Sony’s E3 Press Conference will be taking place on Wednesday June 14th at 11am. We’ve rounded up all of the Press Conference in Australian local time as well as where you can watch HERE. Press Start will be in attendance at E3 this year, bringing you all of the coverage live from LA.
Expect VR to also take front and center stage. Obviously in order to run a solid VR experience the framerate needs to be rock solid, and I fully expect the new PS4.5 to take advantage of it’s supposed upgrade to offer higher framerates for a more immersive experience. VR is only in it’s infancy, but you can bet Sony will jump on the opportunity to provide a solid virtual experience at an affordable price, as while the PC counterparts (HTC’s Vive and the Oculus Rift) are stronger technically, are much more expensive. Without doubt, we’ll see a confirmed launch lineup, with some well-known IPs taking centre stage.
More Last Guardian footage is always a plus, as the game is finally alive and kicking. While the hype has well and truly died for many, there are still diehard fans of Team ICO that will absolutely devour anything related to The Last Guardian, and as a personal fan of Shadow of the Colossus, I’m dying to see how they tackle their follow up. No, it won’t live up to years and years of hype, but it will no doubt be an interesting adventure. I’m fairly confident we’ll finally get a release date, which is a day that many people thought would never happen.
Horizon: Zero Dawn is still bubbling away so expect another vertical slice from the Killzone developers in what will undoubtedly be a gorgeous looking game. I’m personally excited to see more of the title. It’s really good to see Guerrilla step away from Killzone and do something completely different. It was the game of the show for many people last year, so it’ll no doubt be even bigger and better at this year’s show. I’m still doubtful that it will release in 2016.