Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia announced a number of Korean development partners at G-Star 2014 in Busan today.
In addition to Blueside and Xiness, who are already known to be bringing Kingdom Under Fire II and Ender of Fire to PlayStation 4, Korean developers Joycity, Nestoss, Smilegate Games, and Quattro Gear are also working with PlayStation 4.
While specific games from each developer were not announced at the G-Star media briefing, two developers’ games are playable at Sony’s G-Star booth:
Nestoss is bringing James`s Legacy: The Prologue, previously announced for the Samsung Gear VR, to PlayStation 4. The game lets players explore various planets and solve puzzles to find out the secret of James’s legacy.
And Quattro Gear, a studio we can’t seem to find any information about, is making a game called Black Witchcraft for PlayStation 4.
Ender of Fire is also playable at the booth.
Update: First screenshots of Black Witchcraft have come in via a newly opened Facebook page. Developer Quattro Gear describes it as a “full HD, 2D gothic action indie game.” View the screenshots at the gallery.