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Biggest PS4 News Of PlayStation Experience 2017: God Of War, Death Stranding, Medievil Remastered, And More

Biggest PS4 News Of PlayStation Experience 2017: God Of War, Death Stranding, Medievil Remastered, And More

Sony’s PlayStation Experience is filled with all sorts of news and trailers of the latest upcoming games, which includes MediEvil Remastered, God Of War, Soul Calibur VI, Death Stranding, and more. To get you up-to-speed on everything as it’s happening, we’re compiling all the biggest news below. Check back often as we continually update this article with news as it gets announced this weekend.

What news are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments below. If you want to watch all the cool new trailers, be sure to check out our trailer roundup.

NEW GAME ANNOUNCEMENTS

Firewall Zero Hour

Firewall Zero Hour Revealed–Sony adds a tactical shooter to its PlayStation VR library.

MediEvil Remastered

PS1 Action Game MediEvil Getting Remastered On PS4–Sony revealed during its PSX 2017 keynote that original PlayStation game MediEvil will be getting remastered with 4K capabilities on PS4.

UPDATES FOR EXISTING GAMES

Death Stranding

Death Stranding Trailer Makes Sense After Playing 4-5 Hours, Sony Exec Claims–PS4 boss Mark Cerny says at PSX that the bizarre game actually makes sense…eventually.

Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human Played Live On PSX 2017 Stage, Audience Participates–The latest game from David Cage and Quantic Dream, Detroit: Become Human, had a new gameplay trailer at PSX 2017. You can watch it here.

The Last Guardian And Wipeout Omega Collection

PS4’s The Last Guardian Coming To VR; Wipeout Getting VR Update–Sony announces new additions to the PlayStation VR catalog during the PSX keynote tonight.

God of War

God Of War PS4 Will Take 25-35 Hours To Complete–The developer of God of War reveals that the game will take a decent chunk of time to beat.

OTHER BIG NEWS

Sony Exec Hints That We’ll Be Able To Change PSN Names Within The Year–Today at PSX, PS4 boss responds to the ever-persisting question.

Source: www.gamespot.com

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