19w ago - Ubisoft Community Developer Kim Belair invites PS4 fans to watch the new Watch_Dogs PlayStation 4 video trailer below just released today!
To quote: Hey guys! I'm Kim Belair and I've just joined the Watch_Dogs team as a ComDev.
I'll be working with Nik Schmidt to bring you new Watch_Dogs info and content as we lead up to the game's launch. I'm excited to be here, and extra excited to share a new trailer.
As you've probably noticed, the buzz around Watch_Dogs has been awesome, and we've gotten some great responses from the press.
In fact, we recently received more than 90 awards and nominations at this year's E3. This trailer showcases a few of the amazing things people have said, paired with gameplay footage – some of it brand new.
The reactions and the accolades we receive help to inspire us; we couldn't be more psyched to be working on something that gets people talking, that excites them, that draws them into a totally new world. And the world of Watch_Dogs is going to be big.
We can't wait to share it with you on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
For now, you can keep up with the latest news on the Watch_Dogs Facebook...
36w ago - Just days after Sony officially launched the PS4 Web site, according to a rumor from PC Magazine (linked above) they are now planning a big PlayStation 4 reveal prior to E3 in April or early May 2013.
Below are the purported details, to quote: "Sony already revealed some PlayStation 4 specs at a February event in which the company unveiled the console's controller (pictured) and a stereo camera with motion capture capabilities, but not, to the chagrin of gamers everywhere, the PS4 itself.
But Sony may be parceling out information about its coming game console to build up buzz, according to the source. Some industry watchers anticipated another reveal or at least some PS4 news at last week's Game Developer Conference, but the company only tipped some details about the underlying hardware, Ars Technica reported.
GDC was probably the last big stage for the company to talk up the successor to the PlayStation 3 before the E3 gaming conference in June, unless Sony manufactures its own event. That's precisely what Sony plans to do, according to the source, who said late April/early May will be the likeliest timeframe for a full-blown launch of the PS4.