Preloads are currently available on Xbox platforms but those on PC and PlayStation will need to wait 48 hours before their release times for preloads.

A Bloomberg report states that contractual obligations will see Activision releasing at least three new Call of Duty games on PlayStation despite its impending acquisition by Xbox.

The Japan exclusive horror game slated to release on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch shares more details about its characters, and certain gameplay features.

GhostWire: Tokyo Launches on March 24, According to PlayStation Store Listing

MIDia Research’s Karol Severin says it wouldn’t be “financially sound” for Microsoft to turn off revenue from Activision titles on PlayStation.

The Konami-developed free-to-play digital trading card game is now available for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch.

“It’s Not Our Intent to Pull Communities Away from PlayStation” – Phil Spencer on Xbox’s Activision Purchase

The company does plan to keep some of Activision’s titles available for PlayStation consoles, as per a source that spoke to Bloomberg.

God of War (2018) creative director Cory Barlog say Sony is making decisions on PC ports of PlayStation title on a game-by-game basis.

Retailers across the U.K. are being asked by PlayStation to pull physical gift cards for PlayStation Now off the shelves by the end of January.

Neon Giant’s cyberpunk action RPG launched last year for PC and Xbox, and a PlayStation launch hasn’t yet been officially confirmed.

Ubisoft says it has nothing to announce in terms of whether Ubisoft+ will also be launching for PlayStation consoles in the future.