PlayStation News of the Week: October 21 - 25, 2013
- Posted October 26th, 2013 at 17:18 EDT by Michael Harradence
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23
Sony's Kaz Hirai to deliver keynote at CES 2014
Kazuo Hirai, President and CEO of Sony Corporation, has been confirmed to deliver a keynote at the forthcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this coming January.
Xbox One and PS4 almost identical, says Resident Evil creator
Shinji Mikami, creator of Resident Evil, has been interviewed in this week's Edge magazine, where he has given his thoughts on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.
Amazon gifts Watch Dogs PS4 bundle customers with $10 credit toward select PS4 games
When Ubisoft announced the delay of its E3 2013-award-winning Watch Dogs to Early 2014, PS4 pre-order customers were understandably jilted, as Amazon's popular PS4 launch bundle containing the open-world shooter was cancelled in kind.
EA 'firm longterm supporters of Sony,' says EA boss
With EA's recent deals with Microsoft, many believe that the company is taking sides with the new consoles, but EA has refuted that and believes that the company is neutral and wants to give the same treatment to Sony and the PlayStation 4.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24
Assassin's Creed 4, Watch Dogs PS4 content is time-exclusive only
Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 4-exclusive content featured in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch Dogs will only remain so for six months.
PS4 will allow you to use your real name online at launch
IGN has Tweeted confirmation that PlayStation 4 will allow gamers to use their real name for all of the console’s online services at launch.
Killzone: Shadow Fall PlayGo download is 7.5GB
Guerrilla Games has revealed that PlayStation 4 launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall’s PlayGo download will weigh in at 7.5GB.
Telltale's The Wolf Among Us heading to PS Vita
The Wolf Among Us, the first post-Walking Dead effort from the storytellers at Telltale Games, is coming to PS Vita later this year.