PlayStation Romania press release lists Siren for PS4

New Siren listed among The Order, inFAMOUS, Helldivers, etc.

A new Siren is in development for PlayStation 4, according to a PlayStation Romania press release.

In announcing a January 29 release date for PlayStation 4 in Romania, Sony might have spilled the beans on a new, unannounced entry in the horror series.

It reads:

Furthermore, Sony Computer Entertainment studios around the world are working to develop more than 30 titles such as inFAMOUS: Second Son, The Order: 1886, Siren, Helldivers, Shadow of the Beast, and Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture. Of these, 20 games will be available in the first year since its launch, and 12 are not part of existing series.

Siren: Blood Curse for PlayStation 3 was the latest game in the series, which launched in Japan in July 2008. November 3 this year was Siren‘s 10th anniversary.

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