PlayStation just wrapped the Paris Games Week Media Preview, announcing the future of PS4 including a 22 exclusive software announcements from both first and third party studios, as well as brand new content unveiled forPlayStation®VR. Check out some of the key announcements below:
Detroit (Quantic Dreams)
David Cage, studio head at Quantic Dreams, surprised audiences by announcing the studio’s next title, Detroit, built featuring the android Kara, shown first in a technological demonstration produced by Quantic Dreams back in 2012, asking powerful questions about what it means to be alive and what it means to be human.
Horizon: Zero Dawn (Guerrilla Games)
Guerrilla Games showed off a live gameplay of Horizon Zero Dawn, offering players a glimpse of how the game will play when it launches exclusively on PS4 next year, including its deep questing, crafting and combat systems.
GT SPORT (Polyphony)
Racing fans, brace yourselves — this evening at the Paris Games Week PlayStation Press Conference, Kazunori Yamauchi, along with SCEE CEO & President Jim Ryan, unveiled on stage the latest Gran Turismo iteration: Gran Turismo Sport, coming to PS4 in 2016. With the beta expected to begin in Spring 2016, it won’t be long before players can experience all GT has to offer on the power of PS4.
Dreams (Media Molecule)
Media Molecule showed the first gameplay reveal and design vision for the studio’s new exciting IP, Dreams, offering a weird and wonderful twist on their trademark blend of play, create and share.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (Naughty Dog)
The Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Multiplayer was revealed to the world. The trailer gave people a glimpse of all the hard work the Naughty Dog multiplayer team has put into it. Expect the teamwork, over-the-top action-adventure, and detail-rich gameplay environments you’ve come to expect from the Uncharted series Multiplayer mode. The Beta will run fromDecember 4th to December 13th, 2015.
Shuhei Yoshida, President of SCE Worldwide Studios, gave viewers a new glimpse of PlayStation VR during the conference, highlighting the many studios developing for the system as well as making the following major software announcements:
- Guerrilla Games Cambridge debuted a new video for much anticipated multiplayer shooter, RIGS:
- Shuhei Yoshida followed this up with the announcement that popular first party title would be coming to PlayStation VR in the form of Until Dawn: Rush of Blood
- Founder of Crytek,Cevat Yerli, arrived on-stage to announce multiple new experiences built from the ground up for PlayStation VR, in ROBINSON: THE JOURNEY
- Demonstrating the potential for VR experiences outside of gaming, Shuhei Yoshida, introduced a video for The Walk (SPE), the latest film to raise the bar for visual spectacle within the world of cinema.
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