PlayStation is spreading the holiday cheer with a new bundle of Christmas-themed greeting cards from a long list of grateful development studios.
PlayStation is getting into the holiday spirit with the annual release of its video game-themed Christmas cards.
The official PlayStation blog posted the season’s greetings, attaching the website’s greetings, along with Christmas-themed greeting cards from a plethora of games. “The end of the year is upon us again! As we reflect on 2021 and look forward to 2022, the PlayStation.Blog team would like to thank you for your support throughout the year.” A number of major developers have come to join in the festivities, such as Bandai Namco, Square Enix, and Santa Monica Studio.
The post included artwork featuring various video game characters celebrating the Christmas season, including God of War Ragnarok‘s Kratos and Atreus, Ratchet and Clank, Horizon forbidden to the west‘s Alor and many others.
The latest main entry for the PlayStation brand is the PlayStation 5, which launched in 2020 with two different models. The base model came with a disc drive capable of playing physical copies of games and other forms of disc media, such as Ultra HD Blu-ray discs.
The digital model foregone the disc drive entirely in favor of a lower price, meaning low budget users could buy it for less, but could only buy and use digital copies of games for their model. . On release, the PlayStation 5 was generally well received by fans, happy with its list of exclusive titles, powerful hardware, and backward compatibility.
Rumors have also started to spread within the community about a project called “Spartacus”, aimed at creating a PlayStation equivalent for the Xbox Game Pass. Information gathered from people allegedly familiar with the details of the project indicates that it will be a subscription plan for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 and will allow players to access modern and classic games for a monthly subscription. . Depending on the player’s subscription level, they may also be allowed to access extended game demos and game streaming.
Although that said, it might be some time before PlayStation 5 fans can get their hands on one. Due to a shortage of long-lasting parts, demand for the next-gen console continues to exceed its supply by a mile, leading scalpers to resell units at monstrously inflated prices. While a new U.S. bill aims to tackle the problem of scalpers, experts say the shortage will likely continue until 2022.
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