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  1. A user at Resetera.com has announced that the hack version of PlayStation 4 (PS4 4.05) is now available and hence, the opportunity for targeting the highly sought-after Sony device is ripe. As per DanteLinkX, the user who posted about the hack, it is possible to load or dump PS4 files into ‘.pkg’ format and then load them on firmware version 4.05. Moreover, there are multiple dumps that are compatible with version 4.05 PS4 games and these are being distributed on the internet wildly. “Supposedly a hack for firmware 5.01 is on the way too,” said DanteLinkX. This new hack has been dubbed as PS4HEN. It has the capability of modifying the console at the software level to allow homebrew applications to be executed and run. In simple words, it converts the regular PS4 console into a developer’s kit. Hackers used PS4HEN to emulate PS2 games so as to boost PS4 library. Perhaps, people are now playing pirated PS4 games that too on compromised version of PS4. V 4.05, for instance, Doom VFR and Dead Rising 4. Furthermore, the PKG Kitchen tool allows games like GTA V, Uncharted 4 and similar others to be dumped online for users to play. However, the process of playing pirated system is not only complicated but detrimental to the machine itself. There are a number of free games available on PSN so you can opt for them but if you really intend to get your console hacked then we suggest that you wait for more information on the hacking tools and the consequences of their usage. A statement is due to be released by Sony regarding this issue but you need to remember that hacking PS4 will instantly render its warranty void and it would become impossible to sell your machine to local vendors. If you try to remove the hack even then you will be facing compatibility issues. You can learn more about the hack by following this link. https://www.hackread.com/playstation-4-hacked-to-run-ps2-emulation-homebrew-software/
  2. If you’ve been thinking about buying a PlayStation 4 Pro, then good news: the number of options you have just grew. Sony has announced two new PlayStation 4 Pro models, both of which are launching at the end of the month. While one is aimed more toward mainstream consumers who just want something a little different, the other is decidedly for Monster Hunter enthusiasts. The first console we’ll touch on is a limited edition Monster Hunter: World bundle. As with most of these special bundles centered around a game, the console comes with a unique look, outfitted in a red and black Monster Hunter theme with a matching controller to boot. Of course, the bundle will also feature a copy of the game, so you’ll have everything you need to dive into Monster Hunter: World on launch day should you decide to pick this bad boy up. For those who might want something a little more subtle than the Monster Hunter: World console, Sony is also launching a white variant of the PlayStation 4 Pro. This is the same one that was featured in Destiny 2 bundles around the time of that game’s launch, but now it’s available as a standalone product. While the Monster Hunter: World bundle will be a limited-time item, it sounds like the Glacier White PS4 Pro is here to stay. When both of them launch on January 26, you’ll be able to get them exclusively at GameStop (or EB Games if you happen to live in Canada). The Monster Hunter: World bundle will set you back $449.99, which is $50 more than the standard PlayStation 4 Pro. That isn’t a bad deal, considering that the console itself comes with a special paint job and you get a copy of Monster Hunter: World. The Glacier White model, on the other hand, will cost $399.99, the same price as the standard PS4 Pro. Both of them are up for pre-order right now at GameStop, but if you’re eying that Monster Hunter: World bundle, you might want to hop on it quick – after all, these things have a way of selling out quickly. source
  3. Steam Client Update March 9 Valve pushed a new stable update of the Steam Client for Linux, Mac, and Windows users, as well as on its Debian-based SteamOS gaming operating system, adding, as expected, numerous improvements and some new exciting features. The March 9 Steam Client Update is awaiting you next time you fire up your Steam desktop client, no matter the operating system you're currently using, and it will add a new option in the setting that lets you disable group announcement and event notifications, and removes the sing-on notifications for in-game/online friends. Among other general improvements, Valve's engineers managed to improve the error handling for game files that are locked by other apps during an update, as well as the sort order of your gaming library to also detect games that start with Unicode characters or punctuation in their names. Of course, lots of bugs were squashed in this stable update for all supported platforms, and a couple