Sony has wrapped up its PlayStation Experience keynote where it announced several new games, showcased trailers for upcoming titles, and revealed more from its VR offerings. Here's everything that took place on the night.
Uncharted 4's multiplayer beta is currently underway, but it's the single player that most people will be picking up Uncharted 4: A Thief's End for. Naughty Dog released a new trailer in which we see Nathan and older brother Sam Drake reunited, and the appearance of dialogue options.
SCEA President & CEO Shawn Layden then took to the stage to crush the hopes of some fans. He appeared in a Crash Bandicoot shirt, but had no related announcement to make. Instead, we got to see the first gameplay trailer for the Final Fantasy VII remake. There's also a regular port, which is now available for PlayStation 4 if you don't want to wait for the HD remake.
There was news for competitive Call of Duty players with the reveal of the new Call of Duty World League. This eSports league for both professional and amateur players features a prize pool of more than $3 million. It was also announced that the Black Ops Awakening map pack will be released in 2016.
Another series that tends to be quite competitive is Street Fighter. A brand new character, F.A.N.G., was revealed and he's looking quite quirky. It was also confirmed that Alex, Guile, Balrog, Ibuki, Juri, and Urien will be released in the next year.
SCEA's Director of Third Party Productions Gio Corsi revealed a new mode for Dead Star called Escape Run.
There was also a good helping of news for indie fans with trailers for Invisible Inc.; Don't Starve Together; Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey; a collection of Adult Swim games, including Double Fine's Headlander; Day of the Tentacle Remastered; and Psychonauts: In the Rhombus of Ruin, a stand-alone game for PlayStation VR. Double Fine's Tim Shafer also announced that Full Throttle is being remastered for PlayStation 4.
Mobile title Hitman Go will be released on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita some time next year, though microtransactions are to be removed. Corsi also announced the console debut of Brawlhalla on PlayStation 4, complete with exclusive content. He then revealed that Yakuza 5 will be released on PlayStation 3 on December 8th and showed a gameplay trailer for Yakuza Zero on PlayStation 4.
PlayStation 4 will be the console home of King of Fighters 14, featuring one of the largest character rosters in the series.
Koei Tecmo's Team Ninja showed off a new IP, Nioh, with a gameplay trailer that showcased some over-the-top characters and combat.
SCEA's Sid Shuman and Nick Suttner then revealed that Bastion is now available on PS Vita and revealed a trailer for Stormcloud Games' Brutal.
There are a couple of quirky titles for multiplayer fans to download, namely the free-to-play Guns Up! and Fat Princess Adventures.
Insomniac's Ted Price then took to the stage with gameplay footage from Ratchet and Clank, which will be out next April ahead of its big screen adaptation.
And then there was a helping of VR titles to enjoy.
The show closed with the reveal of a new MOBA from Epic Games, Paragon.