PlayStation News of the Week: December 2 - 7, 2013
- Posted December 8th, 2013 at 08:37 EDT by Michael Harradence
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6
Fallout 4 won't be shown at VGX, confirms Bethesda
Bethesda has shot down rumors suggesting Fallout 4 will be officially unveiled at this weekend’s VGX Awards.
PSN passwords reset for select users due to 'irregular activity,' says Sony
Multiple PlayStation Network users have had their passwords reset by Sony as a precautionary measure, the console maker has confirmed.
Ex-Sony Liverpool devs form new development studio
Following the disbandment of famed WipEout creator, Sony Liverpool - previously that of PSone developer, Psygnosis – fans were up in arms as to what would happen to its renowned and robust list of IPs. Luckily, it’s been confirmed today, via a press release, that a number of ex-employees have combined to form an entirely new Liverpool-based studio – Firesprite.
PS4's first European PSN chart published, Battlefield 4 leads the pack
Sony has published the PlayStation 4’s inaugural PlayStation Store chart covering the month of November 2013, confirming Battlefield 4 is the most downloaded title among consumers.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7
Bungie announces Destiny release date
In an update on its website and Twitter, Bungie has announced that the much-anticipated first-person shooter, Destiny, will be launching on September 9, 2014 - with a Beta exclusive to PlayStation 3 and 4 coming sometime before.
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition confirmed for PS4
After recent tremors pointed towards a PlayStation 4 port of the acclaimed reboot of Square Enix’s Tomb Raider, it seems a recent advertisement for the VGX awards has all but confirmed it.
Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Games episodic series coming 2014
Straight off the bat, announcements are aplenty at the this year's VGX Awards. In a world premiere, the newest Telltale Games episodic series has been revealed, with a surprise merging: Tales from the Borderlands.
Telltale reveals new Game of Thrones video game adaptation
It's certainly a busy evening for Telltale Games, as yet another series is now revealed to be in the pipeline - Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series.