Though the showcase will focus on those four games, there will also be announcements from third-party publishers and indie developers for platforms spanning the PS4, PS4 Pro and PS VR.
Sony's E3 conference will be apparently be different from usual, according to Sony Interactive Entertainment America CEO Shawn Layden. Layden said to expect "deep dives" into PS4-partner exclusives Death Stranding, and the highly anticipated Spider-Man. "And just a reminder, those four titles are Death Stranding from Kojima Productions...the new Sucker Punch title, Ghost of Tsushima...of course, there's our partnership with Insomniac Games and their title, Marvel's Spider-Man...and of course, the sequel to The Last of Us from Naughty Dog". Finally, The Last of Us Part 2 will have "a full new scope and treatment to show progress on the game and give people a better understanding of where we're going with Part 2". One reason may be that it felt like those four big titles may overshadow any other titles presented and it may be reserving other announcements for another time.More news: Microsoft Store Game Gifting Expands to All Digital Titles, PC Games
At this point it's not even clear if the press conference will take place onstage as Layden mentioned, "We're taking kind of a different angle on how we're bringing it out". There will be no new hardware announcement at E3 this year.More news: Educator says parents should ask baby for consent before changing nappy
Asked if that is all we are going to see, Layden replied, "No, there will be others".
And if you don't want to listen to all the chit-chat, Gematsu has transcribed Layden's comments.More news: Ex-Maharashtra ATS chief Himanshu Roy shoots self at his Mumbai residence
Join us on Monday, June 11 starting at 6:00 pm Pacific Time as we share a preview of what's next for PlayStation. As previously done in years past, the presentation will be livestreamed on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and through PlayStation's website.