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, JULY 21
The Last of Us 2 not on the horizon, says Troy Baker
The voice actor behind The Last of Us protagonist Joel has said that a sequel to the critically acclaimed action-adventure title is not currently on the horizon.
Uncharted 4 dev pushing for 1080p/60fps for all PS4 games
The developer behind the award-winning Uncharted franchise has revealed that it is aiming for all of its future PlayStation 4 games to run at 1080p/60fps, after achieving the milestone with The Last of Us: Remastered.
Doom won't be shown to the public until 2015
Bethesda lifted the wraps off the long-delayed Doom reboot at QuakeCon last week, but for the rest of us, it is unlikely we’ll catch our first glimpse of the hotly anticipated FPS until 2015.
TUESDAY, JULY 22
Borderlands 3 'will happen,' says Gearbox
A third instalment in the Borderlands franchise will definitely materialize at some point, developer Gearbox Software has assured fans.
Assassin's Creed Unity stabs naval gameplay in the jugular, is 100% land-based
Ubisoft has confirmed that Assassin’s Creed Unity, the latest chapter in its multi-million selling stab-’em-up franchise, will eschew the naval elements that rose to prominence in last year’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
Battlefield: Hardline pushed back to early 2015
Battlefield: Hardline is set to miss its original fall release window, instead launching in early 2015, publisher EA has announced on the game’s official website.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23
Crash Bandicoot revival not ruled out by Naughty Dog
Naughty Dog has refused to rule out a possible return to the Crash Bandicoot franchise following persistent rumors of a comeback for Sony’s former marsupial mascot.
Star Wars Battlefront to launch 'preferably close' to Episode VII
Star Wars Battlefront publisher Electronic Arts has said that it is hoping to bring the hotly anticipated title to stores around the same time as the forthcoming movie, Star Wars: Episode VII.
PS4 system software 1.75 coming soon, including 3D Blu-Ray support
Sony announced that another update will be available soon for the PlayStation 4.