The E3 conference is here with yet another bang, and SONY (SNE) is back to rob you off of your life savings. Especially, if you’re a gamer (or an investor.)
The Japanese giant that makes the much coveted Playstation gaming consoles, kept its press event short, sweet and to the point. Over and above announcing new games such as Control and Nioh 2, most of the conference was spent on prospective blockbusters such as Ghost of Tsushima, Spider-Man and The Last Of Us: Part II. The icing on the cake was sneak peeks into the much awaited Kingdom Hearts III and Resident Evil 2 Remake.
There was much more, as the event ended with a few surprises. But don’t worry if you missed the event. We’ve listed it all down for you right here.
The Last Of Us: Part II
Finally, The Last of Us gets a sequel. Do check out this fun trailer that starts with Ellie, but escalated pretty much quickly to the violent action you expect from the sequel.
Insomniac is finally out with the Spider-Man. It comes out in September (woohoo!) We are getting major Batman Arkham vibes here, but hey, WEB-SWINGING!
Ghost of Tsushima
Infamous maker Sucker Punch published a peak of Ghost of Tsushima. If you ask us, it looks splendidly superb with copious amounts of both stealth and combat action.
The latest trailer for Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding, which finally shows some part of the game, has dropped!
And here are a few others that’ll make you reconsider your savings scheme:
Sony has been at its best and outdoing Microsoft’s (MSFT) XBox line with better hardware and clearly, the support of game developers. Many makers have also turned to making exclusives just for the Playstation consoles. But it stands to fact that Sony’s winning formula is not the politics of the gaming industry, but making future-proof consoles that invite more and more new gamers to a platform that is both friendly to new talent, and testing for the veterans.
Sony is here to stay, as both technology innovator and a robust stock. If you are a person invested in the gaming industry, this share is worth consideration. The company has outdone itself internationally, and its constant innovations without upgrading platforms make it attractive to more consumers, and the gaming industry in general.
We’ll leave you here, a happy gamer, with a gameplay shot from The Last of Us: Part II.