Sony Gives Free PSVR Adapter, Moon Knight Director Revealed

Sony Gives Free PSVR Adapter, Moon Knight Director Revealed

Sony Publishes Website for Free PSVR Camera Adapters

Sony recently published a website where owners of a PSVR headset could go to claim an adapter they’ll need if they want to use the headset on the upcoming console, the PlayStation 5.

Sony has said in the past that all of the PSVR accessories would be compatible with the new platform. The camera, however, will require this adapter in order to work. Fortunately, it is being given away for free.

Customers can acquire the adapter by visiting the website where they will be asked to put in the serial number of their headset.

Source: Engadget

Director Reportedly Chosen for Moon Knight

Moon Knight is expected to be one of the newest Marvel offerings on the Disney+ platform and a recent report by Hollywood Reporter indicates that it may have found a director.

According to the post, the show which features one of Marvel’s more interesting characters, will be directed by Mohamed Diab who is known for the films Clash and Cairo 978. Meanwhile, Jeremy Slater, of Umbrella Academy will be at the helm in the show’s writing room.

Moon Knight is known for many things, including a meme that depicts its main character demanding his money from Dracula who he calls “a big nerd.” The thing about that image is that it could plausibly be in the comic, even if it happens to be fake. A lot is possible in the series. Oscar Isaac will play the titular character who, in the comic, is comprised of multiple personalities.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

Hitman 3 Coming to Switch as Cloud-Based Game

Hitman 3 will be joining the Nintendo Switch lineup according to an announcement made at a recent Nintendo Direct. Unlike most games, it will be available as a cloud-based title.

As such, it will require a connection to the internet. This approach could be a good way for the Nintendo Switch to offer a wider range of gaming experiences, especially as the technology continues to improve.

At the present, the game does not have a release date on the Nintendo Switch. It will release for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia. The game will offer free next-gen upgrades.

Source: IGN

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