13 Jun E3 2017 - Sony Conference Recap

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Sony brought us a lot of gameplay and trailers this E3.

Uncharted Lost Legacy (PS4)

The conference started off with a live orchestra playing atmospheric music and showing off the trailer for the standalone expansion of Uncharted. Called Uncharted Lost Legacy the game stars Chloe Frazer, who's off with fellow returnee Nadine to find a treasure in India. The game launches August 22nd.

Horizon Zero Dawn - Frozen Wilds DLC (PS4)

Guerilla Games showed off the first piece of DLC for Horizon Zero Dawn called Frozen Wilds that will be coming out later this year. The trailer focuses on a rather ominous-looking mountain that seems to be crumbling apart from the peak.

Days Gone (PS4)

Days Gone got an extensive gameplay demo giving us a look into the vehicle driving, melee combat and stealth mechanics of the game.

Monster Hunter World (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Capcom announced Monster Hunter World with a trailer. The upgraded graphics really make the big lush environments shine as well as gigantic enemy boss dinosaurs. The game will be coming out Early 2018 for consoles with a PC version to follow.

Shadow of the Colossus (PS4)

JAPANStudio and Bluepoint games revealed a trailer for Shadow of the Colossus remake for Playstation 4. The trailer shows better textures, lighting, animation, and a smoother performance, but it's unclear if anything has been changed content-wise. The remake is coming 2018.

Marvel vs Capcom Infinite (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Capcom have also shown off more footage of Marvel vs Capcom Infinite's story. The game will be coming out September 18th with a Story Demo available right now for Playstation 4.

Call of Duty: WWII (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Call of Duty WWII got another trailer showing off multiplayer gameplay at the Sony conference. The game will be released November 3rd.

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (PS4)

Releasing this November, Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim VR will come to PSVR and will feature the content of the full game, including add-on packs Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn.

Star Child (PSVR)

The first trailer for Star Child, a sci-fi game set in a futuristic world, has been released. The PSVR game is being developed by Playful and published by GameTrust, which is the publishing arm of video game retail giant GameStop. No release date announced yet.

The Inpatient & Bravo Team (PSVR)

Supermassive Games showed off two of their games coming to PSVR. First off, The Inpatient which is set in the Blackwood Sanatorium over 60 years before Supermassive's other game, Until Dawn. The second game, Bravo Team is a more straight forward first person cover shooter which is set in a fictional modern day Eastern European city when an escort mission goes wrong.

Final Fantasy XV Monster of the Deep (PSVR)

Square Enix gave us a trailer for Final Fantasy XV: Monster of the Deep. Unlike the Final Fantasy XV's previously announced VR content, which was a shooting gallery title, this new VR game focuses primarily on fishing and is scheduled to come out September 2017.

Moss (PSVR)

Polyarc have announced Moss, a Zelda-inspired adventure game where you play a mouse as he heads on a long journey exploring the wilderness, all the while a spirit guides him and helps him during complex puzzles and other obstacles along the way.

God Of War (PS4)

 A new trailer for God Of War was released, giving us a more in-depth look at the combat and story of the game. Kratos now has an axe that behaves a lot like Thor's legendary Mjölnir hammer - it comes back to him after he throws it. The game will come out Early 2018.

Detroit: Become Human (PS4)

The trailer for Quantic Dream's next game showed off new characters Marcus and North who are androids, trying to set their fellow androids free. The trailer showed us glimpses of how your decisions can effect the story.

Destiny 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Destiny 2 gave us a glimpse into the story and main antagonist of the game as well as Playstation timed-exclusive map, co-op strike, gear and weapon. The game will be released September 6th for consoles and October 24 for PC.

Marvel Spider-Man (PS4)

Sony closed off the conference with a gameplay demo for the Playstation exclusive Spider Man game. The demo offered an in depth look at the acrobatic combat, web slinging and the story. The game will be called Marvel Spider-Man and is set to come out in 2018.


In the Pre-show to the conference Sony have nonchalantly announced a few other things:

Knack 2 (PS4)

Knack 2 was shown off in a new trailer before the Sony conference started. The trailer showed off gameplay as well as announcing a release date of September 5th and the price, $39.99.

Undertale (PC, PS4, PS Vita)

The hit RPG will be coming to Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita. The standard physical edition will include a 24-page illustrated booklet, and the collector's edition will contain the soundtrack, annotated sheet music, and a musical locket that plays the Undertale song "Memory."

Hidden Agenda (PS4)

Made by Supermassive Games, makers of Until Dawn, Hidden Agenda follows the hunt for serial killer The Trapper, and allows players to make choices collaboratively by voting on their phones using PlayStation’s newly announced PlayLink technology, which lets players use their Android or iOS device to play along. Release is set for this year.

Matterfall (PS4)

Previously announced sci-fi side-scroller made by Resogun developers, got a release date along with a new trailer. The game is set to launch August 15th.

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