TGS 2014 Sony leak reveals unannounced PS4 titles, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 on PS Vita, more
Apparently, an unknown individual tweaked with Sony’s TGS 2014 website, and discovered a plethora of undisclosed Sony information in regards to this year’s upcoming Tokyo Game Show.
The user reportedly fiddled around with the numbers located in the URL’s of the TGS titles, and came upon some intriguing surprises.
Read more details after the break.
TGS 2014 Sony Information Leak
In regards to the PlayStation 4, a collage containing all the Sony title logos expected to feature at TGS 2014 was leaked.
Some of Sony’s PS4 games to be shown at TGS 2014 include:
- Dragon Quest: Heroes
- Persona 5, Bloodborne
- Uncharted 4: The Pirate King and the Final Secret Treasure (This is Uncharted 4’s subtitle in Japan)
- Final Fantasy Type 0-HD
- Grand Theft Auto V
- Sankoku Senki – Sangeki no Sanso/Until Dawn
Additionally, 3 baffling, unannounced PlayStation 4 games were revealed. No further information relevant to them was discovered, only a picture stating “Coming Soon.”
You can see the image below:
In regards to Sony’s handheld, the PlayStation Vita –
The following image showcasing PS Vita titles was leaked:
Interestingly enough, the leak points to the fact that upcoming horror game, Resident Evil: Revelations 2, may be announced for PlayStation Vita, since the game initially appeared in the PS Vita section.
Furthermore, speculation says that a big announcement for PlayStation Vita is coming from Square-Enix at TGS 2014.
For those interested in Sony’s PlayStation 3 at this year’s Tokyo Game Show –
You can view the image below:
Keep in mind that all of the above information is a leak, and is not in any way official or affiliated with Sony or TGS. The information may be true, or it may be not.
The best thing anxious gamers can do is wait until Sony’s TGS press conference on Thursday, September 18th.
What are your thoughts on the TGS information leaks? Are you excited for any of the games to be featured at this year’s Tokyo Game Show? Which ones?
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