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  1. Not much is known about the game. Other that is coming to PS5 and is rumored to be an MMO. Below is some additional info:
  2. A Tale of Origins and EndingsAcquired all trophies. As a fan of the Nioh franchise this game was worth it for me. The dialogue doesn't take itself seriously and having that type of variety on this age feels fresh.
  3. PVP beta is PC only
  4. A new State of Play is upon us! Join us this Wednesday March 9 at 2 PM Pacific / 5 PM Eastern / 11:00 PM CET for new reveals and eye-catching updates for PS5 and PS4 titles. Note: We won’t have any updates on PlayStation VR2 titles or hardware in this broadcast. The show is clocking in around 20 minutes, give or take, with a special focus on highlighting great games coming from some of our beloved Japanese publishers, though we’ll have a few updates from other developers located around the world, too. You can of course watch our broadcast live on Twitch and YouTube. See you Wednesday!
  5. Our second PS5 system software beta is kicking off tomorrow with new ways to personalize your console experience across party chat, Game Base and accessibility settings. We’re also rolling out a PS4 system software beta tomorrow for players to try out the community-requested Open Parties feature, which is also coming in the PS5 beta. In addition, for PS5 beta participants in the U.S. and U.K, we’re previewing a feature that enables voice commands for finding and opening games and apps, as well as controlling media playback (English language setting only). While access to the PS5 and PS4 betas will be open to selected participants in applicable countries*, the final system software updates will be available globally later this year. If you’re selected to participate in the betas, you’ll receive an email invitation when the updates are available to download tomorrow. As with previous system software betas, some features available during this phase may not make it into the final version or may see significant changes. Here’s a sneak peek: New Party Chat Options In response to community feedback, we’ve made some updates to the Parties system: Open and Closed Parties (PS5 and PS4 betas) When you start a party, you can now select either an open party or a closed party: An open party lets your friends see and join the party without an invite. Friends of party members can also join. A closed party is only for players you invite. Note: in Game Base on PS5 and Party on PS4, if you select [Open Party] when starting a party, only players using the beta version of the PS5 or PS4 system software will be able to join. To start a party that players who aren’t using the beta version can also join, select [Closed Party]. Voice chat reporting feature update (PS5 beta) If you want to report something that someone in a party said, there are now visual indicators for you to identify who was speaking. This will help PlayStation Safety take appropriate action based on your report. You can learn more about this feature here. Share Play update (PS5 beta) Start Share Play directly from the voice chat card. You no longer need to start Share Screen first to use Share Play. Voice chat volume (PS4 beta) You can now individually adjust the voice chat volume of each player in a party on PS4, just like on PS5. PS5 Game Base Enhancements Voice chats are now called parties. For easier access, we’ve divided the Game Base menu into three tabs: Friends, Parties and Messages. From the Game Base control menu and cards, you can now: View all your friends under the [Friends] tab in the control menu, or access the player search feature and friend requests through links on this tab. Add a player to a group or create a new group directly from Game Base in the Control Center. You can also send text messages, quick messages, images, video clips, and view a group’s shared media from this card. When someone in a party is sharing their screen, you’ll now see the (on air) icon. We’ve made it easier to decline friend requests by adding a [Decline] button to your friend request list. New PS5 UI Features Filter by genre We’ve added an option to filter your game collection by genre, letting you quickly find specific types of game experiences. Keep in Home You can now keep the games or apps you choose on your home screen by selecting “Keep in Home” with the (options) button. You can keep a maximum of five games and apps on each home screen with this feature. Increased apps on the home screen You can now have a total of 14 games and apps appear on your home screen. Trophies UI update We’ve updated the visual design of trophy cards and the trophy list. You can also see suggestions for which trophies to earn on the trophy tracker and access it from the Control Center whenever you’re playing a game. Start Share Screen from the Create menu From the Create menu, you can now start a Share Screen and stream your gameplay to an open party. New Accessibility Features More Screen Reader languages Screen Reader, which reads aloud on-screen text and provides spoken guidance for operating the console, is now supported in six additional languages: Russian, Arabic, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, and Korean. This expands Screen Reader support to 15 languages, including the current ones (United States English, United Kingdom English, Japanese, Italian, German, Spanish, Latin American Spanish, French and Canadian French). Mono audio for headphones You can now enable mono audio for headphones so the same audio is played from both the left and right headphones, instead of a stereo or 3D audio sound mix. This feature provides an added option to enhance the PS5 audio experience, particularly for players with unilateral hearing loss.** Check marks for enabled settings You can now show a check mark on enabled settings so you can easily see that they’re turned on. Voice Command (Preview): U.S. and U.K. limited release We’re also testing a feature that enables voice commands for finding and opening games, apps, and settings, as well as controlling media playback on the PS5 console. This feature is currently available in English for beta participants with accounts registered to the U.S. and U.K. To get started, enable Voice Command (Preview) from the Settings menu. Then, call out “Hey, PlayStation!” and ask your PS5 console to find a game, open an app or setting, or control playback while enjoying a movie, TV show or song. You can help us improve the feature through our feedback program, which will sometimes record your voice commands (in accordance with our Privacy Policy) and let you provide instant feedback from time to time. You can turn this feature off at any time within system settings (see above). This feature never records audio for child accounts. We’re in an early testing phase for this feature and will be closely assessing it and listening to your feedback throughout the beta. For more details, check out this page.
