Sony’s E3 conference has many games, and whilst it wasn’t packing any major punches, some exciting announcements will still have gamers buzzing.
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Sony announced a new exclusive partnership with Activision, the developer behind Call of Duty, and Black Ops III was shown in a live multiplayer demo before it was revealed that gamers on PlayStation would be the first to receive exclusive maps and content.
The Last Guardian was finally revealed after years of waiting and will launch in 2016.
Shortly after, a remake of Final Fantasy was also revealed.
Following on from Destiny’s original success, Bungie announced a sequel is due to release later this year and will be called Destiny The Taken King.
A new title in the Hitman franchise was revealed, and in IGN’s post conference show it was revealed that developers are planning to launch the title in early December.
Guerrilla Games are launching a new franchise called Horizon, and it puts the player in a pre society world fighting against robots enemies.
Project Morpheus was mentioned, but Sony quickly moved focus to a new television streaming service called PlayStation Vue. The service will let gamers sign up to the service and pay for individual channels.
As expected, Sony closed the conference by showing off some more of Naughty Dog’s hotly anticipated title Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.