It’s time once again to look at back at the past month and see what the movers and shakers were on PlayStation Store. The big news this month – we welcome PS4 to the charts!
The blockbusters were of course out in force in October. Call of Duty Ghosts topped the PS3 chart, but was pipped on PS4 by Battlefield 4. On PS Vita, Media Molecule’s delightful new adventure Tearaway ruled the day. Check out the full charts below, and let me know which games you picked up!
Whether you have used VidZone before or not, if you like music videos and own one of those shiny new PlayStation 4 boxes that everyone has been talking about so much, you will definitely want to read on.
For those that have, you will find that the new and improved VidZone has been fully optimised for PS4 to offer vastly faster start up times and super quick navigation. This means no more waiting to get to the music videos, your playlists, TV channels and everything else you already know and love about VidZone.
We are also using the enhanced social integration that displays a user’s recent VidZone activity in their ‘What’s New’ activity feed and also allows them to share screengrabs of their favourite music videos with friends.
I hope those of you who managed to secure a PS4 are enjoying it. Those who couldn’t quite get one, I hope you will soon. With that said, there’s plenty of content still to come for PS3 and PS Vita.
On the starting grid this week is Gran Turismo 6. Beautifully recreated automobiles and world race circuits are yours to explore in Polyphony’s latest of the franchise. Improve your driving skills in a robust single player experience and once ready, head online for some tense head to head action with other car enthusiasts from across the globe.
Our Christmas deals are also underway with some exciting titles that are set to feature. Naturally, I won’t be able to give away a confirmed list, so definitely tune in regularly to see what will appear. In the meantime, there’s a new wave of DLC savings going live, including offers on Fallout 3 and Gravity Rush, which I know many requested. The full line-up of week 2′s wave is below.