It’s a double serving of PS Plus news this week, with new free games for August announced followed by news that Sony will be raising the subscription price by £10 a year.
The Sims 4 is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 17th November. Maxis’ popular life simulator is coming to consoles for the first time in eight years.
Nintendo have launched their official Nintendo Switch Online App, a smartphone app that brings online features and voice chat to the Switch though your mobile.
Runescape is coming to mobile devices with full cross-platform PC play. Both modern and classic versions of the game will be full optimised for mobile, with RuneScape Old School set for a 2017 release but no date as of yet for the modern version.
A brand new update for Horizon: Zero Dawn is available from today, fixing reported technical issues, introducing two additional game modes and adding some new content.
The July PlaystationPlus freebies have been announced, and fans of decision based games are in for a treat. Free games this month include Until Dawn, Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series and Tokyo Jungle.
Nintendo have announced the Super NES Classic Edition will launch this September with 21 games, including one brand new title in Star Fox 2. The SNES mini will cost £79.99, and many retailers sold out of their pre-order allocation within minutes of the announcement.
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller will no longer be directing the Han Solo film. It’s news that we’re all too familiar with, after a flurry of similar creative conflicts in recent years.