Sony E3 2016 recap

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    LOS ANGELES, June 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - At its annual E3 press conference today, Sony Interactive Entertainment America LLC (SIEA) debuted a line-up of premier content for PlayStation®4 (PS4™), including Days Gone (SIE Bend Studio), Spider-Man (Insomniac Games), LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens™ (TT Games and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment), God of War(SIE Santa Monica Studio), DEATH STRANDING (Kojima Productions), FINAL FANTASY® XV (Square Enix), RESIDENT EVIL® 7 biohazard (Capcom Co.), and many more.

    SIEA also announced the North American launch date of October for PlayStation®VR (PS VR), a virtual reality system that takes PS4 to the next level of immersion. Along with the launch date announcement, SIEA unveiled a breadth of unique PS VR experiences, including Farpoint (Impulse Gear), Star Wars™ Battlefront™: X-Wing VR Mission (Electronic Arts), and Batman™: Arkham VR(RockSteady and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment).

    "PlayStation's heritage has been built around innovation and ground-breaking gaming experiences, and today's reveals of new PS4 and PS VR content speaks to our continued commitment to this evolution of gaming," said Shawn Layden, President of SIEA and Chairman of SIE Worldwide Studios. "From the reimagining of God of War to the brand new world of Days Gone, this E3 marks one of the best content line-ups in PlayStation history. With the launch of PS VR on the horizon, innovation also has never been stronger at PlayStation, as developers, from smaller independent teams to larger studios, have been able to quickly leverage the technology and create unique experiences that truly embody VR's potential."

    PlayStation®4
    PS4 continues to remain the fastest-selling console in PlayStation ® history with more than 40 million units sold worldwide, and new game announcements revealed on stage at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles demonstrated how PS4's library will further expand with an unparalleled line-up of games. SIE's Worldwide Studios (SIE WWS) unveiled three new ambitious games during the show - God of War, Spider-Man and Days Gone. Developed by Santa Monica Studio, God of War opened the show with a reveal showcasing a refreshed gameplay experience that continues the next chapter for iconic character, Kratos.
    As part of the reveal, renowned musical artist Bear McCreary, composer for God of War, shared his score for the game while conducting an incredible live orchestra.

    PlayStation®VR
    When PS VR launches on October 13, 2016 in North America, it brings with it the opportunity for virtual reality to reach the mainstream, as all 40 million PS4s in gamers' homes are PS VR-capable.** From some of the biggest franchises in gaming to brand new titles created exclusively for PS VR, a wide breadth of unique experiences will await gamers when PS VR launches. During the conference, SIEA unveiled new PS VR experiences, including Farpoint,Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission, and Batman: Arkham VR. From developer Impulse Gear and SIE's San Mateo Studio comes Farpoint, an unnerving VR space adventure that will set a new standard for immersive VR.

    Batman: Arkham VR is from the critically-acclaimed Rocksteady Studios and is the first virtual reality Batman experience that will allow fans to experience Gotham City through the eyes of the World's Greatest Detective in an all new Arkham mystery.

    Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission will immerse players in one of the most dreamt about Star Wars™ fantasies – piloting an X-wing in the far reaches of space. This all-new mission will be exclusive to PS VR this holiday, and is free*** for owners of Star WarsBattlefront. ***

    PlayStation VR titles will range from $9.99 to $59.99. Additionally, PlayStation Move controllers will be available as a two-pack bundle for $99.99 (MSRP).
    • Pre-purchase Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Digital Deluxe, Digital Legacy, Legacy, or Legacy Pro editions on PS4, and get access to the Modern Warfare Remastered campaign on 10-05-2016 on PS4. Offer available on PSN and at participating retailers only.

    ** VR functionality requires a PlayStation VR headset and PlayStation camera.
    *** Requires Star Wars Battlefront for PS4™, PlayStation®VR, and PlayStation Camera (all sold separately).

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Discussion in 'Articles' started by Shiny Ablico, Jun 14, 2016.

  1. Sykikal
    Sony was pretty much the only good conference at E3. I'm interested in the upcoming God of War game. When I saw Kratos's kid I thought this game was a prequel since Kratos's child dies prior to the events of the first game, but according to an interview from IGN, it isn't.

    "When asked for further details, he wouldn't say much, though he did assert that it was definitely not a prequel. It's possible this could be the "reboot" Sony's Scott Rohde alluded to after the round of layoffs Santa Monica Studio suffered earlier this year."

    http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/12/06/next-god-of-war-officially-confirmed-to-be-in-development

    So looks like it's either a sequel to God of War III or a reboot, I wouldn't mind either way.'

    I feel like PlayStation VR isn't really worth it for me. I'd probably need the Neo or whatever their upgraded PS4 is to have it perform adequately, and my PC can probably run the Vive or Rift.

    Glad to see Crash is back but I'm a bit disappointed it is only a remaster and not a new game. At least there's an interest in the series though. I think I only briefly played the games in the original series and didn't finish them so I might consider picking up the remaster.

    Kinda cool that they're making a new Spiderman and that Kojima is making a new game but the trailers didn't really give me enough information . I'll have to see more of them before I form a strong opinion on them.

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