Sony closed out the evening with their press conference. Here are the highlights.
Shawn Layden took the stage to open the show. He brought Gustavo Santaolalla onstage to perform.
An extended trailer for The Last of Us: Part II was shown.
Sid Shuman and Ryan Clements did a bit of an aside interview with Shawn Layden. They discussed The Last of Us: Part II as well as Naughty Dog at large.
A trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII was shown (IIII is how the game is stylizing the 4) showcasing multiplayer maps.
Black Ops III is coming for free to PS+ tonight. If you pre-order Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII on the PlayStation Store, you get additional maps for free in both games.
Various advertisements for games were shown.
(This is a VERY strange press conference.)
A trailer for Destiny: Forsaken was shown. The expansion releases on 09.04.18.
A extended trailer for Ghost of Tsushima was shown.
A trailer for Control was shown. It’s a new game from Remedy coming in 2019.
A trailer for Resident Evil 2: Remake was shown. The game will release 01.25.19.
A trailer for Trover Saves the Universe was shown.
A trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3 was shown. The game releases 01.29.19.
An extended trailer for Death Stranding was shown.
A trailer for Nioh 2 was shown.
An extended trailer for Spider-Man was shown. The game releases 09.07.18.
A trailer for Deracine was shown, a new title from From Software coming to PSVR.
What did you think about Sony’s presentation? I’d like to go into my feelings on Sony’s conference at a later date, but I’ll go on record to say it was one of the most bizarre E3 press conferences I’ve ever seen.
See you back here in the morning for my recap of Nintendo’s press conference.