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, OCTOBER 28
PS4 will support stereoscopic 3D, Trine 2 among first next-gen 3D games
Finnish game developer Frozenbyte has taken to the PlayStation Blog today to announce it will be porting its side-scrolling platformer Trine 2: Complete Story, to the PlayStation 4.
Modern Warfare 4 not on the cards, says Infinity Ward
Infinity Ward’s Tina Palacios has confirmed that the developer isn’t planning on making a fourth installment in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise.
U.K. Charts: Batman: Arkham Origins dethrones GTA V
Superhero prequel Batman: Arkham Origins has booted Grand Theft Auto V off the top of the U.K. All Format Chart following its launch last Friday.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29
PS4 to be outsold by Xbox One at launch, says analyst
Colin Sebastian, an analyst with Baird, has said his firm expects the PlayStation 4 to be outsold by Xbox One during the launch period for both formats this November.
Battlefield 4 offers 'superior experience' on PS4
Reports coming in regarding next-generation versions of Battlefield 4 have pegged the PlayStation 4 release as the superior product.
Assassin's Creed 4's PS-exclusive content will remain exclusive
The extra content that the PlayStation 3 and 4 versions of Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag contain will remain exclusive to those platforms after suggestions that it was timed exclusive.
Clementine returns in The Walking Dead: Season Two on PS3 and PS Vita
Telltale Games has revealed The Walking Dead: Season Two, an episodic series that will continue the story of Lee and Clementine as established in its original, critically acclaimed The Walking Dead series.