Sony launched the PlayStation 4 back in November 2013 and since then, it has sold like hotcakes. In fact according to the official sales figures, Sony has been able to sell 6 million PS4 consoles so far. Andrew House, Playstation’s current president and Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment told WSJ
We’re struggling to keep up with demand. Conservatively, as we get into the early summer months, we’ll be closer to a full supply situation.
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Sony has announced that they will be enabling pre-loading feature on its Playstation 4 soon. The developer behind the game “infamous” was asked if there was a way to pre-download his game and this was the reply he got.
No preload on PS4 until April and for North America, the PS Store will update at midnight PST. So 3am EST
However it is not clear if pre-loading will be available for only his game or for the PlayStaiton 4 as whole. This is what that is unclear right now. This feature was spotted on a game called Titanfall for Xbox One but Microsoft quickly removed it and claimed it was an error.
Developers have started to allow gamers to pre-load games before even they officially release the game. This will allow the gamers to download and install most of the game so that when the game is released, they have the game already installed on their consoles.
While the portable PlayStation from Sony has a lot of fans out there, the company has not sold in droves since it launched. If you have a PS Vita Portable console, Sony has released three new applications for it that include Crunchyroll, NHL GameCenter Live, and Qello Concerts.
NHL GameCenter Live will allow the Vita users watch hockey games with a subscription. Qello Concerts application gives users full concerts to watch on their portable device. Crunchyroll is an anime application from Japan that gives access to Naruto Shippuden, Attack on Titan, Kill la Kill, Hunter × Hunter and many others.
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