MotoGP 14 release today, Sony can’t produce PS4′s quicker than Europe buys them, and more BF4 DLC – daily PlayStation round up
In today’s mixing pot, there’s a new release trailer for MotoGP 14, news from Sony that it still hasn’t met Europe’s initial demand for PS4 consoles, and details of Battlefield 4′s Dragon’s Teeth DLC.
Daily PlayStation round up
- Last year, perennial bike sim craftsmen Milestone cast aside the SBK Superbike World Championship license to have a go at MotoGP – and it was pretty good. Today, MotoGP 14 enters new-gen (PS3 and Vita are still covered, mind) and to mark the occasion, here’s a new trailer:
- In more business-y news, Sony UK managing director Fergal Gara told CVG he believes the company is “still dealing with the day one market” and “has yet to catch up with initial demand” for the console. Which is mostly great news for Sony, but a bit embarrassing if you’re the guy in charge of console distribution, production numbers and suchlike.
- Lastly, guess what you guys? DICE is making some Battlefield 4 DLC! Out in July, the fourth of five planned packs entitled Dragon’s Teeth adds four new multiplayer maps set in Asian cities, a remotely operated ground vehicle and ballistic shield. No actual reptile molars, then. Psh.