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Sony today released four new promotional videos for the PlayStation 4 that highlight their new console’s controllers, game lineup, next-gen immersion power, and Vita-PS4 remote play functionality.

The first video (seen below, as with the other three) provides an overview of the DualShock 4, emphasizing its ergonomic redesign, digital face buttons, more precise analog sticks, and improved L2 and R2 triggers. The second video shows off footage from Battlefield 4, Assassins’ Creed IV: Black Flag, and PS4 exclusives such as Resogun, The Order: 1886, inFamous: Second Son, and Killzone: Shadow Fall.

The third video features developer commentary from the teams behind Elder Scrolls Online and Shadow Fall, championing how the power of the PS4 lends itself to creating player immersion. The fourth and final video—and the shortest—showcases the remote play functionality available to the PS4 through the PS Vita.

The PlayStation 4 launches in North America next week, on November 15, priced at $399. Sony’s fourth home console will arrive in Europe November 29.

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Sony Releases Four New PlayStation 4 Videos to Get the Hype Train Rolling

By | 11/5/2013 04:28 PM PT

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Sony today released four new promotional videos for the PlayStation 4 that highlight their new console’s controllers, game lineup, next-gen immersion power, and Vita-PS4 remote play functionality.

The first video (seen below, as with the other three) provides an overview of the DualShock 4, emphasizing its ergonomic redesign, digital face buttons, more precise analog sticks, and improved L2 and R2 triggers. The second video shows off footage from Battlefield 4, Assassins’ Creed IV: Black Flag, and PS4 exclusives such as Resogun, The Order: 1886, inFamous: Second Son, and Killzone: Shadow Fall.

The third video features developer commentary from the teams behind Elder Scrolls Online and Shadow Fall, championing how the power of the PS4 lends itself to creating player immersion. The fourth and final video—and the shortest—showcases the remote play functionality available to the PS4 through the PS Vita.

The PlayStation 4 launches in North America next week, on November 15, priced at $399. Sony’s fourth home console will arrive in Europe November 29.

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