By 13 June 2017 | Categories: news


If the past two E3 2017 press conferences are anything to go by, Sony is sticking to gaming content over hardware when it comes to PlayStation. Much like 2016's one, this morning's event had a number of games in tow, with reveals, announcements and gameplay trailers all gracing the stage. 

It is the latter that we're more interested in at the moment, as the exclusive titles are likely were Sony will succeed (or fail) when stacked up against Microsoft. To that end, the company provided a more in-depth look at some of its key titles, including God of War, Marvel's Spider-Man and Detroit: Become Human. 

Scroll down to see the gameplay trailers, as well as the insights provided about the games. 

God of War

What we learned:

-Storytelling and cinematics look as good as ever
-POV for gameplay shifted
-Kratos a little less brutal. 

Release date: TBC (2018)


What we learned:
A mixture of Batman Arkham and Uncharted
-Quick reactions need
-Still unsure how open-world it is.

Release date: TBC (2018)

Days Gone

What we learned:
You don't own the roads
-Tracking and exploring just as important as survival
-Humans more ruthless than the zombies.

Release date: December 2017

Detroit: Become Human

What we learned:
You're a part of the android uprising
-Puzzle solving, stealth and rewinding a key part of gameplay
-Enlists Hollywood talent to tell story.

Release date: TBC (2018)

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

What we learned:
Don't expect it to be like Drake
-Both lead characters will work in tandem
-Environments just as expected from an Uncharted game. 

Release date: 22 August 2017


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