- Phil Spencer Is Interested In Bringing Some Xbox Exclusives Back On Xbox One
- Grand Theft Auto V PC comes in a massive 7 DVD box
- Watch Dogs PS4 Install Size Finally Revealed, Digital Pre-Order Now Live On EU PSN
- Get free Dragon Balls in Dragon Ball Xenoverse via Timespace Delivery
- Final Fantasy XIV gets new screenshots
Sony have revealed on their blog that in total they are planning on showing over forty games at this years E3. These titles will be spread across releases planned for all formats: The PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if we also heard about upcoming PC games like the next Everquest.
Some of the games that have been confirmed are Beyond: Two Souls by Quantic Dream, Destiny by Bungie, Gran Turismo 6 by Polyphony Digital, inFAMOUS: Second Son by Sucker Punch and both Killzone: Shadow Fall and Killzone: Mercenary by Guerrilla Games. Of course this isn’t all with a whole host of others yet to be mentioned. I actually find it strange that for the first time in a while E3 is going to have somebody who talks a lot about proper games. Of course we’re going to get the usual console spiel but this is a massive leap in the right direction from Sony.
I also have to wonder how Sony will reply, if at all, to the second push of the no DRM campaign that started yesterday and will last until the end of the week.
Sony’s E3 presentation will take place on Monday the 10th of June at 5:30 pm Pacific Standard Time which is 12:30am June the 11th UTC/GMT meaning it’ll be a long night for me!
You will be able to watch E3 live directly on your PS3 but also on the Playstation Blog at playstation.com
Sony’s full live schedule is here:
Monday, June 10th | PlayStation E3 2013 Press Conference | 5:30pm Pacific Time
Tuesday, June 11th | PlayStation LiveCast show | 12:00pm to 6:00pm Pacific Time
Wednesday, June 12th | PlayStation LiveCast show | 10:00am to 6:00pm Pacific Time
Thursday, June 13th | PlayStation LiveCast show | 10:00am to 6:00pm Pacific Time
Are you all ready to stop up late and watch E3? This has just got me a lot more interested in what Sony will be showing.