Sony kicked off the 2017 Paris Games Week with some new announcements on both PS4 and PlayStation VR games. Among what was shown :-
Ghost of Tsushima, a brand new title from the makers of the “Infamous” franchise, Sucker Punch studio. Ghost of Tsushima is an open world, action stealth adventure games, the story takes place during the Mongol invasion on the island of Tsushima.
Spelunky 2 the cave-dwelling adventures of Spelunky will soon continue, not much detail about what to expect or when, but Spelunky 2 will be coming to the PS4!
Concrete Genie is a third person adventure game where you play as Ash, a boy who can bring what he painted to life. The game releases in 2018.
Erica offers a new Interactive Experience where players would use their smart phone (yes your real phone) to perform certain task in-game by utilizing Sony’s PlayLink system. In order to guide the game’s progression, players have the freedom to make game changing decisions and decide on Erica’s action in-game. No news yet on when the game would launch.
Blood & Truth an action-packed VR game for PSVR announce at Paris Game Week. It looks like expand the game concept with a larger experience and more story.
Shadow of the Colossus experience the timeless classic, remake from ground up for the PlayStation 4
The Last of Us, Naughty Dog released trailer with new survivors Lev, Yara, Emily and an unnamed woman. No release date was announced.
Apart from showcasing new games, there are DLCs for other games as well, Final Fantasy 15 Episode Ignis will be coming live on the 13th of December this year, Horizon Zero Dawn Frozen Wilds is coming next week on the 7th of November and Destiny 2’s upcoming expansion, the “Curse of Osiris” is coming on the 5th of December.
brief gameplay for God of War
Monster Hunter fans rejoice! Monster Hunter World will hold a limited time beta starting from the 9th of December this year. Fans are also pampered with the announcement of “Aloy” from Horizon Zero Dawn, will be a playable character in Monster Hunter World, exclusive to the PlayStation only.
Venture into the depths of the Rotten Vale in your journey in Monster Hunter World