Sony’s press conference at E3 2017 was dominated by game trailers which played uninterrupted for almost an hour. The trailers included a bunch of upcoming AAA titles, new indie games and a few games for PSVR. Here’s our roundup of all the most anticipated titles Sony announced along with their reveal trailers:
1. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
Sony added another standalone DLC to its incredible popular Uncharted series, The Lost Legacy. The game is based in India, and will be available on 22nd August.
2. Call of Duty: WW II
After many hints and leaks over the past few months, Sony unveiled a long cinematic trailer of the upcoming Call of Duty title set during World War II. The game will go on sale on 3rd November.
3. God of War- Be A Warrior
Sony revealed an extensive game trailer of the upcoming sequel to the God of War franchise. God of War- Be A Warrior is expected to release early next year as a PlayStation exclusive title.
The Spider-Man franchise also took the audience by storm with a new title. The trailer looks quite promising and if Sony delivers it might be one of the biggest hits of next year.
Sony also revealed a DLC for Horizon Zero Dawn, and a number of new games including Days Gone, Monster Hunter World, Shadow of the Colossus, Marvel vs Capcom Infinite, Detroit: Become Human and Destiny 2. It’s definitely an exciting time to be a PlayStation user!
Sony may not have revealed a brand new games console at its global E3 showcase , but there was no shortage of blockbuster games on show.
The Japanese company wasted no time getting its keynote underway, hitting gamers with a blitz of new content and updates on current projects.
Big franchise games like Call of Duty: WW2 and God of War mixed with surprise announcements, like a remake of the PS2 classic Shadow of the Colossus.
There was also a focus on new downloadable content for two of PlayStation’s biggest franchises: Uncharted and the recent blockbuster Horizon Zero Dawn. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds with both arrive before the end of the year.