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, JANUARY 27
Red Dead Redemption 2 in development, GTA V PS4 coming soon
A sequel to Red Dead Redemption is in development and is likely to be announced for release this year, according to Baird Equity Research (via VG247).
Epic Games confirms it is working on 'multiple games'
Epic Games has today gone on record to reiterate that it is still making software, following speculation that they had stopped working on games to focus on the development of Unreal Engine 4.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has sold over 20 million
Critically-acclaimed RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has notched up over 20 million sales since it launch in November 2011, Bethesda has announced.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 28
Metal Gear Solid 5 PS4 gets direct-feed shots from Hideo Kojima
Hideo Kojima has tweeted some snapshots of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes running on the PlayStation 4, including the exclusive mission ‘Deja Vu’ starring Classic Snake.
Journey on PS4 a 'possibility', says Thatgamecompany
Thatgamecompany, the intrepid minds behind the likes of flOw and Flower has today responded to a Tweet regarding the possibility of seeing its much-acclaimed PS3-exclusive Journey on PlayStation 4.
The Last of Us 2 on PS4 in 2015, according to source 'within Sony'
The Last of Us 2 is currently in production and is coming to PlayStation 4 in 2015, according to a source "within Sony" (translated from Portuguese).
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29
God of War dev relocating out of Santa Monica
The developer behind the God of War franchise has announced plans to relocate out of Santa Monica and into the Playa Vista area of Los Angeles, California.
Guerrilla Games' PS4-exclusive Killzone Shadow Fall sells 2.1 million units
Guerrilla Games’ flagship PS4-launch title Killzone Shadow Fall has sold a startling 2-1 million units, Sony Europe has announced via its Twitter.
The Division made 'specifically for next-gen,' PS3 version wasn't planned
Ubisoft Massive has debunked claims that the studio planned to bring The Division to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in addition to next-generation versions.