Tonight, Sony held its annual E3 conference and as usual, it was quite the spectacle. We were live on location for all of the big reveals and if you’ve missed it, don’t worry as we have recapped everything that was revealed and announced.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
The spinoff standalone featuring Chloe and Nadine received a brand new story trailer that showed the darker theme.
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wastes
At the Sony E3 conference, Guerrilla Games revealed the first DLC for Horizon Zero Dawn, called The Frozen Wilds, which is set to release in 2017.
Zombie hunting at its finest and grittiest.
Monster Hunter World
After years of fan begging, Capcom finally deliver on the biggest fantasy the world of Monster Hunter has had: “big” console support! Monster Hunter World is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC in early 2018. Check out an article with screenshots, trailer and artwork here.
Shadow of the Colossus Remaster
The beloved PS2 game is getting another makeover for the current gen as it will now be making its way to the PS4.
Call of Duty
Marvel Vs Capcom
Another installment on the ever growing roster of superhero brawls
Who wants to buy Skyrim for the 6th time? You know you do!
Star Child (VR)
The Inpatient (VR)
This trailer is creepy as fuck and should scare the pants off of anyone in VR.
Monster of the Deep Final Fantasy XV (VR)\
This quirky VR title puts players in the shoes of the fabulous foursome and expands upon the fishing mini game.
God of War
This iteration of God of War is taking on the distinct Playstation feel and seems to capture the vibe of games like Horizon Zero Dawn and Uncharted. It’s set to release in early 2018.
Detroit: Become Human
The sequel to Bungie’s mega franchise got a longer story look and some Playstation exclusive news of a Strike, Exotic Weapon and PvP map for the PS4.
Spiderman is getting the Playstation treatment and it’s vibe is very Batman Arkham Asylum meets Infamous.
That’s a wrap from Sony’s press conference. Thoughts on the news? Let us know in the comments!
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