Sony has showcased a bunch of AAA game titles at its E3 conference in Los Angeles, but it's a bit disappointing to note that the company had nothing new to offer to its PS4 line-up apart from the VR support for Skyrim.
Here is the list of most-anticipated game trailers from Sony's E3 press conference:
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
Apt to its title, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will be an action adventure game, wherein its two female protagonists Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross are on the trail of a lost ancient artefact with its roots in India.
It is a standalone follow up to Naughty Dog's Uncharted 4: A Thief's End with its proposed launch set for August 22.
God of War
The latest instalment in the God of War franchise depicts Kratos' journey with Atreus as they rekindle their father-son relationship while working together "for a new beginning".
Kratos' son Atreus will be seen hunting for the first time as he needs to prove his worth in the battles that lie ahead. Quite interestingly, the game is touted to be non-linear and offer players the choice to participate as the main character Krato or switch to Atreus for a whole new perspective in the game.
The latest instalment in the God of War franchise is expected to be a more narration-based game, besides featuring the usual gameplay elements such as gore, sweat and blood.
Sony is expected to release the game on the PS4 sometime in early 2018.
The Sci-Fi adventure game Destiny 2 will be coming to PS4 with some exclusive features, according to the latest story trailer released by Sony. Bungie's online shooter will be launched on September 6, contrary to the earlier proposed date of September 8.
Days Gone will be Sony's upcoming open-world zombie survival game with some stealth gameplay elements involved. The latest E3 footage shows the protagonist learning new skills to summon hordes of zombies when needed.
Although a PS4 release is confirmed, there is still no word on its official release date.
Sony teased some gameplay elements of Insomniac's upcoming Spider-Man game before wrapping off its E3 presentation. The trailer depicts Spider-Man fighting off some goons at the construction site.
The new trailer depicts a complete cinematic gameplay experience mirroring the fine moments of Batman Arkham series with some lightning fast combat moves and motion-blur effects, especially during quick-time events.
The game will be a PS4 exclusive with its release date set for 2018.