Sony released three new games in yesterday night’s conference. The show began with a powerful orchestra which also gave live music to all the trailers that they presented. The first being “God of War” the trailer was nothing like a movie clip, in fact, they showed some of the gameplay as well which also makes it different in style compared to the other Sony games released previously. The graphics of the game is decent and artistically resembles the game “The Last of Us” in the winter forest setting.

The leaders of Sony also made sure that they remembered Orlando while the trailers of the games were being presented.

Soon after they played “Days Gone” which is a zombie game set in after apocalyptic; the gameplay was showcased when the conference was at its end.

E3 2016 Roundup: Releases of Sony
E3 2016 Roundup: Releases of Sony

The third and the most exciting game is “The Last Guardian” which has been developed by Team Ico and is due for release on October 25, 2016. The story seems to be a touching story between a dog/bird creature and a boy.

There were other showcases from Guerilla Games Horizon: Zero Dawn, which features a woman Aloy and how she fights with animal looking machines in the woods and saves many lives. The game is due for release next February.

Among the others were “Resident Evil VII: Biohazard” which is going to be compatible with PlayStation VR. There will be fifty other games that will be accessible on VR by the end of this year like Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission, Batman: Arkham VR, Farpoint and Final Fantasy XV in which the players can be one of the four main characters of the game. Also in line was Insomniac Studio’s brand new Spiderman game for PS4 and Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which will be available in two weeks.

Ultimately the most waited were the return of Hideo Kojima with game Death Stranding

Due for release on November 4, 2016, are Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered. To create a complete remastered PS4 version of Crash BandicootCrash Bandicoot: Warped and Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Sony has joined hands with Activision.

Ultimately the most waited were the return of Hideo Kojima with game Death Stranding, which features a beach covered with floating figures and dead sea creatures.

The whole conference was completed with small and fewer breaks which were less time consuming than the others and therefore enjoying!

 

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