So what’s happening in PlayStation Home this week? The two key highlights are the newest event – PlayStation Move takes over the Presentation Podium – and the next batch of costumes for LucasArts’ Empire Strikes Back 30th Anniversary. There’s more as well, so let’s get into the details!
With its latest transformation the Presentation Podium becomes the perfect party space for PlayStation Move fun and games. Kicking off tomorrow, visitors to the PS Move event space will be granted a unique PS Move controller outfit that you’ll need to access the full event space and team challenge. Don your outfit, grab three other event attendees, and commence the team challenge. Coordinate with your team successfully and you’ll earn new colour variants of the controller outfit, with the ultimate prize an outfit with animated multi-coloured orb! Also available to purchase within the space is a special sparkly multi-colour PS Move controller outfit with exclusive all-new special emotes!
Week two of the Empire Strikes Back 30th anniversary celebration kicks into gear with more fantastic costumes! Looking to capture a Rebel and claim a bounty? Look the part in one of three new bounty hunter costumes, including the Boba Fett Mandalorian Outfit! Make sure to browse carefully through the LucasArts section of the store this week, as there’s a special item available free for one week only! Drop into the Cantina space Thursday evening, starting at 5:00pm BST, for a live chat with Star Wars continuity expert Leland Chee.
If you’re a lady in search of a new pair of shoes, Lockwood have the answer this week with a range of stiletto shoes in a variety of colours and two styles. Also available is a range of full length trench coats (male and female), and three very cute fluffy bunnies for your personal space.
The classical piano: re-imagined by Audi Design & Bosendorfer, brought to life in the Audi Home Terminal in PlayStation Home. Playing the piano is about concentration, flair, and timing. And so is the Audi Design Bosendorfer piano game. Completely free to play and with 3 classically inspired difficulty levels, the piano game challenges you to hit the right notes at the right times in a bid to win 2 great formal wear reward items (one male, one female) and, for the most talented pianists, the prestige of being on the leaderboard. The Audi Design Bosendorfer piano game from Audi: find it in the Audi Home Terminal after Thursday’s update.
Finally, as previously mentioned through the Message of the Day, the FevaArena will be removed during maintenance.