Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia President Hiroshi Kawano
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia President Hiroshi Kawano speaks during a news conference in Tokyo September 9, 2013. Reuters/Toru Hanai

New titles for the PS4 have been announced to debut in 2015. These not only include exclusives but also the possible anticipated sequel of a big PS4 and PS3 game that everyone has been speculating about.

'The Last of Us 2' Hinted By Ex-Employee

With the success of "The Last of Us," talk of its sequel has spawned speculations of when rather than if it will be released, and further evidence of this has been spotted in the CV of a former Naughty Dog lead character artist. GameSpot reports that the LinkedIn profile of Michael Knowland, who has worked on "The Last of Us," has revealed that he has spent a month doing prototypes of head sculpts for the sequel.

Though Knowland is already at Avalanche Studios with the "Just Cause 3" project under his name, he has spent three years in Naughty Dog, where he has also been part of the team behind "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End." The source also mentions that Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann has previously hinted a 50% chance of "The Last of Us 2" pushing through. However, the studios has also hinted on two titles aimed for release, one of which is the anticipated "Uncharted 4."

This is not the first time that leaks of potential sequels and titles have been spotted in the CV and professional profiles of developers. The most recent leak pointed to a potential 2015 release of "Red Dead Redemption 2" by one of the senior engineers behind developer Rockstar Games, reports Motoring Crunch. Profiles of game developers are becoming a source for these leaks, though these remain speculations at best, at least until the developer announces official news.

'J-Stars Victory Vs' Coming to North America

Japanese hit brawler game "J-Stars Victory Vs" has created quite a stir, especially for fans of Japanese animations hailing from the Weekly Shounen Jump. Previously, the title was exclusive to Japan, but the long list of character rosters has made it a title to watch out for.

Finally, developer Bandai Namco has announced that "J-Stars Victory Vs+" will be coming to North America. DualShockers has spotted the announcement, with the report pointing to a summer 2015 release. Notice that the title is "J-Stars Victory Vs+" as it will feature an arcade mode in addition to the original content found in the original version.

The title already has a Jump Festa trailer, seen below, and has also been confirmed for a Europe release. "J-Stars Victory Vs+" will be coming to the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.

'JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven a PS4/PS3 Exclusive

Another mainstay of Weekly Shounen Jump before transferring to the more mature publication, "Ultrajump," JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is getting a full game titled "Eyes of Heaven." According to Anime News Network, it will be an exclusive title to the PS4 and PS3.

The first trailer for the title has already been released by developer Bandai Namco Games, as seen in the link above. But what's even better for fans is that they can expect a demo fo the game coming out. This has not yet been specified, nor has the release date for the actual game been announced.

Game director Hiroshi Matsuyama will be returning, as he is also the name behind "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure; All Star Battle," which saw a release for the PS3. A lot of the faces from the manga will be appearing, as well as some new characters.

"J-Stars Victory Vs+" trailer (Credit: YouTube/Bandai Namco Games America)

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