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Sony Online head John Smedley says that the development team for Planetside 2, which officially launched a couple of weeks ago, could stay online as long as the year 2025.
As promised, Sony Online has officially launched Planetside 2, the free-to-play sequel to the developer's sci-fi first person shooter MMO game. featuring support for thousands of players at once.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced that their free-to-play sci-fi first person shooter MMO sequel PlanetSide 2 will officially launch to the public on November 20th.
Sony Online has announced the details of what is included in the Alpha Squad package for PlanetSide 2, the upcoming free-to-play sci-fi first person shooter MMO game.
Sony Online has started closed beta testing of its upcoming sci-fi FPS MMO sequel Planetside 2. The game has also been confirmed for a launch via Steam at some point.
Sony Online head John Smedley has announced that the closed beta test for Planetside 2, the sequel to their sci-fi FPS MMO, will begin sometime early next week.
We will have a full report on the gaming themed press event we attended in San Francisco this weekend. In the meantime check out the nuggets of gaming news that popped up on the Interwebs...
After months of hints and speculation, Sony Online has officially announced plans to launch PlanetSide 2, a sequel to its sci-fi first person shooter MMO. While Sony Online's CEO John Smedley had already confirmed that...
Everyone enjoy their long holiday? Good, because it looks like there will be more than one big announcement in the gaming world in the next few days. In the meantime check out these news nuggets: The...