  6. Back in May of 2021, our friends at PlayStation announced a new Partnership with Discord, working together to deliver new ways to integrate your PlayStation experience with Discord for your friends and communities to see. Of course, everything needed to stay super-secret at the time, so we couldn’t share anything quite yet. But your daydreams of Squares, Triangles, and Circles swirling in the sky are over as the news drops now: Starting today, we're gradually rolling out the ability to link your PSN account from Discord and display your PlayStation®4 or PlayStation®5 game activity in your user profile! If you’ve ever connected your Discord account to another service that allows you to display your activity, it works similarly here: once your Discord account is linked, the game you’re currently playing on either PS4™ or PS5™ will be shown as your activity, just like that! You can even opt to display your PlayStation™Network online ID on your profile so your Discord friends can add you and tag along. It’s especially great for knowing if your friend is currently playing a game that supports cross-play on another platform. Don’t see the option quite yet? PlayStation Network account connection is gradually rolling out to U.S. Discord users with additional countries soon to follow — check back later in User Settings > Connections if it’s not there for you at the moment. ‍ How to Connect your PlayStation Network Account to Discord Have you ever linked one of the… *shuffles through the integration list*… eleven other services we now offer Discord integrations for? It’s a very similar process, but if this is your first time ever connecting another account to Discord, let’s go through gettin’ it set up: To connect your Discord account to your PlayStation Network account, open up Discord and head into User Settings > Connections on either desktop or web. On mobile, go to User Settings > Connections. On this page, you’ll see a newly-added PlayStation icon. Choose that, and you’re already on your way! From there, a browser window to authorize from your PlayStation account will pop up. Use it to sign in to your account on the login page and boom: your PlayStation Network account is all connected. Simple, right? Once connected, two new options will appear for your PlayStation Network account: “Display on Profile” and “Display PlayStation Network as your status.” While displaying your PlayStation online ID is all fine and dandy, showing your game activity is the real deal and will inspire your friends to join along for the ride. Now, the game you’re currently playing on your PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 console will be happily displayed in your user profile for all your friends and community members to see! Do note that on your PSN Privacy Settings, your “PSN Online Status” and “Now Playing” visibility must be set to “Anyone” in order for your status to be visible on Discord. Take a peek at PlayStation’s article on “How to change privacy settings on PlayStation Network” in case you may have adjusted them before. For more details on the account connection process, be sure to check out our Help Center article. Whether you stick to single-player games or enjoy having your friends join in on multiplayer endeavors, your friends from all over the world will be able to see all sorts of PlayStation games you’re playing and start a conversation about wanting to jump in and play with you. The ability to connect your Discord account with your PlayStation Network account is rolling out starting today and will be available on every platform Discord is on: Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, and the web app.
  7. In 2021 there were a lot of fantastic experiences that many PlayStation fans enjoyed, such as Returnal, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and Deathloop. As the new year is in full swing, we’re pleased to bring back the PlayStation 2021 Wrap-Up report, celebrating your gaming achievements on PS4 and PS5. Starting today through February 20, PS4 and PS5 users* can access and share their PlayStation 2021 Wrap-Up report, with stats such as the number of games played, earned Trophies, playtime on PS4 and PS5 titles, and more. Here are a few of the stats from my 2021 wrap-up report: You can also view stats achieved collectively by PlayStation players from around the world in 2021, including the most popular weapon in Returnal, total number of wrecks in Destruction AllStars, and the percentage of players who have met Kit in Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. A code to download four free avatars will be available to both PS5 and PS4 users who access their PlayStation 2021 Wrap-Up report. For more details, you can visit the PlayStation 2021 Wrap-Up page.
  8. Granblue Fantasy: Relink will be available for PC via Steam alongside its previously announced PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 versions when it launches in 2022 worldwide, publisher Cygames and developer Cygames Osaka announced. Various new details were also announced, starting with new character Rolan: Granblue Fantasy: Relink‘s game content was also detailed:
  9. Sony Group Corp.’s PlayStation division is planning a new subscription service to compete with rival Microsoft Corp.’s popular Xbox Game Pass, according to people familiar with Sony’s plans and documents reviewed by Bloomberg. The service, code-named Spartacus, will allow PlayStation owners to pay a monthly fee for access to a catalog of modern and classic games, said the people, who asked not to be identified because they weren’t authorized to speak to the press about the plans. The offering will likely be available on the smash hit PlayStation 4, which has sold more than 116 million units, and its elusive successor, the PlayStation 5, which launched more than a year ago but is still difficult to buy due to supply chain issues. When it launches, expected in the spring, the service will merge Sony’s two existing subscription plans, PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now. Currently, PlayStation Plus is required for most online multiplayer games and offers free monthly titles, while PlayStation Now allows users to stream or download older games. Documents reviewed by Bloomberg suggest that Sony plans to retain the PlayStation Plus branding but phase out PlayStation Now.
  10. It looks we will be able to reach 100% trophy list once 2.4 comes out, as according to leaks a new Inazuma island will drop on that update. My guess is that we won't be receiving more trophies until the next region (Sumeru) comes out.
  11.   On October 26, 2021, Koei Tecmo Games delivered the program "Shibusawa Kou 40th Anniversary Program Autumn Team" to commemorate the 40th anniversary of General Producer Shibusawa Kou. In the program, it was revealed that Mr. Shibusawa Kou and Team NINJA are developing a new action game set in the Three Kingdoms. Team NINJA is a game development brand established within Koei Tecmo Games. In addition to producing the " NINJA GAIDEN " series, " Dead or Alive " series, " Nioh " series, etc., in collaboration with ω-Force (Omega Force) in the company, " Zelda Musou " series, " Fire Emblem Musou " And so on. Expectations are rising for what kind of new Romance of the Three Kingdoms games will be developed only for brands that have a good reputation for producing action games.
  12. Exploration: Tales of Monstrous MadnessCollect the entire "Ibis Street Tales" series.