PlayStation News of the Week: December 9 - 14, 2013

Welcome to another instalment in our weekly news digest where the team at PSU Towers picks our favourite slices of PlayStation-related gossip from the past seven days. See below for the week’s highlights by clicking the links provided.

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 9

PS4 Tomb Raider runs at native 1080p, has enhanced Lara Croft model

Tomb Raider: Definition Edition for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will run at native 1080p, publisher Square Enix has confirmed.

Nintendo's Reggie congratulates PS4, Xbox One launch, but says 'you need games'

The president of Nintendo of America has congratulated Sony and Microsoft on the launch of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but couldn’t resist having a dig at the Big N’s rivals all the same.

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes NA release date announced

Konami has confirmed that Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes will be released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 on March 18, 2014.

Visceral Games job listings confirm 'exciting new IP'

Visceral Games (formally EA Redwood Shores), the developers behind the fear-inducing horror series Dead Space, has listed a number of job positions on the official EA website for work on an "exciting new IP"

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10

Graphic fidelity for The Order: 1886 will 'exceed the trailer,' says Ready at Dawn

Andrea Pessino, one of the founders of Ready At Dawn Studios, has acknowledged on Twitter the integrity of the visual state for upcoming title The Order: 1886.

GTA V will get 'substantial' single-player DLC in 2014, confirms Rockstar

Rockstar has announced that Grand Theft Auto V will receive its first chunk of single-player DLC in 2014.

PS4 stats reveal the share menu has been viewed nearly 11 million times

Sony has dropped off a fresh batch of PlayStation 4 stats for your consumption.

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