It s been almost three years since Sony launched its last PlayStation console, and unsurprisingly, keen fans are eager to see what it has in store next.
As seen in the video at the bottom of the page (courtesy of Itachi Uchiha), patch 1.07 for Devil May Cry 5 on PS4 has now removed the light that initially covered up the brief partial nudity of Trish in the game;s cutscene following Mission 11. With this update, the PS4 version is now identical to that of the Xbox One and PC counterparts of DMC5 which never had this scene censored in the first place.However, there is a rather strange caveat with this entire ordeal. According to multiple reports and footage that has been shared online, it seems that this patch has only removed the censorship in the scene for those on PS4 in the United States. For those in Europe, this scene in question still contains the same light that covers Trish 's backside. The reasons as to why this is the case (or why it was ever censored on only PS4 in the first place) haven 't been given by either Sony or Capcom.
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KUALA LUMPUR, April 1 The smartphone business is incredibly competitive and with its shrinking smartphone market share of below 1 per cent, Sony has grouped its struggling Xperia mobile division with its TV, audio and camera product lines. These units will be merged under a new division called Electronics Products and Solutions.
Sony plans to cut around half of its workforce in the smartphone division, following disappointing annual sales and continued operating losses.
Google may be moving into the gaming sphere with its newly announced Stadia service, and Microsoft may be ready to battle against the tech giant with its own mysterious xCloud platform, but Sony is potentially going in the other direction.
The new move will be taken by the Japanese company in order to cut costs. Sony will also scale down the mobile division by focusing on Europe and East Asia, and limiting operations to Southeast Asia. Some of the Japanese employees will be offered positions in other divisions, while the folks at Europe and in China will have to opt for voluntary retirement.
Sony launches WH XB700 wireless headphones at Rs 8,990 in India PS5 first details: AMD Ryzen CPU, 8K graphics, SSD, 3D audio, and backwards compatibility with the PS4 Apple vs Netflix: Why turf wars are flaring in big tech Sony has been able to compete with the likes of Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market. As Sony continues to lose money on smartphones, Nikkei Asian Review reports the Japanese company will cut as many as 2000 jobs from its mobile division by 2020. If the information is correct, more than 2000 people will either lose their jobs or they will be shifted to other departments.This shouldn 't come as a huge surprise. Sony has been able to compete with the likes of Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market. Its Xperia phones have about 1 per cent market share in the global smartphone market, and the company keeps losing money.
With less than 1 percent of the market, Sony is dramatically scaling back its smartphone ambitions and could exit the business altogether.
Sony PlayStation received a boost this week from a recent survey that shows the PS4 and its successor are in a strong position.
Grace has nabbed a starring role in the new supernatural adventure movie from Sony that is serving as a sequel to the original Ghostbusters movies made in the 1980s by Ivan Reitman, Jason Reitman s fatherGrace has been described as the ostensible lead, with Wolfhard playing her brother and Coon her single mother.
The company behind the feel good anthology books will own a majority stake in the duo;s new venture, called Crackle Plus. Sony will maintain a minority stake in the venture, to which it will contribute the Crackle brand, user base, and advertising arm, Variety reports. Sony subsidiary New Media Services will provide back end technology, and Sony Pictures Television is licensing content from Sony s catalog to Crackle Plus.For its part, CSS will bring its range of ad supported video services under the Crackle Plus umbrella. That includes web series and film school streamer Popcornflix, Christian service Truli, Popcornflix Kids, Popcornflix Comedy, horror streamer Frightpix, and Espa olflix.
The news was first reported by Variety, and further detailed in a press release issued this morning.CSS Entertainment will now be the majority shareholder in the new joint venture, rebranded as "Crackle Plus. " (Sony hasn 't entirely departed.) Sony, meanwhile, will receive 4 million five year warrants to purchase Class A common stock of CSS Entertainment, Variety 's report says.