PlayStation Experience 2016 Latest News & Update: Spotlight on 'The Last of Us II,' 'Uncharted: The Lost Legacy'
Gaming world finally have it - 2016 edition of unremarkable PlayStation Experience, thanks to developer Naughty Dog who saved it from total embarrassment. It is not that gamers asked too much, but most of the titles and exciting trailers from PSX 2016 are not even PlayStation 4 exclusives.
PlayStation Experience 2016 is supposed to boast exclusive developers like Sony Santa Monica who are currently bent of "God of War" though they are absent from yesterday's event. Other Sony developers like Media Molecule, Sony Bend, Insomniac and Quantic Dream were also nowhere to be found, wccfTech reported.
Another notable absence during PlayStation Experience 2016 is Square Enix who were there last year to boast "Final Fantasy VII" remake. This title is not a remake per se because apart from using unreal engine 4, Square Enix confirmed changes in gameplay and visuals to bring a different feel. Come to think of it, FFVII is supposed to be a PlayStation-exclusive when it unleashes.
So who made the final fireworks to save the day for PlayStation Experience 2016? Naughty Dog did when they presented two of the most anticipated titles from their ward. While gamers have to wait it out for the next 2 years to play "The Last of Us II," at least it made an impression. Then came "Uncharted: The Lost Legacy" which is due next year.
While gamers are bored with how PlayStation Experience 2016 turned out, these offerings from Naughty Dog hyped up the event for a bit. Among the two titles that stole the spotlight, it is "Uncharted: The Lost Legacy" that could be the biggest draw. Not only that gamers are coming off fresh from expected DLC to cap "Uncharted 4" but another twist from Nathan Drake's saga is a welcome development.
Ok, PlayStation Experience 2016 wasn't too revealing for "Uncharted: The Lost Legacy." Who knows if it could be Chloe Frazer or Nadine who will steal the hearts of gaming public this time around?