Whew! We’re still recovering from last night’s densely packed Media Showcase, featuring our closest look yet at Marvel’s Spider-Man, God of War, Days Gone and more, plus a few surprise announcements (Shadow of the Colossus!!) and some rather excellent music to open the event.
Of course, E3 isn’t just about what happens on stage. We’ve worked with dozens of creators to assemble this mega-list of updates on games on deck for release on PlayStation platforms — with a few new announcements sprinkled in for good measure.
My name is Bryan Intihar and I’m the Creative Director at Insomniac Games working on Spider-Man. It’s been a while since we last showed the game, but today at the PlayStation Media Showcase we unveiled our first gameplay demo, and revealed that the game will arrive on PlayStation 4 consoles in 2018.
It has been a lifelong dream of mine to collaborate with creative minds and make cool games. It’s my pleasure to share that dream with you all by introducing you to the world of Moss on behalf of all of us here at Polyarc. I am grateful for the privilege to share the first look at the world we are building at Sony’s E3 2017 press conference. We’ve worked hard to make something great, and while there is much more work ahead we are excited to give you a look. If you missed the live show please see the link to our trailer included at the top of this post.
During the Sony PlayStation E3 2017 Press Conference tonight, Activision debuted the first look at the Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer, complete with the pounding sounds of war and actual flames while providing a scorching look at this highly anticipated game. However, the real heat came from the trailer itself, which you can watch above. Warning: have some ice nearby for your retinas.
As you can see, Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer marks an exciting return to the franchise’s World War II roots and combat that defined the franchise. Prepare for fast-paced, grounded action with an arsenal of iconic weapons and equipment in the fight to liberate a continent in the throes of tyranny. Call of Duty: WWII immerses players in the brutal gameplay of history’s largest conflict.
Since the very first Monster Hunter game on PlayStation 2, our development team has been creating engaging, memorable gameplay experiences that capture the thrill of the hunt. Now, with Monster Hunter: World — just announced at the PlayStation E3 Press Conference! — we have something truly special we’re excited to share with the PlayStation community. This newest game in the Monster Hunter series will transport you to a new world built with stunning visuals and a living, breathing ecosystem of interactive flora and fauna. And for the first time in series history, Monster Hunter: World will have a simultaneous global launch window and cross-region online multiplayer so that all PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro users around the world can enjoy hunting together.
From the start, GT Sport has been Polyphony Digital’s most ambitious undertaking as we recognized the need for change in the racing games category. In racing, human emotion is what drives the need for competition — to be the best of the best. GT Sport is set to deliver a true-to-life racing experience where each driver will face real risks, rewards, and consequences through competition, and not just a single race to 1st place. Regardless of your experience in racing, each driver is able to develop and compete against others with similar achievements and driving behavior, ensuring that every race is as fair and competitive as possible.
We made it! With the big PlayStation E3 Showcase in the rear-view mirror, we can turn our attention to the rest of our E3 live programming. And it’s shaping up to be a big week — we’ve got more than 15 hours of live programming on deck through Thursday.
We’ve got some serious games on deck. We’re going to learn a lot more about Days Gone, Detroit, Far Cry 5, Fortnite, Marvel vs Capcom Infinite, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Monster Hunter World, Ni No Kuni II, and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. And that’s just on Tuesday!
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