Sony E3 2018: All the biggest announcements and trailers

E3 is the biggest gaming event in the world where big names show off their upcoming gaming titles. This year’s E3 is now close to an end, with a lot of new games taking the center stage. EA kicked off the event yesterday with the introduction of Battlefield 5, Anthem, and FIFA 2019. On the last day of the event, we saw the unveiling of a new Assassin’s Creed game, the second part of the Division game, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Sony’s conference is one of the most anticipated shows at this year’s event. The Japanese firm is expected to debut a number of PS4- exclusive games at the event. Sony’s conference just concluded in Los Angeles and gave us a preview of the upcoming titles, like Death Stranding, Spider-Man, the Last of Us Part 2, and Ghost of Tsushima.

In the section below, we are going to show what Sony just delivered to the gaming world. For some background, this year’s E3 takes place at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

  1. The Last of Us Part 2

The Last of Us Part 2 is one of the most anticipated video games out there. First debuted back in 2013 for the PlayStation 3, the Last of Us received a wide welcome from gamers and critics, with praise directed at its gameplay and narrative. The Last of Us is seen as one of the best PlayStation games ever released to the public.

The second part of the game is expected to follow in the footsteps of the first one. Last year, Sony made waves by debuting the first trailer of the game. At this year’s event, Sony and Naughty Dog gave us a deeper look into the gameplay.

If you are a big fan of the first game, you will find something familiar. The new gameplay offers brutal and violent scenes that feature Ellie, the main character of part 2. In terms of sound and graphics, the game delivers beautiful graphics, giving us a glimpse of a post-apocalyptic world. The Last of Us part 2 retains what’s best of the original one, ranging from narrative and stealth to combat and crafting system.

However, Sony has not specified the release date of the game. Sources say that the Last of Us part 2 will launch worldwide in Fall 2019.

  1. Spider-Man

Spider-Man video games had a lot of hard times in the past, as they failed to satisfy gamers worldwide. Last year, Sony unveiled a new Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4 in an attempt to recover trust among gamers and experts. The Japanese firm debuted the first gameplay of Spider-Man, which received positive reviews.

Earlier this year, Sony confirmed that the new Spider-Man video game will be released to the public on September 7. At this year’s E3, Sony continued to show us more about the game. A new gameplay gave us a quick look at combat system with quick time event. Basically, it looks like what we saw in Batman games.

  1. Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima was a surprise at last year’s E3 event. The game received a wide welcome from gamers when it was debuted in 2017. This year, Sony launched the first gameplay of the game, giving us a quick look at combat systems, stealth mode, and graphics.

The gameplay combines smoothly stealth and combat. The visual design and sound are amazing. However, Sony did not announce the release date of the game. Rumors say that the game will come out in 2018 and be exclusive to the PlayStation 4.

  1. Death Stranding

Death Stranding is one of the most anticipated games out there. The video game marks the first product by director Hideo Kojima. First debuted at E3 2016, the game showed off something mysterious. At this year’s E3, Sony released the first gameplay of the game. However, it did not give us anything about storyline and characters. The game remains mysterious and we need to wait for more announcements from Sony in the coming months.

Sony’s conference also introduced a new gameplay of Resident Evil 2 Remake. The game will launch worldwide in January 2019. Besides, we also saw the unveiling of a brand new game called Control. Basically, Control is brought to you by the developers of Quantum Break, so you will find something familiar here.

Sony’s conference officially concluded, with a lot of exciting things. However, the Japanese firm did not specify when it will launch Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima, and the Last of Us 2. Let’s wait and see.

Also read: E3 2018: What to expect from this year’s gaming event

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