Though Sony’s E3 event consisted of a weird structure for audiences, they had a handful of beautiful cinematic trailers on stage. Though the majority of displays were previously known, I look forward to their current lineup of games. See below:


The Last of Us Part II

Sony released a new trailer for The Last of Us Part II. The trailer showcased the gorgeous CGI, along with some actual gameplay footage of the sequel in action. The first game is also one that I’ve never had a chance to play, but from the looks of this, I definitely need to pick it up before this drops.

No release date has been announced.


Ghost of Tsushima

The Ghost of Tsushima is a gorgeous open-world samurai game. As I’ve heard from people’s reaction online, it appears to take on some strong Witcher vibes, and I completely agree. You should definitely watch this again. It’s just so beautiful.

No release date, but will be released as a Playstation exclusive.



Control is a game from the company that brought you Quantum Break. It seems like this is going to have some great combat and puzzle-solving mechanics, so it will be interesting to see how this turns out.

You can have Control in 2019 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.


Resident Evil 2 Remaster

Resident Evil 2 Remaster has received some major graphical upgrades since the original was released, and it appears to have more of an off-rails gameplay to it. Not much is known beyond the trailer.

The remaster is available January 25th, 2019 on PS4.


Kingdom Hearts III

After getting a steady drop of Kingdom Hearts III trailers and gameplay (which I’m SO excited about), the conclusion to the Xehanort saga will finally reach its conclusion next year. The latest trailer reveals Sory and friends will be returning to Pirates of the Caribbean, and it looks great.

The finale will be released on January 29th, 2019 on PS4 and Xbox One.


Death Stranding

Kojima’s newest IP Death Stranding was given its latest cinematic trailer. Just as with prior reveals, this game continues to only get stranger.

No release date is set, but it will be out on PS4.


Nioh 2

Though I never played the first Nioh, the latest entry appears to have everything players are hoping from for a new sequel. I appreciate the inspiration from FromSoftware’s Souls series, and look forward to seeing how Nioh 2 performs.

No release date has been provided, though it will release on Playstation 4.



The newest Spider-Man game looks absolutely astonishing. The latest trailer showcased more fighting, versatile web-slinging, and astonishing cinematics. I absolutely can’t wait to get my hands on this game.

No release date, but it will be a Playstation 4 Exclusive.



In a surprise reveal that no one could have anticipated, it was announced that FromSoftware is creating a Playstation VR game. Nothing is known beyond the trailer, but it certainly has be intrigued.

No release date has been announced at this time, but it will release on PSVR.



And those are the highlights of the Sony’s Playstation Experience presentation! What did you think of their event? Are there any games you’re excited for? We’d love to hear your thoughts! Share in the comments below, or find us on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages!

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