Resident Evil Village DLC Winters’ Expansion launches October 28 

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Resident Evil Village, the latest in the critically acclaimed survival horror series, launched in 2021 and has already sold over 6 million copies worldwide. The blend of a wide variety of unique characters, such as Lady Dimitrescu, an action-oriented game system, and the story of Ethan Winters who embarks on a journey to search for his kidnapped daughter continues to be enjoyed by long-time Resident Evil fans and newcomers alike. 

There were many requests for additional DLC, and we announced that additional story content was in active development in June last year.

Finally, we’re happy to announce that the highly anticipated DLC, Winters’ Expansion, is coming on October 28. Today, I would like to explain a little about the three contents included in this DLC. If you have not yet experienced Resident Evil Village, we’re also offering a bundle that includes the base game and the Winters’ Expansion! Resident Evil Village Gold Edition will also be available on the same date.

Third-Person Mode

The first piece of content is the Third-Person Mode. This will allow you to play the main story mode in a third-person perspective. This new viewpoint will let you see Ethan as he faces off against his enemies. Those of you who are new as well as those of you who have yet to experience Resident Evil Village can experience the story in this fresh perspective.

Share of the Week: Deathloop – Photo Mode

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Last week we asked you to return to Blackreed and snap stylish shots using Deathloop’s newly released Photo Mode. From portraits to haunting dystopian settings, here are this week’s highlights:

sparkling_Port9 shares Colt casually breaking into a stylish split.

Comput_ART shares this sixties-style black and white picture of Julianna.

kimchitraveler captured the neon lights of Blackreef.

penrosetiling shares the unsettling design of Blackreef,

Yuric83 shares a cheeky poster-like image.

KenKenVega1 used the photo mode filters to create a haunting effect.

Search #PSshare #PSBlog on Twitter or Instagram to see more entries to this week’s theme. Want to be featured in the next Share of the Week? 

THEME: Silhouettes

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Official PlayStation Podcast Episode 433: Lots to Unpack

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Hey y’all! The team is back to recap the slew of news you could use if you so choose from State of Play and Summer Games Fest.

Stuff We Talked About

  • State of Play!
  • The Quarry
  • Resident Evil 4
  • Stray
  • Season: A Letter to the Future
  • Street Fighter 6
  • Final Fantasy XVI
  • The Last of Us Part I
  • Unpacking

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Kristen Zitani –  Senior Content Communications Specialist, SIE

Brett Elston – Manager, Content Communications, SIE

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PlayStation Store: May 2022’s top downloads

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Well hello, mister fancy pants. Evil Dead: The Game was the most-downloaded game in last month’s US/Canada PS5 chart, with NBA 2K22 leading the EU list. Other high performers for the month include Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Elden Ring, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (gotta get ready for that just-announced sequel!), MLB The Show 22, and Sniper Elite 5.

Where did your top picks for May land on the download charts? What do you think will take top honors in June? Hit the comments and let us know!

PS5 Games

1Evil Dead: The GameNBA 2K22
2NBA 2K22LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
3ELDEN RINGStar Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
4MLB The Show 22Sniper Elite 5
5LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker SagaEvil Dead: The Game
6Star Wars Jedi: Fallen OrderELDEN RING
7Ghostwire: TokyoIt Takes Two
8Sniper Elite 5The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe
9Salt and SacrificeAssassin’s Creed Valhalla
10Trek To YomiFAR CRY 6
11The Stanley Parable: Ultra DeluxeSalt and Sacrifice
12It Takes TwoGRAN TURISMO 7
13GRAN TURISMO 7Trek To Yomi
14Mortal Kombat 11Cyberpunk 2077
15WWE 2K22Ghostwire: Tokyo
16Tiny Tina’s WonderlandsAmong Us
17Horizon Forbidden WestGrand Theft Auto V
18Call of Duty: VanguardHorizon Forbidden West
19Cyberpunk 2077Metro Exodus
20NHL 22Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

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PS4 Games

1NBA 2K22NBA 2K22
3Grand Theft Auto VGrand Theft Auto V
4MLB The Show 22The Forest
5Red Dead Redemption 2The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
6ELDEN RINGStar Wars Battlefront II
7Evil Dead: The GameRed Dead Redemption 2
8The ForestMarvel’s Spider-Man
9Injustice 2The Sims 4
10Batman: Arkham KnightThe Crew 2
11Star Wars Battlefront IIStar Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
12The Sims 460 Seconds! Reatomized
13Marvel’s Spider-ManFall Guys: Ultimate Knockout
14Friday the 13th: The GameTom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint
15Gang BeastsGang Beasts
16LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker SagaAmong Us
17Call of Duty: VanguardLEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

Day of the Devs 2022 — indie highlights coming to PlayStation

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Ten years ago, I helped co-found Day of the Devs alongside my good pals at Double Fine and iam8bit. The aim was to create a festival for games that put developers at the forefront, spotlighting the most unique, creative, and artistic indie games we could find from around the globe. It’s a celebration of what games can be and the creators behind them.

Since then, we’ve helped promote over 500 titles through both our tentpole free public event in San Francisco as well as our digital showcases, including standouts from last year such as Death’s Door, Toem, and Axiom Verge 2. Today we’re back with our latest crop of games for Day of the Devs: Summer Game Fest Edition. It’s another incredible lineup of games of all shapes and sizes. Here’s a look at some of the highlights coming to PlayStation.


Time Flies

Day of the Devs 2022 — indie highlights coming to PlayStation

This whimsical game is part open world and part flight simulator – and you play it as a fly! You are provided with a bucket list that you can complete before you die. But the life of a fly is short – and the list is long! Go ahead and learn an instrument, become rich, read a book, go on tour, find yourself, get drunk, make someone laugh or enter the art world! And if you don’t feel like pursuing your life goals, just hang, clean your wings and watch television. Make the best of the time you have! Because we are all going to die.

– Michael Frei & Raphael Munoz, Playables

Release Date: 2023 | Developer: Playables | PS4, PS5



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