Sony’s PlayStation E3 Press conference saw the announcement of top new games including the new God of War, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Marvel’s Spider-Man, and a new version of Batman: Arkham, which will be Virtual Reality-ready.
Sony also announced an October 13 launch for its virtual reality headset for PlayStation in the United States. It will be priced at $399.
Other than the Batman game in VR, Sony also showcased Farpoint from Impulse Gear, Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission from Electronic Arts, which will be VR ready.
The company solely dedicated its Monday evening presentation at the Electronic Entertainment Expo to showcasing forthcoming games coming to the PlayStation 4 system after rival Microsoft announced plans for new versions of its Xbox One system that would be slimmer and more powerful than the original Xbox One.
Sony showed off such titles as the original zombie drama “Days Gone,” Android detective tale “Detroit: Become Human” and a Norse mythology-inspired version of “God of War.”
Sony also announced it will work with Activision to bring one of PlayStation’s most celebrated characters, Crash Bandicoot, to PS4. The Crash Bandicoot Remaster will contain Crash 1, Crash 2 and Warped, fully remastered for PS4.
Previews of the upcoming “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare,” was also showcased.
With agency inputs