E3 2017: Sony unveils new 'Spider-man' game

Isaac Cain
June 15, 2017

All of this information comes from an interview PlayStation Trophies did with Insomniac community director James Stevenson.

Sony showcased trailers of all its upcoming video games which included exclusives for the PS4 and even some pleasant surprises.

Instead, the company, which already has the lion's share of the gaming console market, celebrated the biggest titles which will be arriving for the PS4 and for Playstation VR. E3 always delivers dozens of trailers straight to the gaping mouths of gamers across the world, but only once every few years do we get a show that ushers in a new era of gaming.

Sony Interactive Entertainment recently announced a new sales milestone for Playstation 4 with 60.4 million units sold to consumers worldwide.

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"Sony disclosed the next #God Of War game title which is simply titled 'God of War". Furthermore, Sony states it has over 70 million monthly active users the world over as of the end of March 2017 with 26.4 million paid PS Plus subscribers. You can check out the Spider-Man PS4 trailer in the player below! A lot of these games are highly anticipated and we can't wait to check them out but there were also a lot of games that were not shown off at the PlayStation E3 Press Event. That's an attach rate of more than 8 games per PS4.

The new game-play footage lasted around 10 minutes and showed off a variety of elements to the game. Those eagerly awaiting to start playing the game, will have to wait at least till the first quarter of 2018 for its release. The game is being reworked with the latest tech to take full advantage of everything that the Playstation 4 has to offer, and considering how good The Last Guardian looked, Shadow of the Colossus will look just as incredible, if not better.

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Sony did not leave out demonstrating the inclusion of virtual reality (VR) in some of the games played on PlayStation.

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