Phew, that’s a wrap on PSX 2017! We’ve been awfully busy for the past few days. We didn’t want to leave our loyal Blogcast listeners hanging, though, so we made time (and wrangled one very special guest!) to record an on-location episode for you. Enjoy!
Read on for a rundown on even more updates and new game announcements from PSX.
What a month! November saw the launch of multiple megatons like Call of Duty: WWII, Star Wars Battlefront II, and Skyrim VR — all three of which performed enormously on the month’s PlayStation Store download charts. Horizon Zero Dawn saw a surge on the PS4 list, surely thanks to the launch of its long-anticipated The Frozen Wilds expansion (which also performed quite admirably).
One month left in 2017. Who’s going to close out the year on top?
Welcome back! October on PlayStation Store saw FIFA 18 take the top spot for PS4, followed by South Park: The Fractured But Whole (heh) and Middle-earth: Shadow of War.
We’ve got some massive releases coming up — any guesses for this month’s charts?
We’re back, baby! Sorta.
Apologies for the lack of a Blogcast recently; we’ve been busy prepping for our big Paris Games Week Showcase! We hope you’ll agree that the wait was worth it. Sid, Zac and I crashed a meeting room shortly after the show ended to record our impressions while they were still fresh in our minds. Please enjoy this special bonus episode of PlayStation Blogcast — we’ll be back with a new, farm-fresh numbered episode soon, promise.
What a show! We hope you enjoyed our suite of announcements and updates from Paris Games Week, but just as E3 was only half the story, the announcements made on stage don’t cover the breadth of everything happening here in France.
We’ve collected every major announcement in this post, but we’ve also included a bevy of other new updates from devs across the industry — read on for your closest look yet at what’s coming to a PlayStation near you.
Welcome back! We’ve got some fresh, pipin’ hot charts for ya — the US PlayStation Store top downloads for September 2017, specifically.
Looks like Destiny 2 was a popular choice for PS4 players in September, with a triple-attack of new sports titles (NBA 2K18, FIFA 18, Madden NFL 18) just behind it. The surprise announcement and immediate availability of Final Fantasy IX on PS4 helped it round out the top 5.
CCP’s Sparc made a strong debut at #2 on the PS VR charts, but it wasn’t quite enough to dethrone the super-cool Superhot VR. Finally, Undertale fans are determined to keep Toby Fox’s quirky RPG masterpiece at the top of the PS Vita chart, and they did so handily.