Sony Debuts Playstation Home 1.5 Today

Well aside from being my birthday, I think Sony had me in mind with this and the release’s yesterday (just kidding) but they will be debuting the Playstation latest update entitled “1.5”

Sony is launching a new Sodium themed private space along with the update, although Lockwood Publishing’s futuristic racer utilizing the Home 1.5 framework, Sodium Two, is still in closed beta. You can find a complete list of the UI and functionality updates being introduced at the source link here.

Announced during GDC, version 1.5 of the PlayStation Home client will go live today (Apri 20th). The update not only introduces engine enhancements designed to aid developers in making full high-performance games for the platform, but a number of interface tweaks as well.

Share this article:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on tumblr
Share on email
Share on whatsapp

Recent Posts


What is The Future of Xbox Hardware

During the most recent Xbox showcase, they announced three new SKUs of the Xbox Series X|S consoles. While we didn’t get an announcement of a new handheld like many were …

SolForge battle Gaming

A Collectable Card Battler¬†– Let’s Play SolForge Fusion

If you are not familiar, SolForge Fusion is a CCG (Collectable Card Game) created by Richard Garfield (Magic The Gathering) and Justin Gary (Ascension). It started as a physical card …

Gaming News

Gigantic Is Back and You Should Be Playing It!

For those who are not aware, Gigantic was originally released in 2017. It is a third-person MOBA Hero hero shooter originally developed by Motiga and published by Perfect World Entertainment. …

Hardware & Tech

Targus Targets Sustainability and Innovation With Their Ecosmart Line of Products

Most people who have used a PC or had some sort of laptop bag have heard of Targus. They are a well-known name in the PC peripheral space and have …

No Rest for the Wicked Key Art Gaming News

No Rest For The Wicked Launch Trailer

Many people are most familiar with Moon Studios from their games in the Ori universe. Those games are filled with some of the best and most complex platforming mechanics and …


Are Subscription Services Like Xbox’s Game Pass Good for Developers?

People have questioned the benefit of Game Pass since its original release in 2017. Subscription services can have amazing benefits for the consumer but does it negatively impact developers? The …