After a slightly disappointing showing at E3, Sony took the stage in Paris for a live conference full of reveals.
A PS4 exclusive from the team behind Entwined is expected to release next year; Concrete Genie allows players to paint using the Dualshock 4's built-in motion sensor.
Aside from cleaning up graffiti, you'll be able to create landscapes which come to life and design your own cast of unique creatures to hang out with in this unique, third-person action-adventure.
If you've been longing for an open world game set in feudal Japan, Ghost of Tsushima is for you.
Sucker Punch Productions’ (Infamous) new IP sees you venture to 1274 as the Mongol army begin their invasion of Japan with Tsushima Island. The fate of the island rests on the shoulders of a battered samurai facing overwhelming odds.
The following footage is captured using the in-game engine.
Spelunky 2 was excitingly confirmed to be in production, with the sequel to Mossmouth’s addictively excellent, procedurally-generated platformer reaching PS4 and PC (fingers crossed for a Switch version) at an unspecified later date.
It looks like you’ll play as the offspring of the original’s Indiana Jones-inspired lead protagonist, but not much else is currently known. Check out the debut trailer below.
Another sequel in the works is the follow-up to "everyone’s favourite Mexican-themed co-op-multiplayer dimension-swapping Metroid-vania beat-’em-up platformer,” (and breathe), Guacamelee.
Guacamelee 2 sees you rejoin the masked luchador seven years after the events of the original. This time it's not just Mexico that's in danger, but the very fabric of time and space itself! You can bring along up to three friends to help save the world in co-op.
The Hong Kong Massacre comes from independent Swedish outfit, Vreski. The top-down twin-stick shooter is also releasing on PC, Mac and Linux next year.
You'll be tasked with hunting down the leader of a criminal organisation, achieving this goal by finding key gang members who are scattered across the game's levels.
Codemasters are back with another racing title: ONRUSH. It features physics-defying, all-out arcade action, standing in firm contrast to the company’s driving sims - it's less about tweaking vehicle setups and more about pure adrenaline.
Oure aims to give players a "unique dream-like experience of freedom".
You play as a young child who is thrust into another world by reluctant parents. You must use the abilities of both your human and dragon forms to amass magical power and solve strange mysteries.
The game is available on PS4 right now, launching alongside its announcement during the live Sony presser.
Also on show were two new games coming to PlayStation VR.
Blood and Truth casts the player as Special Forces soldier, Ryan Marks. Marks is on a dangerous mission to save his family from a ruthless criminal overlord.
Stifled is a horror game with minimalist visuals and a strong focus on sound.
Making gentle noises through PS VR’s integrated microphone will light the otherwise pitch black world to reveal a path, but it will also draw the attention of creatures that you'll want to be avoiding.
Stifled launches today, 31 October (happy Halloween).
If you've got a couple of hours spare, you can watch Sony's full presentation below, where they also shared more on some of their biggest previously announced games, including Spider-Man, God of War, Detroit, and The Last of Us Part II.
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