Last night during Sony's E3 press conference they showed off a new open world game set in the universe of Mad Max. Outside of a quick trailer and the name, however, they didn't discuss much else about the game. Fortunately, Warner Bros. (the publishers behind the game) got with us this morning to share some new screenshots from the game and details on what gamers can look forward to.
We knew Square Enix would show something during Sony's E3 press conference, and rumors were swirling around about what they would be. First of all, we got a brand new trailer for Final Fantasy vs. XIII...which announced that it's now Final Fantasy XV. More exciting perhaps, is the announcement of Kingdom Hearts III!
Sony has been making it clear for a while now that they intend on making the Indie Game community a bigger part of things with the PS4. With the ability to self-publish games, it's been made apparent that they want indie devs to feel at home. Tonight, Sony showed off just how much that support is garnering them, but showing off a nice line-up of exclusive (some may be timed exclusives) of indie games.
Soon after the Xbox One announcement event, some of the other major studios were finally able to say they were working on games for the console. Unsurprisingly one of these was Battlefield 4, but on the developers website they featured an image which seemed to give us our first look at the box art for the upcoming next-gen console. Now Microsoft has confirmed the look.
Ubisoft has released a handful of brand new images from their upcoming new IP, Watch_Dogs. The new screens show off more ways to interact with the environment, a new character, and generally more reasons why you should be excited. Come inside to check them out.
Try not to be too surprised by the announcement that Activision is releasing a new Call of Duty game, and is once again set for a November release. Rumored for the last week or so, the game company has dropped the veil and has officially announced the next iteration in the shooting franchise, Call of Duty: Ghosts. Come inside for all the details.
Sony is making some cool announcements at GDC, but they are more focused on the smaller developer, which should make some gamers very happy and excited.