The Sony Press Conference was similar to last year’s, in which the show was mostly game after game video and was had some small dialogue interactions by Sony Executive, Shawn Layden. Although a brief show, at just over 60 minutes, the show was packed with gameplay videos and game announcements.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
The show kicked off with live music performance, as the lights went down, a familiar voice narrates over stunning graphics. It is revealed to be more footage of the upcoming Uncharted spin-off, which releases 22nd August 2017.
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds
Horizon Zero Dawn is getting an expansion DLC in The Frozen Wilds. It will have additional story aspects and hours of content. It releases later this year, but know specific date yet.
Sony Bend’s Days Gone, got another gameplay demo. It showed some driving, combat and stealth mechanics, that enhance the action packed shooting mechanics shown originally. Environments look expansive, as you have to sneak by a group of human enemies to rescue a group companion. In entering the enemy base, the player uses explosives to destroy barriers allows the zombies to attack the enemy. It ends with a Zom-Bear ready to attack the player. No release date was given.
Monster Hunter World
The next game was introduced as a cult classic and announced with a hefty gameplay demo. It took until the end of the demo to reveal it was footage from Capcom’s new Monster Hunter World. It releases in early 2018. Check out the reveal trailer below.
Shadow Of The Colossus
A big surprise to the show was the reveal of a remake of Sony Japan’s PS 2 classic, Shadow Of The Colossus. The remake will be created with the help of Bluepoint Games. The game looks it’s been built from the ground up and looks great. It releases in 2018.
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite
A story trailer was released during the conference, with gameplay releasing after the show. The game mashes up the world’s of Marvel and Capcom, as Thanos joins the good side in the fight against evil. The game releases September 19th and you can try the Stroy Demo right now via the PS Store.
Call Of Duty: World War II
The multiplayer for COD: WWII was shown. It included close-quarters combat, flamethrowers and vehicular use in a match. The game releases November 3rd.
Skyrim continues to get enhancements on PS4, with a VR update, allowing players to play the entire game in VR.
Star Child is a new PlayStation VR game by Playful Corporation. Not much is known, but it seems to be a sidescrolling adventure. Keep an eye for more information in the future.
The Inpatient is the first of two PlayStation VR games announced by Supermassive Games. The games seems to be a first person horror game. No release date was given.
Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV
Final Fantasy XV gets a new PlayStation VR expansion, where your fishing skills will be brought into question. But players will soon find more dangerous monsters of the deep. The experience comes out September 2017.
Supermassive Games second game in development, is Bravo Team. It is a first person shooter, which looks to bring more action packed gaming to PlayStation VR. No date for release is known at this time.
Moss is a puzzle platformer, that sees you take control of Quill, a small mouse, as she has to combine classic, action-adventure controls with a world that responds to your touch. Solve puzzles, combat evil, and achieve victory together.
God Of War
A power house of the PlayStation brand has always been a new God Of War game. Some stunning footage was showcased, showing off intense combat, breathtaking visuals and new characters and enemies. The game comes out early 2018.
Another sizeable gameplay demo for Detroit was shown, as you play as Marcus, leader of the android resistance. Several decision trees were shown, as your actions will dictate the story arc.
Some new Destiny 2 footage was shown. The game releases on September 6th, with early BETA access , first on July 18th. There is also exclusive PS4 content.
The conference ended as it did last year, with Insomniac’s Spider-Man. This time we got a hefty gameplay demo, which seamlessly blended cutscene and gameplay beautifully. It should off Spider-Man’s acrobatic traversal, enemy combat (which has tones of Batman: Arkham series), a semi boss battle and movement across New York City. Check out all the footage below.