Well if you thought Sony had it in the bag for conferences you’d be wrong. In probably the driest E3 event there was next to no human interaction, and serious audio failures, but they did announce a bunch of games. Not the games fans were hoping for though *cough* Last of Us 2.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
In yet another instalment of treasure hunting series Uncharted, we get a focus on some different characters other than figurehead Nathan Drake. In The Lost Legacy, Chloe Frazer from Uncharted 2 and Nadine Ross from Uncharted 4 must venture deep into the Western Ghats mountains in order to find an ancient Indian artefact, discover the lost cities of the Hoysala Empire, and face a ruthless warmonger, Asav. It’s an unnerving relationship, but one that will surely blossom… Maybe.
Naughty Dog’s new adventure is coming on August 22 to the PlayStation 4.
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds DLC
In the first DLC for Horizon Zero Dawn, The Frozen Wilds contains additional content, including new storylines, characters and experiences in a beautiful but unforgiving new area. There are new robots to fight in the snowy landscape, hopefully, mammoths or sabre tooth tigers (yes, it’s an Ice Age reference).
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds is due for release later this year.
Detroit: Become Human
The art of choice is a rarity in some stories, but in Detroit: Become Human, your decisions matter more than ever in the Android vs human race. Centred around an Android uprising, you can either decide to tackle it as a pacifist run or a violent run. From the makers of Heavy Rain, they will be hoping for much better critiques than their previous effort, Beyond Two Souls.
A release date is yet to be confirmed for Detroit: Become Human.