inFAMOUS 2 teased for next issue of ROPS [Update]

The latest issue of Portugal’s PlayStation: The Official Magazine is teasing the reveal of inFAMOUS 2 in their next issue. The magazine ends with a picture showing the eyes of the first game’s protagonist Cole MacGrath and the following words underneath: “The announcement of a great PlayStation 3 exclusive sequel in the next ROPS.”

ROPS is the Portuguese abbreviation for the magazine.

I can’t say I’m surprised. Especially after the domain registrations. Although, I will say I hope this doesn’t mean E3 is going to be infected with sequelitis.

Thanks, Yoshiro.

Update 4:39pm: I’ve changed the title to “teased for” rather than “to be revealed in”. In my excitement, I posted this as if I was sure it would be inFAMOUS 2. However, there is a slim chance it might not be and I wouldn’t want you guys taking my word for it, then finding my home tee-peed if it doesn’t happen. I don’t have yard cleaners.

Update 5/31 10:37am: It’s definitely inFAMOUS 2. Here’s that picture of Cole McGrath’s eyes.

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