PS News: Live Event App Disable; No Man's Sky Another Controversial Update

Jan 09, 2017 09:55 AM EST | JM Zamora

Today, big news are coming for PlayStation. Starting January 10th, PS4 and PS3 users will no longer access the Live Events Viewer App. Also, space survival game "No Man's Sky" alleged for another controversial update.

The PlayStation Live Event Viewer App is used by PS4 and PS3 users to watch free and paid live contents among another programming. Sony has announced via mail to North American PSN that starting January 10, users can no longer access the app. Reason? Sony is selling a new Live Event App starting January 10 as well.

PS3 users will be greatly affected since there will be no available platforms for Sony's older console. Sad to say, but today is the time for an upgrade.

Another big news in the gaming industry, No Man's Sky received another controversial update. Until now, No Man's Sky fans are doubtful whether the said update leak is a bug fix or a major change. The news started when Hello Games title was updated on Steam this week.

There are speculations saying that the No Man's Sky update will be minor patch according to IB Times. The said update will be next to follow up for the Foundation Update that was released previously.

To recall, the Foundation Update is a large-scale upgrade for the space survival adventure game No Man's Sky. It came with new games modes, and few features that added a huge excitement to the game. Since the Foundation Update was released, No Man's Sky has received positive reviews.

No Man's Sky faithful are hoping that this update will be another major upgrade for the game. If so, expect No Man's Sky to receive another set of thumbs up and reviews from its supporters.

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