- Spider-Man for PS4’s high-flying gameplay trailer debut
- God of War release date set for early 2018
- Call of Duty WWII has a new multiplayer trailer
- Destiny 2 on Sony systems will include exclusive content
- 5 good reasons to buy PlayStation VR
- Sony PlayLink brings mobile and console gaming together
We’ll get to the point: Sony didn’t uncover any new equipment or PS4 value drops, however the tech powerhouse unquestionably stuffed its pockets with amusements for E3.
Short on time? At that point look at the 10 most energizing diversions Sony flaunted at E3 2017 and five great motivations to purchase a PlayStation VR headset.
Still with us? Great. One of Sony’s more noteworthy trailers was for God of War. In it, we see Kratos set out on a trip with his child. Yes, there is as yet bone-pounding savagery, yet this God of War has a gentler side, as well. The diversion additionally got a fluffy discharge date of mid 2018.
Are your Spidey faculties shivering? That is most likely on the grounds that there’s another gameplay trailer for Spider-Man for PS4. This gave us an incredible take a gander at our legend in real life, throwing networks and gymnastically bringing down baddies. You’ll have all of New York City as your open-world play area when Spider-Man turns out in 2018.
Obligation at hand WWII saw another multiplayer gameplay trailer make its presentation in front of an audience, while it was uncovered Destiny 2 on Sony frameworks will incorporate selective strike, ship, weapon and PVP maps.
Shadow of the Colossus (you recollect the first, right?) is headed to PS4, and there’s another trailer that gives you a look at what’s in store when the diversion discharges in 2018.
Also, in the event that you disregarded PSVR, what with the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets of the world, Sony trusts you recall with a large group of amusements for its virtual reality headset. Driving the charge is Elder Scrolls V Skyrim, and it’s joined by Star Child, The Inpatient and Bravo Team, among others.
Sony PlayLink is another gathering of cell phone controlled diversions intended to engage the entire family, including the individuals who may not generally play amusements. Titles incorporate That’s You!, Hidden Agenda, Frantics, Knowledge is Power and SingStar Celebration.
While a few trailers were really attractive, Staff Writer Emma Boyle apropos notes Sony’s introduction depended too vigorously on artistic scenes, a significant number of diversions we’ve seen some time recently, and didn’t sufficiently offer substance. We’ll likely need to get our fill amid its PSX occasion in the not so distant future.