New updates available for the PlayStation mobile app!!

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Recently via the PS Blog is has been revealed that iOS and Android users will be receiving an update for the PlayStation App on mobile devices and Tablets. This update changes the look of the PS and more. Here’s a run down via the PS Blog:

PlayStation App lets you stay connected to your PlayStation 4 experience wherever you go, and today it is being updated with a completely new design, providing you with a more intuitive and smoother experience to stay connected to your friends and the games you love to play.

A change you’ll notice when you boot up the PS App, are the new tabs at the bottom of the screen for popular features such as What’s New, Friends, and your Profile. It’s now easier and faster to switch between viewing who’s online, what they are playing, and keeping up with the latest activities and posts from your friends and the PlayStation community.

 

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You can now also easily access PlayStation Store, voucher code redemption, and other popular apps and features, including Events, Trophies, PlayStation Plus, and a list of new and upcoming PlayStation 4 games by using the new blue PlayStation button at the bottom.

After the update, the Live from PlayStation feature will no longer be accessible on PS App but you will still be able to spectate the countless game broadcasts from the dashboard of your PS4. Also, the PS4 Second Screen functionality is now a separate standalone app, allowing you to easily switch between its features and the PS App. Just as a reminder, Second Screen can be used as a keyboard to enter text on your PS4 from your mobile device, and also works with games that have a Second Screen feature.

(Editors Opinion: I am not very fond of the removal of the Live from PlayStation Feature. I don’t understand why there’s a removal of it as I feel it was a great feature to have on the go. I hope that PlayStation provides us a reason as to why they are removing apps and making them separate because of as of now it’s becoming more of a hassle than a convenience issue. I do expect for more news to come about replacements or alternatives to these features to be revealed in the future. Along side with this info. I hope to that this news will lead into more of a PS UI revamping. One can only hope though. One thing I personally criticized PS consoles for in the past, is the lazy UI overhauling. There’s always been improvements but I would like to see a new UI for the system overall. Lets hope that this change of the PS App follows up to the PS4 UI making significant changes as well.)

But what do you think of the PS App changes does it bother you at all, or it doesn’t matter to you. Comment below let us know. For news like this and more make to keep us bookmarked and check back with us here at What’s Up PlayStation!

Square Enix Reveals Dissidia NT US Box Art and Battle Guides for Newcomers

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Square Enix has recently revealed a new expansive introduction guide for new  and old users of the Dissidia series. This serves as bridge for users to be prepared for upcoming battles for this generation of PlayStation Gamers in the Dissidia Universe. Not to mention that over via the Dissidia website they’ve made some more recent changes to the Box Art confirming it’s Exclusivity to PlayStation for this title.

Head over to the photo below and check out what Square Enix has available for your disposal. Once you visit the link, make sure to scroll down and select the character of interest via your mouse and prepare yourself for a fully expansive explanation of the character of your choosing.

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Editors Opinion: I must admit as a bit of a newcomer to the series myself I am bit taken by how much information there is available to intake for each character. But I am fully dedicated to putting in the time to learn these characters ( Especially, Cloud, Squall and Noctis ) I would also hope that more characters are in the pipeline from other Fantasy titles of the past but only time will tell.

What do you think of this information so far. Does this motivate you to learn more about the Dissidia Series? Are you interested at all now that this is a console first for the series? Comment below and let us know. For news like this and more make sure to check back with us here at What’s Up PlayStation.

PlayStation Reveals Two New Star Wars Battlefront II Bundles

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If you haven’t heard already it has been recently announced today that there are two new bundles on the way this holiday season.  With the release of Star Wars Battle front being a month away. PlayStation are celebrating the release of Star Battlefront II with the custom made Star Wars Battle Front PlayStation 4’s (PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro). And as expected PlayStation released a trailer today alongside this information to inform fans which you can see below:

 

The Limited Edition PS4 Pro bundle will hit shelves across the U.S. and Canada on November 14, 2017 for $449.99 USD (MSRP) / $549.99 CAD (MSRP). The Standard Edition will be available on November 17, 2017 for $299.99 USD (MSRP) / $379.99 CAD (MSRP). If you want to make sure you get your hands on one of these, pre-order your bundle starting today.

As you can see the bundle is custom made for PS4 Pro with a specially designed DualShock 4 controller. And the Standard (PS4 Slim as many call it) will include the game and a standard PS4 console.

But what do you think? Let us know your thoughts below on these two bundle announcements are you looking forward to Star Wars Battlefront II or are you seeking something else. Comment below let us know. For news like this and more make sure to check back with us here at What’s Up PlayStation.

Gundam Versus Open Beta Begins on September 2nd

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Gundam fans won’t have to wait to long to get their hands on the PlayStation 4 exclusive Gundam Versus. Starting on September 2nd fans will be able to play the open beta for Gundam Versus, with a pre-download made available on August 29th. The open beta doesn’t last too long though ending on September 4th. Gundam Versus is set to release in North America on September 29th, 2017.

GUNDAM VERSUS1Bandai Namco is giving fans a lot to try out for this beta. The open beta will include Ultimate Battle having fifteen online missions and thirty offline ones to try, offline Trial Battle, offline Free Battle, and the tutorial and five in-game tracks including “Missing Rink” and “Crossbone.” Most importantly it will feature online Player Match, online Casual Match in 1 vs 1, 2 vs 2 and 3 vs 3 forms.

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Source: Bandai Namco