Actor leaks Infamous 2, movie billboard leaks Resistance 3

The movie, which is reportedly called Battle: Los Angeles, will be releasing in 2011, which would fall in line for the release of an as-of-yet unannounced sequel

You'll find new information about the biggest games in the strangest places these days. G4TV discovered the first details about inFamous 2 earlier today after an actor named David Sullivan posted a message on his Twitter page about auditioning for the game. So it seems that not only is the sequel to inFamous in the works, but it will apparently have a new voice actor lending his dulcet tones to the main character. When G4TV reached Sony for comment, they stated "We have made no announcements in regards to the inFamous franchise." So it's a franchise now?

Resistance 3's discovery was even more bizarre. On the NEOGaf forums, a user by the name of goldsoundz saw what seemed to be an on-set billboard for the Resistance sequel, to be shown in a movie filming in his hometown of Shrevport, Louisiana. The movie, which is reportedly called Battle: Los Angeles, will be releasing in 2011, which would fall in line for the release of an as-of-yet unannounced sequel. Other NEOGaf commenters have noted that the presence of the Statue of Liberty seems to indicate that there will be some part of the game set in New York. So... in a movie world where aliens are invading LA, games about NY being invaded by aliens are being heavily promoted. That's kinda morbid.

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