Sony's conference will take place on Monday, June 11 at 9 p.m. ET, a time slot that we have grown used to over the years. Sony have said all of about five words and then trooped out dozens of game trailers that have been nigh on impossible to keep up with.
Exactly one month before the event officially begins, Sony Interactive Entertainment has released their first plans for their upcoming PlayStation Showcase at E3 2018! Shawn Layden, Chairman of Worldwide Studios, joined the PlayStation Blogcast Friday and revealed the console maker will only showcase a handful of PlayStation 4 titles. Instead of the typical hour or so of showing brief clips of upcoming titles with speakers interspersed, it looks like we'll be getting a "deep dive" on four key upcoming PS4 exclusives. Kojima Productions' Death Stranding, and Naughty Dog's The Last of Us Part II will be the highlights, along with more details on Insomniac's Spider-Man, and Ghost of Tsushima from Sucker Punch.
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Of course, that's not all Sony will be showing, as Layden says they will still be joined by third parties on their stage.
The showcase won't exclusively focus on these four games, but will also include the usual array of announcements from third-party publishers and independent developers as well. Those who can't attend in person can see everything they have live via Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and directly from the PlayStation website as well. Now, if you are a Sony fan this news should do nothing but get you hyped for this year's showcase. What's really exciting is that this year they're giving us a glimpse of some of the games they'll present during the show. Layden confirmed that the press event will be packed with announcements regarding third-party games, as well as the usual does of Indie-related news.