All The Games Sony Showed Off At Its Press Conference
And remember to keep an eye on GameSpot’s E3 2017 hub for all the news, impressions, videos, and more coming out of the convention this week.
Call Of Duty: WW2
This year’s Call of Duty goes back to World War II for the first time in 10 years. It follows a young soldier from the US 1st Infantry Division and includes iconic WWII moments like the D-Day invasion of Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge.
The next game from Sony Bend (Uncharted: Golden Abyss), Days Gone, is an open-world action game set in a post-apocalyptic world. If the new E3 trailer for the third-person game is anything to go on, it’s a brutal world out there, and we’re excited to learn more.
The sequel to Bungie’s online multiplayer shooter, Destiny 2 sees the Guardians in a rough spot. The Tower has fallen and is under siege from an invasion force, and it’s up to you explore far-flung areas of the solar system to fight back. Plus, it’s set to include a number of updates and new features, and it’s even coming to PC.
Detroit: Become Human
Quantic Dream and famous developer David Cage return with Detroit: Become Human, a PlayStation 4 exclusive featuring robots who rise up against humans. We learned in the new E3 trailer that one of the leads will be played by Grey’s Anatomy’s Jesse Williams. No release date has been announced.
God Of War
God of War is the latest entry in the long-running action game franchise developed by Sony Santa Monica. While the game shares the same name as the first entry in the series, it’s actually meant to be a soft reboot to the story of protagonist Kratos.
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds
The next game from Killzone developer Guerrilla Games, Horizon: Zero Dawn is expanding this year with a story expansion called The Frozen Wilds. It’s no surprise that more content is coming, as Horizon was a big hit critically and commercially, selling more than 3.4 million copies.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite opts out of the over-the-top 3-on-3 fighting from its predecessor and goes back to its roots with 2-on-2 fights. It also introduces Infinity Stones, a new mechanic that provides you with unique abilities in battle.
Monster Hunter: World
The Monster Hunter franchise returns to consoles with Monster Hunter: World. Like the recent 3DS installments, you can scale walls, leap attack onto monsters, and cook food. It also appears to have a multitude of new elements, like a grappling hook, flares, and a machine gun-like firearm.
Shadow Of The Colossus
A remaster or remake of the critically acclaimed 2005 game Shadow of the Colossus is in the works. The reveal was sparse with details, though the game will have current-gen visual enhancements. It’s said to release at an unspecified date in 2018.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
If a Switch port wasn’t enough, critically acclaimed RPG Skyrim is also coming to PSVR. You’ll be able to do all the regular Skyrim favorites–use magic, shoot arrows, wield weapons–from within virtual reality, though it’s not yet clear if there will be any changes or updates to the game in this version.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a standalone chapter in the Uncharted series where you play as fan-favorite character Chloe Frazer, as she embarks on an adventure alongside mercenary Nadine Ross in search of a mystical treasure known as The Tusk of Ganesha.
Sony pushed VR pretty hard at its conference this year. As well as Skyrim VR, it also revealed a Final Fantasy fishing game called Monsters of the Deep, a new VR title from Until Dawn developer Supermassive, and a new shooter called Bravo Team. Check out the full list below, or our gallery of all the PSVR games at Sony’s E3 2017 conference.
Sony had so many games to show off this year at E3 that it had a pre-show filled with reveals. The critically acclaimed independent RPG Undertale is making its console debut when it comes to PS4 and PS Vita this summer. Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom got a new story and gameplay trailer. Knack 2 was also said to release on September 5 and priced at $40. The following is the full list of games featured during the pre-show: