The Sony PlayStation press conference gave gamer’s exactly what they wanted, games, games and more games!
But before we get into all that gaming action lets talk about some of the other features PlayStation is bringing to the living room. Project Morpheus is bringing Sony into the world of virtual reality with their own VR head set and games in the works for it. Sony also has their own television subscription service called PlayStation Vue and is the first cable service to offer individual channels without having to buy packages. It is currently only available in a few major US markets like New York and now L.A.
Now its time for games.
Last Guardian got the show off to a huge start finally making its official debut after years of speculation and wondering if its even still being made.
Horizon Zero Dawn is an incredible looking action game that pits humans against robots years after modern civilization falls.
Hitman is coming to the PS4 and will offer console exclusive beta access when you pre-order the game
Street Fighter V is coming and if you pre-order the game you can get beta access on July 23rd.
No Man’s Sky is an insanely massive sandbox universe that has players wandering previously unexplored ares of space.
Assassins Creed Syndicate will be getting exclusive content on the PS4 that will have players solving crimes.
World of Final Fantasy is a new game in the franchise that is a bit more cartoonish but still has the same great game play that fans will love.
Final Fantasy VII Remake one of the most beloved games in the series will be coming to PlayStation first.
Shenmue is hoping to make a comeback but needs your help. Visit their Kickstarter to help fund this exciting project and keep Shenmue alive!
Call of Duty Black Ops III will be getting a co-op campaign finally and will be playable for up to 4 players. PS4 Owners will get all the maps first and a beta will be available in August.
Fire Watch will be coming to the PlayStation after having previously been announced as a PC only release.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End closed out Sony’s press conference and it looks simply unbelievable. No release information was given but I know this game is going to be well worth the wait.
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