Everything Shown At Sony’s E3 Presentation

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Sony have unveiled some big hitters at E3 with some old faces making an appearance as well as some exciting looking new titles, below is a full round-up of everything in the Press Conference.

Sony opened with footage from Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, starring Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross, the female anti-heroes of the series, in their own spinoff.

Next was footage from the upcoming Horizon Zero Dawn expansion, titled the Frozen Wilds, with sees Aloy tackle the snowy north.

Days Gone was next, looking gorgeous and showcasing some of the stealth mechanics and how the hordes of zombies(?) can be used to the players advantage.

President & CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment America Shawn Layden took to the stage next to discuss the opening games and to introduce the upcoming showcase. He touched on powerful consoles, 4k, VR and interactive story telling discussing old titles and new.

The next title was the newest entry to the Monster Hunter series titled; Monster Hunter World. The footage shows the main character hunting massive prey using a range of ingenious techniques.

Next saw a PS2 giant (excuse the pun) getting a remake, Shadow of the Colossus.

Marvel vs Capcom Infinite was next, with a snippet of the story and a sneak peek of the characters available.

The annual Call of Duty title was next which was to be expected and showed the gritty WW2 combat that will be released in November.

VR took the lead for the next segment starting with Skyrim VR before swiftly being followed by the futuristic Star Child and a sinister trailer for The Inpatient. Final Fantasy XV Monster of the Deep and Bravo Team continued the VR showcase, finishing up with Moss.

The next trailer was met with roaring applause when Kratos appeared onscreen looking more beardy than ever before fans were treated to some gameplay footage of the next-gen entry, simply titled God of War.
Detroit Become Human looked as gorgeous as ever and a little more was shared of the story which will involve a revolution of Androids.
Destiny 2 gave some insight to the story and classes available but showed little in the way of gameplay.
Shawn Layden returned to the stage to introduce an extended gameplay segment for the new Spiderman title, showing Peter Parkers stealthy side as well as his ability to kick ass.
The showcase finished with a trailer showing everything that had been seen over the previous 60 minutes. How do you feel about Sony’s upcoming lineup? Is there anything that particularly stands out? Let us know on Twitter or in the comments section below!

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