Ahead of the UK’s November 29 PS4 release date, Sony has confirmed that a range of new PS4 games will be announced on November 14.
An announcement which will tie-in with the console’s November 15 release in the US, the new PS4 games are set to be confirmed during the US Spike channel’s PS4 All Access Live Stream which will be hosted by American gaming TV personality Geoff Keighley.
Teasing the upcoming reveals via his official Twitter feed, Keighley stated: “Get ready for an epic night of @PlayStation world premieres and announcements. #PS4ALLACCESS, Live from NYC in 2 weeks, 11/14, 11PM on Spike.”
Questioned directly by a follower on whether the launch event would see “new PS4 games” introduced, Keighley answered bluntly and in the affirmative stating simply: “Definitely.”
Although the all access PS4 launch will be live streamed around the world, sadly for us Brits, who already have to wait two weeks longer than the US to get our mitts and gamepads on the new PS4, the stream will not kick off until 4am GMT on the morning of the 15.
With less than four weeks remaining until the PS4 UK release date, Sony last week cause uproar with a number of gamers, revealing that the upcoming console would not support the ability to play audio CDs and MP3 files, support external hard drives or allow for DLNA file transfers.
With all of the above features available on Microsoft’s own next-gen console, the Xbox One, some of those who had placed PS4 pre-orders hit out at the Japanese manufacturer, suggesting the company had kept the omissions secret.
Further affecting the console’s arrival, the launch list of PS4 games has been depleted in recent weeks with Drive Club set to face continuing delays which Watch Dogs has been pushed back to 2014. There are currently no further details on what the new PS4 games announcement will include.
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