PlayStation Experience 2016 News: Catch Latest Reveals on PS Games as ‘Uncharted The Lost Legacy,’ ‘Lara Croft GO,’ ‘The Last Guardian,’ ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’
This year's PlayStation Experience was a treasure trove of reveals on a multitude of game titles. PSX 2016 is the third ever of such event that the gaming community has come to look forward to for the latest in the world of video gaming. Here are some of the exclusive titles that were uncovered this year.
The event kicked off with the outing of the DLC for "Uncharted: The Lost Legacy." This first look at the trailer for this Naughty Dog stand-alone "Uncharted 4" single-player game was a dramatic reveal of the return of the heroine Chloe Frazer, clad in a hijab, after her conspicuous absence in "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End." What may even be more exciting for fans is that mercenary Nadine Ross from "A Thief's End" will also be figuring largely in this chapter. To play "The Lost Legacy," it is not necessary to acquire "Uncharted 4" though.
While the trailer for "The Lost Legacy" may have been an audience rouser, the real bombshell at the PSX was the announcement of "Knack 2." In what may be considered a bold move, Sony introduced the successor to "Knack" which had been a badly received PS4 game title by the gaming community. Social media became a repository stunned reactions to the game's revelation.
Other titles unveiled were at the PlayStation Experience were "Marvel vs Capcom Infinite" and the "Crash Bandicoot" trilogy remastered gameplay. The "Resident Evil 7" and "PaRappa the Rapper" demos may now be played on your favorite platform.
Yet another offering from Sony is "The Last Guardian." The trailer for the game reacquaints players with human-eating Trico and hinted more strongly of a world outside the boundaries of the castle where players find themselves in. The game will be available Dec. 6.
For tomb-raiding adventurers, there's the "Lara Croft GO" which is now playable on both PS4 as well as Vita platforms. The game expansion called "Mirror of Spirits" though came out ahead on the PlayStation, a couple of days back.
On an interesting note, "Horizon: Zero Dawn" once more showcased its animal robots. However, since not much was given away on the upcoming title game followers may have to content themselves in waiting just a bit more until February 28 when the new game gets launched.
Devotees of dogfighting titles may have something worthy to discover in "Starblood Arena" which will be coming out on PS4 in the spring of next year. The multiplayer game was an exclusive PlayStation VR title, but not anymore.
What brought the PlayStation Experience to a satisfying close was the outing of "The Last of Us: Part 2" trailer. Whereas it was pointed out at the PSX that the first game from the title was about love, this one will evolve around Ellie and Joel and will be the opposite. Ellie's line "I'm going to kill every last one of them," is a portent of hatred and revenge that will come very, very soon.