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And E3 2014 comes to a close. It’s hard to pick specific highlights after the massive amount of news that came out of this year’s show, but I was blown away by the atmosphere of Bloodborne, the grandeur of No Man’s Sky, the intensity of Driveclub, the gruesomeness of Mortal Kombat X, the momentum of N++, the Batman-ness of Batman: Arkham Knight… I could go on.
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is coming to PS3 and PS4 (1080p 60FPS on the latter), we debuted a handful of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX screens, Battlefield 4 got a 20-hour free demo for PS Plus members this week, Capcom showed us how they’re using fan feedback to balance Ultra Street Fighter IV, and we got a first look at new titles Aaru’s Awakening and Blue Estate.
We announced 12 new PlayStation games in one day! Some reeeeal weird ones, too. PS4 got a feature-packed new system update, which added the option to turn HDCP off, USB export for screens and video, new Twitch/Ustream sharing settings (and archiving), a slick new video editor called SHAREfactory (which Sid, Ryan and I tried our hands at, with surprisingly admirable results), and lots more.
PS4 has sold seven million units worldwide and it’s all thanks to you, inFAMOUS Second Son got a bunch of new, player-requested features (and a surprise photo mode, which is incredible), three new PS Vita games are making their way to North American shores, Minecraft on PS3 is getting a retail release, new The Last of Us DLC is on the way, The Walking Dead Season Two is coming to PS Vita Tuesday, and more.