of issues have also been resolved for macOS users. Furthermore, the Big Picture mode gained a confirmation that should appear just before Restarting, Suspending, or Shutting Down the client from the system menu. Lots of Steam Controller improvements That's right, there are lots of Steam Controller improvements in this new stable Steam Client update, starting with better offline support for controller configurations and personalization, which can now be downloaded for offline use, support for previewing controller configs when importing them, and Steam Controller configuration links. "When browsing configurations, a link can now be copied to the clipboard by pressing the Start button or Control+C. Following this Steam link will how the configuration and it can be optionally applied to the game it corresponds to. This link can be opened via a browser or at the command-line," reads the changelog. It's also possible to vote controller configurations, as well as to sort them by votes instead of usage. Moreover, it looks like the default sorting of controller configurations now uses a rolling 30-day window showing the most popular ones of the last 30 days first, and Lock Gyro support was added to the Extents option for Joystick Move. And that's not all, because there's also support for multiple additional PlayStation 4 and third-party PlayStation 4-style controllers, audio support for the official DS4 v2 Slim controllers, a brand-new mouse dampening option for the Mouse Region mode, and power-off timeout functionality for wireless PlayStation 4 controllers. Some enhancements and bug fixes were also implemented for the In-Home Streaming and Steam VR features, and you should update your Steam Client as soon as possible. If you didn't get a notification, go to the Steam menu and click on the "Check for Steam Client Updates" entry. Make sure you restart your Steam Client to apply the update. Have fun and check out the full release notes below for more details. Steam Client Update March 9 Source
  4. While over seven million Playstation 4 units have been sold, the upcoming v1.70 release will be the console's first major system software update. Sony Computer Entertainment is introducing a video editor application called SHAREfactory with the next update. SHAREfactory will allow PS4 owners to stitch together gameplay footage and customize them with text, transitions, filters and so forth. Users will also be able to add video commentary with the help of the PlayStation Camera and import their own music for use. SHAREfactory videos can be shared through Facebook or exported to an external USB storage device. The v1.70 update also includes the ability to switch off HDCP to allow for direct video capture and the removal of default saves for both screenshots and video clips. Additionally, the update will ship with an auto pre-download feature that, when enabled, will pre-download selected pre-ordered games up to days in advance. Sony Computer Entertainment has not revealed a date for the v1.70 update. Source
  5. Following last month's release of Sony's PlayStation 4 in Japan, the company today revealed a whopping 6 million console sales worldwide. That figure includes the 370,000 sold in Japan since its Feb. 22 launch. "I am absolutely delighted that PS4 is off to such a great start in Japan," Sony CEO Andrew House said in a statement. "The responses we have received for the PS4 system's integrated social capabilities have been phenomenal, and I couldn't be more thrilled that gamers are utilizing these unique features to engage, share, play, and connect with users around the world." Software sales have been soaring as well, reaching almost 14 million copies of game titles and other software sold in retail stores globally and via digital downloads. According to a recent Sony blog post, more than 90 percent of U.S.-based PS4s are online, allowing gamers to connect and compete with each other. "It's truly humbling to see the rate at which gamers across the globe are choosing PS4 as their next-gen console of choice," John Koller, vice president of marketing, wrote in a blog entry. Video streaming platforms Twitch and Ustream have also enjoyed a boost in service, as more than 3.6 million live broadcasts have been shared via the PS4. Players have also embraced the Share button on the console's DualShock 4 Wireless Controller, sending more than 100 million shares to Facebook and Twitter. "And soon, you'll be able to share your greatness in new ways," Koller teased, saying that developers are taking advantage of the PS4's interactive live broadcasting features by adding new modes that turn broadcasted gameplay into an interactive sport for spectators. Sony Computer Entertainment "will continue to expand the world of PlayStation by growing its library of breakthrough games and bringing more innovative features and services only possible on PS4," House said. Sony