With today’s announcement’s of the Playstation 4 launch date came a new trailer for Watchdogs, which you can preorder now and will become available for Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 later this year.
We can now adjust our schedules accordingly thanks to Sony, who has confirmed the release date for the Playstation 4. The console will be priced at $400 and will launch on November 15th in North America and November 29th in Europe.
According to the NA press release, 15 Blu-ray Disc titles will be released between the launch of the console and December 31st along with additional downloadable content. Altogether, there are already over 180 titles in the works. Some of the most anticipated titles include Watchdogs from Ubisoft, for which a new trailer was just released (see video here) and Destiny from Activision.
Playstation had a big hit with their “Greatness” commercial but it didn’t happen overnight. Many hours were spent custom building just about everything you see on screen. So it would be kind of waste to just store it all away right?
Well apparently Sony was thinking the same thing when they created the site Bid For Greatness which will allow players to bid on items from the commercial. All of these items are unique hand-made and well crafted items that took hours to make, so naturally they will be expensive right? Wrong, what makes this even better is that you will be bidding on each item using trophies that your earn on Playstation. This makes perfect sense to me, the more you game, the more you get. Even if your not a Playstation fan you can still appreciate the loot, besides I’m sure we will see them popping up on eBay.
Sony’s Playstation 4 E3 Event.
According to VG247, Little Big Planet 3 has shown up on an animator’s résumé. The little detail has magically disappeared from the web but as we all know, once it’s on the web, it’s on there forever. The page has been cached and here’s what the credit noted.,
‘Little Big Planet 3′ (Video Game) | Client: Sumo Digital / Surface Digital
Animator/VFX Artist – (Release TBC)
Producing ingame animation and VFX”
Of course there isn’t really any other information about the game itself or any dates but it’s definitely an interesting find that, at the very least, confirms the game is real and makes us wonder if Sony will be making any announcements about it at E3, which is right around the corner.