates for Horizon Forbidden West and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Sony posted a video on the official PlayStation YouTube channel where it revealed that Horizon Forbidden West is expected to launch in the second half of 2021. Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart will come earlier and is expected to launch in the first half of 2021. Additionally, Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon Souls will be released on November 12 when the console launches in select regions.In a recent update, Sony added the PS5 Remote Play app to PlayStation 4 and it can be seen right on the dashboard. The app allows users to stream a game from the PS5 on the PS4. The app will allow you to switch between 540p, 720p, and 1080p streaming.Which is the best TV under Rs. 25,000? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement –last_img read more

19 Sep

Tennis News Serena Williams keen to ‘move on’ from US Open row

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Sydney: Serena Williams says she is trying to “move on” from the meltdown that overshadowed her US Open final loss but remains perplexed at her coach’s admission he illegally signalled to her.The 23-time Grand Slam champion lost the decider in straight sets to Japan’s Naomi Osaka after a fiery confrontation with chair umpire Carlos Ramos that she later blamed on sexism.Williams called Ramos a “thief” and a “liar” in a running row with the Portuguese official that eventually saw her docked a game.Also Read | West Bengal: 42 arrested for using improvised wireless devices in constable recruitment examIn an interview with Australia’s Channel Ten, the American superstar said a male player would not have been treated the same way.She said women could not get away with “even half of what a guy can do”.“Right now we are not, as it’s proven, in that same position,” she said in an interview that aired late Sunday.“But that’s neither here nor there. I’m just trying most of all to recover from that and move on.” Williams said she felt “on the cusp of this amazing moment” before the 6-2, 6-4 loss to Osaka.A win would have taken her to 24 Grand Slams, equalling Australian Margaret Court’s all-time record.Read More | Australia kills two sharks after attack on tourists near Great Barrier ReefThe dispute with Ramos began when Williams was issued a warning for coaching, something her coach sitting in the player’s box, Patrick Mouratoglou, admitted to doing.Williams said she had not seen the Frenchman make a gesture and labelled his subsequent admission “a really confusing moment”.“I asked him ‘what are you talking about you were coaching?’,” she said.“We don’t have signals, we’ve never had signals. He said he made a motion, and I said ‘OK so you made a motion and now you’re telling people you were coaching me?’.“That doesn’t make sense. Why would you say that?” last_img read more