ps4E3 is probably the biggest video game expo of the year and we’re about a month away from it taking place. Now we expect that major companies, developers, and publishers to make some announcements and take the stage, as well as have demos for gamers to try out. Now for Sony fans, the folks at DualShockers have recently claimed to have been tipped off by an anonymous source as to what Sony’s plans for E3 2014 are.

DualShockers have also tried to confirm the rumors with another source of theirs, who was able to confirm part of it for now. However until Sony actually makes the announcement, we suggest you take it all with a grain of salt for now, and try not to get your hopes up just yet because some of the potential announcements are pretty big!

According to their source, Sony is expected to show off a God of War 4 teaser at the event. The game is apparently still a bit early in its development stages to show it off in its entirety, hence the teaser. The game has also been rumored for a late 2015 release and Sony is not expected to announce any specific dates either.

There is also mention of Gran Turismo 6 for the Sony PlayStation 4. However DualShockers’ source confirms that the game will be Gran Tursimo 7: Prologue instead, which seems to be in line with what we had heard back in 2013. There will also be developers and publishers taking the stage, like Ubisoft, EA, Konami, Capcom, Warner Bros., Activision, Square Enix, and Take-Two.

There have also been talks that Sony could announce on Rockstar’s behalf the launch of the PS4 version of Grand Theft Auto V. Last but not least, fans of the The Last Of Us game will be pleased to learn that Sony will be ending their presentation with a teaser for a sequel to the game. This is a pretty extensive and detailed leak and we have to wonder how Sony feels about their plans being revealed so early, but for all we know it could be wrong, but in the meantime what do you guys think? Which game are you excited for?

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