Here’s everything announced by Sony all in one convenient place
UPDATE: It’s over!
The final E3 press conference is from Sony and it promises to bring information about new games, VR and more.
Sony confirmed a new console is in the works, but they said it won’t be shown at E3. Rumors about Crash Bandicoot and a new PlayStation All-Stars are running wild as well.
Tune in to this page at 6 p.m. tonight to follow along with our liveblog of the announcements as they happen. Join us in the comment section to discuss Sony’s press conference, too.
God of War – Gameplay shown. The new game focuses on Kratos’s son and Norse mythology.
Days Gone – New IP announced with a cinematic trailer.
The Last Guardian – New trailer shown. October 25, 2016.
Horizon: Zero Dawn – Gameplay shown.
Detroit: Become Human – New Quantic Dream game shown. The story changes based on your decisions.
Resident Evil VII – Trailer shown. Coming January 24, 2017. Entire game supports PSVR.
PlayStation VR – Coming October 13, 2016. $399.99. 50 launch window games.
PSVR Games – Farpoint, Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission, Batman Arkham VR, Final Fantasy XV VR, and more.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Gameplay shown.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered – Footage shown. Campaign 30 days early on PS4.
Crash Bandicoot – Crash Bandicoot 1, 2 and 3 coming fully rebuilt from the ground up to PS4.
Skylanders: Imaginators – Crash Bandicoot coming to the game, trailer shown.
Lego Star Wars: Force Awakens – Gameplay trailer shown. Demo available now.
Death Stranding – New exclusive IP from Kojima Productions announced with a cinematic trailer.
Spider Man PS4 – Gameplay trailer announces a new Spider Man exclusive from Insomniac Games.
Days Gone – Live gameplay demonstration.
Epic orchestra introduction – Epic.
Kojima Productions – Hideo takes the stage with an awesome entrance.