The Official U.K. Playstation Magazine has teased several PS4 games that will be appearing in the upcoming issue of the publication. According to a report from Game Chup on Aug. 24, the magazine posted a sneak peek at the cover of the next issue, revealing that it will be based around the idea of a "zombie outbreak." One of the video games that were mentioned was "GTA 5."
No official announcement has been made by Rockstar Games in regards to possibly releasing a zombie DLC for the fifth main installment of the "Grand Theft Auto" series. However, fans have found several hints from the game's data files. With the "GTA 5" being a part of the zombie outbreak coverage from the Official U.K. Playstation Magazine, an official announcement could be made in the very near future.
The publication is also going to be talking about a new "Resident Evil" video game. However, the magazine did not clarify if the coverage will be based on the recently-announced remastered high-definition port of the Gamecube game or the potentially-leaked, "Resident Evil Revelations 2." Several leaked images appeared for the sequel on the official Xbox Live Marketplace before the shots were removed. As a result, Capcom could also be making an announcement in the near future as well.
"Dying Light," "H1Z1" "The Walking Dead" were the three other games that were featured on the cover. Probably the most unrecognizable name is "H1Z1," which is a zombie apocalypse massively multiplayer game that is coming to the PC as well as the PS4. For "The Walking Dead" adventure game series, season two is about to be completed while a third season was recently announced.
The aforementioned Zombie DLC could be one of many projects that are being worked on by Rockstar North. The same studio is also trying to complete the development on the troublesome "GTA Online" heists as well as porting "GTA 5" to the PS4, Xbox One and PC at the same time. You can find the cover from the upcoming Official U.K. Playstation Magazine issue near the top of this article (via the official Twitter page of the publication).