PS4 Weekly News Recap: PSN's Social Features Are Now On The Web, Plenty Of Persona, And More

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From convenience and freebies, to delayed DLC, this week's PS4 news is a bit of a wild one. The PlayStation Network is making it a little easier to get in touch with your pals and there's plenty of news to go around about deals on your favorites and forthcoming releases.

No longer will you have to fire up your PS4 or grab your phone to hop on the PSN app, as you'll be able to chat with your friends straight from your browser. Kojima's mysterious Death Stranding revealed some new cast members that you may know from Days Gone and The Last of Us. Persona 5 fans will get to see the anime this year, and both Persona 5: Dancing Star Night and Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night will have PSVR support. Speaking of PSVR, there's a pretty snazzy deal on the system going on right now until March 3.

Forthcoming Releases

First Onrush PS4 And Xbox One Trailer Is A Motorstorm Fan's Dream

Burnout Paradise Remastered Microtransaction Listing Is A Mistake, Says EA

Death Stranding Adds The Last Of Us And Days Gone Actors To Its Cast

PS4's Persona 3 And Persona 5 Dancing Games Will Support PSVR

Persona 5 Anime Gets English Sub Trailer, US Release Details

System Shock: Remastered Delayed, Developer “On Hiatus"

Updates and DLC

New Battlefield 1 Update Is Out As Apocalypse DLC Launches For Some

New Fortnite Season 3 Update Is Out; Here's The Patch Notes

The Assassin's Creed Origins DLC Where You Fight Giant Scorpions Has Been Delayed

Two Batmobiles To Soon Be Playable in Rocket League

New Call Of Duty: WW2 Update Out Tomorrow, Here's What It Does


It's A Good Time To Buy PS4's PSVR, Thanks To These New Deals

PlayStation Network

PS4 Game Sale: Lots Of PSN Deals From Now Until Feb. 27

PS Plus: Free PS4 Games For February 2018 Still Available

You Can Now Interact With PS4's Social Features From A Web Browser

Free Fortnite: Battle Royale Items On PS4 Available For PS Plus Members

Another Small PS4 PS Plus Freebie Out Now


Top 20 Best-Selling Games In The US For January 2018

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