E3 is just days away — but to gamers, that time may feel like an eternity. For those who can’t stand to wait a moment more to find out what Sony and studios like Naughty Dog and Team ICO have planned, some information about those presentations got leaked. We have a look at some of the announcements that Sony plans to make. There are still no trailers yet, but it’s still good to know what to expect.
Uncharted 4 DLC and The Last of Us 2
Naughty Dog plans to show a trailer for a new single-player campaign DLC in the critically acclaimed Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The campaign will feature a new story that lasts around five hours, meaning Uncharted fans won’t have to say goodbye to Nathan Drake and friends just yet.
While heavily speculated previously, the leaks confirm that a sequel to 2013’s hit The Last of Us is in the works, and will be presented at this year’s E3. The game itself isn’t due for another two years, so only a short teaser will be shown.
The Last Guardian
After years of waiting and delays, The Last Guardian is still on and will still release this year. As part of the presentation, Team ICO’s long-awaited game will be given a five minute gameplay demo and a firm release date, meaning the seven year wait will soon be over.
PS VR With… The Ghostbusters?
In an effort to make demonstrating the capabilities of the Playstation VR easier (it was a nightmare at PAX this year), Sony will have the cast of the upcoming summer blockbuster Ghostbusters on stage to demonstrate the technology. They will also showcase a new trailer for the film — which, given the previous trailer’s reception on the internet, it’s safe to say is the least anticipated part of the presentation by many.
While not explicitly confirmed, Sony’s got a lot of indie titles in the works, and you bet they’re gonna flaunt ’em. With a long list of visually stunning “Indie AAA” games, fans of more artistic games will certainly be pleased. Expect to see games like WiLD, Abzu, and Rime.
What’s not yet known if Sony plans to show off the new PlayStation 4K, also called the PlayStation Neo. While Sony has confirmed its existence, it’s been met with mixed feelings, to say the least.
What new Sony games are you excited for? Let us know in the comments!