Sony during E3: Death Stranding is each bit as weird as Kojima fans dreamed

LOS ANGELES—After opposition Microsoft showed 50 games from a far-reaching operation of genres in a unequivocally normal E3 press conference yesterday, Sony promoted a PlayStation height with a focused and radical presentation. There were usually a handful of games, though they were scarcely all complicated hitters.

The eventuality started out in a small, church-like space with unresolved lights—very surprising for this kind of press conference. It was here that Sony non-stop a uncover with an extended gameplay trailer of Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II. It became immediately apparent because Sony assembled this surprising venue: it was plucked right out of a game.

After that, a press contention awkwardly changed to a explanation list for contention while attendees relocated to a most larger, some-more normal venue. From there, Sony unleashed rapid-fire trailers and gameplay clips from Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding, Sucker Punch’s Ghosts of Tsushima, Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man, and several others. There were no speakers (apart from a brief introduction during a start of a event), only trailers.

Once a categorical eventuality sealed with Spider-Man, Sony cut again to a contention desk, where live gameplay of Spider-Man’s open universe was performed, and where a new VR diversion from From Software was debuted with a trailer.

Let’s puncture in.

The Last of Us Part II

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