unveiled its next-generation PlayStation 4 in February 2013. The PS4 launched in the United States and other markets last Nov. 15 with a new controller, user interface, and games—including Deep Down, Final Fantasy, and Diablo III. It didn't take long for the updated machine to amass record sales, reaching 2.1 million consoles sold worldwide within its first month on shelves. In January, the NPD Group revealed that Sony's console held a sales lead that nearly doubled Microsoft's Xbox One numbers. Just two weeks ago, Sony announced a whopping 5.3 million units sold around the world. "We love the enthusiasm that all of you have had for the PS4 since launch, and we can't wait to share more great games, experiences and features with you soon. Greatness awaits!" Koller wrote. Source
  6. Roughly a week after the release of the PlasyStation 4 and it looks like it already could have been Jailbroken by a hacker who goes by the alias of Reckz0r. The news comes from GrahamCluley who shared Reckz0r’s PasteBin file that essentially explains the whole process in a step-by-step format. The Jailbreak could allow for pirated games, customizations of the UI of the PlayStation and just about anything else hackers can do with root access. LET'S GET STARTED! As you all know, PS4 runs Orbis OS, that is highly based on FreeBSD (which is a opensource operating system), and as the PS4 is closely identical to a PC, I guess you all knew that PS4 and the Xbox One will probably end up getting pwned soon, and now..its time. NOTE: I did not find this vulnerability within PS4, nor did I write the exploit, while I was browsing thru an Brazilian console-hacking forum known as condinh0 (I am sure you all know this if you hang out at TOR). A person named x-s4nd3r released the devkit of PS4, as well as the exploit within 5 days of PS4 release. Although most of you don't know how to apply that jailbreak on the PS4, I am making this tutorial to sort this shit out for you. -EXPLOIT DETAILS- OS: Orbis Console: PlayStation 4 Type: Privilege Escalation/Buffer Overflow (allows to run assigned code) Created on: 25 November 2013 -AUTHOR- Name: x-s4nd3r URL: http://twitter.com/xs4nd3r (feel free to get him v&) FILES: PS4 DevKit: https://depositfiles.com/files/deitivkle Jailbreak Package (exploit): https://depositfiles.com/files/xwurigoq ***IMPORTANT***** - You need the DAY ONE Update to jailbreak the PS4, otherwise these files will be considered unrecognizable. GUIDE: 1. Create a folder on your USB storage device. This is where you'll put the exploit. 2. Create a "SANDERPS4" folder. Inside that folder, create another folder named "EXP." 3. Extract the PSORBISEXP.PUP file from the package, and save it in the EXP folder. 4. Make sure your PlayStation 4 is turned off. 5. Connect the USB storage device to your PlayStation 4, and press the power button for at least 7 seconds. The PlayStation 4 will start in Safe Mode. 6. Select "Update System Software." 7. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the jailbreak. 8. If your PlayStation 4 doesn't recognize the jailbreaking file, make sure that the folder and file names are correct. 9. Voila! JAILBROKEN! Source
  7. It may have only been on sale for a couple of days and in just one territory, but it’s fair to say that bar some worrying reports of potentially high failure rates the PS4 launch has been a success. Largely positive reviews amongst both the press and buyers has seen the PS4 off to a good start in its battle for supremacy with the Xbox One. As if to drive home just how well the PS4 launch has gone, Sony has announced that it sold a million units of the new console inside its first 24 hours on sale in the North American region which is a figure not to be sniffed at. In a press release, Sony’s Andrew House said that "consumer reaction has been so phenomenal." Sales remain very strong in North America, and we expect continued enthusiasm as we launch the PlayStation 4 in Europe and Latin America on November 29. We are extremely grateful for the passion of PlayStation fans and thank them for their continued support. The PlayStation 4 went on sale on November 15th in the United States and Canada and is priced at $399. Released before its big competition in the guise of the Xbox One, the PS4 promises to offer sizeable jump in performance and functionality over its older sibling, especially once developers begin to squeeze as much power out of the device as possible over the coming years. The same can also be said about the Xbox One, so it’s safe to say we’re in for some interesting times in the gaming world throughout this new generation. The PlayStation 4 goes on sale across the globe over the coming weeks, and it’s almost certain to be as well received internationally once gamers get their hands on the new console. More impressive and technically powerful titles will also begin shipping too, which always helps to shift hardware. Source