Every Game Announced at Sony Conference

Created Jun 12, 2018 by RAWG Editorial
Sony revealed more details on the game we've been waiting for: The Last of Us Part II, Death Stranding and others. The only disappointment - no release dates yet. Instead they gave us a couple of new titles and one highly anticipated remake.
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    Release date: Fall 2018 Tetris Effect describes a phenomenon when a player starts to see blocks from the game in real life. You will be able to try on this experience in VR (or just on your PS4) this fall.
      Release date: ? The developers releaved no details about the upcoming sequel. The original game is an aRPG in the Japanese setting with the gameplay similar to the Dark Souls series.
        Release date: ? Ellie has grown up, got a girlfriend and learned to kill in a very furious way. In the trailer she shoots, hides and smashes enemies' head with their own hammers. Looks very impressive. Unfortunately, no release date so far.
          Release date: ? Marvel's Spider-Man combines everything we love about this superhero: action from the old school animated series, outstanding cinematic visuals and sense of humor from the latest Marvel movies. 
          Ghost Giant screenshot
            Release date: ? Ghost Giant is a PS VR exclusive by Zoink Games. You will take on the role of an invisible giant that talkes care of little boy Louis. The gameplay is focused on exploration and puzzle solving.
              Release date: 2019 Trover saves the Universe is a game by Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland. There aren't a whole lot of details about the gameplay, but the reveal trailer points to a 3D platformer.
                Release date: ? Ghost of Tsushima is arguably one of the most beautiful game shown at E3 2018. Breathtaking visuals are supported by impressive action. Well, that was expected from Sucker Punch Productions.
                  Release date: ? Death Stranding stays a very controversial project: no doubt Hideo Kojima is genius but the project is still questionable. A new gameplay trailer reveals that the protagonist needs to save a child from creatures from another planet. Everything looks gorgeous but we wish he would be a little bit more specific.
                  Deracine screenshot
                    Release date: 2018 Deracine is another project by From Software, resposible for Bloodborne. It's a VR quest where you need to look after kids in a boarding school.
                      Release date: January 25, 2019 Resident Evil 2 Remake will give us an opportunity to revive the events of the game with better visuals and scarier atmosphere. Pre-order is available.
                        Release date: 2019 Control have much in commom with Quantum Break and that's not a surprise. This game is also created by Remedy. The protagonist with supernatural powers will fight mysterious enemies in New York City.