E3 2018: All PS4 Games From Sony's Press Conference
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When it comes to E3 press conferences, Sony often makes it a point to focus primarily on games, never spending too long talking in between reveals. While some years have varied due to the quality of the announcements, Sony has generally performed well with a bevy of unexpected reveals.
But this year's presentation offered a substantial change-of-pace. Instead of announcing a laundry list worth of games, Sony instead focused on four of its biggest upcoming games. But we did see more than four games during the event.
As expected, famed developer Hideo Kojima intrigued audiences with the latest trailer for Death Stranding. We finally got debut gameplay footage of Ghost of Tsushima, the open-work samurai action game developed by Sucker Punch Productions--the studio behind Infamous and Sly Cooper. In addition, the new trailer for Spider-Man made us all the more excited for the game's release this September. Lastly, we finally got a closer look at the The Last of Us: Part II's story and tense gameplay.
But there were plenty of other surprises too. Sony announced a sequel to Team Ninja's samurai-action game, Nioh. It even debuted the first trailer for the highly-anticipated Resident Evil 2 Remake, which in turn led to further reveals about the game (such as it adopting a third-person camera). We also saw footage for Control--the latest game by Remedy Entertainment.
Sony's E3 presentation was packed with exciting new details for its biggest games, as well as a variety of new ones. Be sure to click ahead to see everything that was shown. And if you'd like to catch up on everything that came from the briefing, check out our news roundup. In the meantime, which PS4 games are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments below.