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Sony: We “Have Some Epic Stuff Still Under Wraps… Can’t Wait For E3 Now!”

Posted on Friday, December 13 @ 09:45:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Aside from a handful of games, not the least of which include InFamous: Second Son and The Order: 1886, Sony's plans for PS4 in 2014 are still very much a mystery.

Speaking to what's in store for gamers, SCEA's senior VP of PlayStation Brand Marketing, Guy Longworth, teased the PlayStation faithful in the comments section of the PlayStation Blog, saying:

Thanks… we’ll be working harder than ever to continue to bring you the Best Games and the Best Gaming Experiences on the planet.

...we’re working on them and have some epic stuff still underwraps… can’t wait for E3 now!

What are you hoping Sony announces for PlayStation 4 next year? Do you think the recently announced Uncharted will be making it out before 2014 comes to a close? Will we ever hear more on The Last Guardian? Comment below with your thoughts.

[Via PlayStation LifeStyle]
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