As the world’s dev community gathers in San Francisco for the Game Developers Conference (GDC), one of the talking points will be a new version of PlayStation Home that will empower them to create richer, more sophisticated and better connected gameplay experiences than we have seen before.
PlayStation Home version 1.50 introduces real-time multiplayer, improved physics and graphics, greater control over collision detection and much more as part of a suite of new technology that developers can use to create the connected gaming experiences that PlayStation 3 owners are looking for.
While PlayStation Home users might not notice any immediate changes on the release of version 1.50, you can look forward to playing first-person shooters, racing games and more, all in the connected online world that you are familiar with.
The first game that will make full use of this update is SodiumTwo from Lockwood, the anticipated follow-up to the high-speed jet racer already playable in Home.
Now it’s over to our development community to bring even richer games to PlayStation Home.