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'The Last Guardian' and 'Uncharted 4' publisher teases amount of E3 2014 reveals

Photo courtesy of Sony Computer Entertainment, used with permission

The amount of big E3 2014 reveals have been teased by Sony Computer Entertainment, the publisher behind "The Last Guardian" and the tentatively-titled "Uncharted 4." According to a report from Dual Shockers on May 31, a representative from the company posted a short video from the "Tron" movie with a few modifications. Some fans believed that the footage hinted that there may be five or six announcements planned for the event.

Some of the potential reveals may have been leaked, however. One of the titles should end up being "Project Beast," the next video game from the developer behind "Dark Souls" and "Demon's Souls." From Software decided to partner with Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Studio to work on the PS4 exclusive title. Some clips from the trailers were recently posted online.

The first gameplay reveal of "Uncharted 4" may also be shown off at E3 2014 as several insiders are reporting that it has already been showcased internally. The visuals are described as being better than other graphically impressive games such as "Quantum Break" on the Xbox One and "The Order 1886" on the PS4. Players may be able to control two characters as the potential sequel could take place in two different timelines.

Another heavily-rumored title is a new intellectual property from the studio behind the "Killzone" franchise. The video game is categorized as a role-playing title with a female lead and robotic dinosaurs as enemies. It is expected to come out sometime during the fall season of 2015 in the North American region.

Finally, "The Last Guardian" fans have been waiting for years to hear more about the long-delayed project. Sony Computer Entertainment has reassured the community that the video game is still in development although the publisher has not yet provided any indications as to whether or not the development has been moved to the PS4. You can find an image advertising the E3 2014 press conference from the official Playstation Twitter page with the photo attached near the top of this article.