WATCH: From Monster Hunter World to Shadow of the Colossus, check out all of PlayStation’s biggest E3 2017 announcements
PlayStation’s got some good announcement too guys.
Sony PlayStation is obviously not the brand that lets themselves get one-upped on this year’s E3 as a succession of big and exciting announcements come from their press conference held earlier today.
While the PlayStation 4 Pro might already be out, and we are still nowhere near any PlayStation 5, Sony pleases its fans by showing everyone more titles that will be arriving for the PS4 in the coming years, with classic comebacks and new sequels.
Monster Hunter World
CAPCOM’s most storied franchise is going global, literally, as Monster Hunter World comes to consoles, and even to other platforms, featuring the classic action-packed gameplay of the Monster Hunter franchise, mixed with co-op elements such as 4-player battles.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
A Thief’s End may have already sealed the tale of Nathan Drake but not for the Uncharted franchise as Naughty Dog is rolling out a new Uncharted game called “The Lost Legacy”. Starring 2 female leads, players will soon get to raid tombs, uncover secrets, and fight off dangerous gangs that are also after the treasure that you’re looking for. And of course, there will be explosions, lots and lots of explosions.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm
Although the first Life is Strange game was first released back in 2015, the upcoming new Life Is Strange title, Life Is Strange: Before the Storm, is actually a prequel to the original, wherein you play as Chloe Price, in a 3-part dramatic standalone story adventure.
Shadow of the Colossus
Now this, this is something that caught everyone off guard as no one presumably expected this comeback of one of PlayStation’s greatest classics. Yes, after it’s success with the PlayStation 2, Shadow of the Colossus returns after more than a decade to get itself some major remake love as the Shadow of Colossus reboot comes next year for the PS4.
Although Xbox might have had a strong start at E3, it is without a doubt that the PlayStation still delivers on major announcements to keep console fans longing to own one or keep a steady eye for next year when most of these big titles arrive.