Sony Prepping 40 Games For E3
With E3 literally days away, everyone is anticipating what is sure to be an explosion of games from both Sony and Microsoft, after both their conferences failed to hit the mark when it came down to one aspect: games. Sure, it’s not like we didn’t see any, but from mostly third-party titles to nearly no games at all, both conferences were just a little bit underwhelming for the hardcore crowd. Both companies have vowed that this won’t be the case at E3, but Sony has made the first move, revealing their enormous games
penis line-up for E3.
Sony has announced that they are planning to showcase no less than 40 titles for all three of their platforms, namely the PS3, PS Vita and of course, PS4. Expo attendees and viewers from around the world can expect to see “Beyond: Two Souls from Quantic Dream, Destiny from Bungie, DriveClub from Evolution Studios, The Evil Within from Tango GameWorks, Gran Turismo 6 from Polyphony Digital, Infamous: Second Son from Sucker Punch Productions, Killzone: Shadow Fall and Killzone: Mercenary from Guerrilla Games, The Last of Us from Naughty Dog, Tearaway from Media Molecule, Wolfenstein: The New Order from MachineGames and many, many more.”
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Of course, I highly doubt all 40 of these will be showcased during the keynote alone, but that’s still a massively impressive showing for a company who has reiterated time and time again that their console’s main purpose is gaming. Sony CEO Kaz Hirai had this to say:
“The most important thing we need to make sure we do, at least initially, is that we all agree and understand that the PS4 is a great video game console that appeals to video gamers. If we miss that part than I don’t think we get the initial establishment of the console.”
Whether Microsoft tops that or not remains to be seen, but we as consumers are in for a real treat come E3 next week.