Sony Reveals All at Paris Gaming Week
October 30th: Paris, France:
At Noon Central Time, Sony unleashed on all media platforms numerous trailers and announcements at the 2017 Paris Game Week.
As the holiday season soon begins. Sony has released new game trailers coming to the Sony Playstation 4 system within the next year. So far, here is what we know so far at Arch City Media.
New Trailers Revealed:
Last Of Us II: Naughty Dog and Sony Playstation revealed their new trailer and secondary commentary trailer include three new characters. A brand new graphics engine designed to make things even more realistic than Uncharted and The Last Of Us: Remastered.
So far it appears we still have runners and clickers monsters, and Yara and Lev are two of the three characters we find in the trailer below, also, a new religious based theme is apparent in the trailer as well from the villain shown. Words like apostate and demons are mentioned. Like previous Naughty Dog games, side characters will play a major role in plot and character development, but all of us fans hope Ellie and Joel remain the stars. THIS TRAILER IS GRAPHIC BE ADVISED.
Detroit: Becoming Human: What little we knew about Detroit: Becoming Human was that it was based around androids. What we did not see was the choice based system the game had, (at least on this scale) until today. Much like Heavy Rain, the choices you make can get you or others killed and, so far, the story web appears to be far more advanced. According to the reports there is no death screen when you die, just a new storyline. The release won’t be until 2018 and no specific date yet has been announced
Horizon Zero Dawn: Frozen Wilds: Aloy returns in the best looking game of the 2017 season. Expanding into a frozen unknown with new robots to fight. Not much is revealed in the trailer, except showcasing it’s going to be cold and Guerrilla Studios put a lot into making gameplay look outstanding as usual. We do get to see more combat and the variations of some new creatures, and old creatures from the original Horizon game.
Plus, it’s release is November 7th, so perfect time to get fans back into the game, and with no sequel yet fans of the game will be all over this expansion.
Ghost of Tsushima: Sucker Punch Studios has given us a taste of an open world 13th century Japan. Mongols invade an island off Japan’s coast. You roam an open world exploring the game. According to developers they do not want waypoints to direct players, but rather see the fan explore the world. This according to developers Nate Fox and Jason Connell. We look forward to this title as well given the success and fun of their Infamous series… plus… Samurai.
What are you excited for this upcoming year in gaming? Let us know.