LOS ANGELES—After rival Microsoft showed 50 games from a wide range of genres in a very traditional E3 press conference yesterday, Sony promoted its PlayStation platform with a focused and unconventional presentation.
The event started out in a small, church-like space with hanging lights—very unusual for this kind of press conference.
After that, the press conference awkwardly moved to a commentary desk for discussion while attendees relocated to a much larger, more traditional venue.
From there, Sony unleashed rapid fire trailers and gameplay clips from Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding, Sucker Punch's Ghosts of Tsushima, Insomniac Games' Spider-Man, and several others.
The Last of Us Part II
In an extended clip of The Last of Us Part II, we saw previous-game-survivor Ellie at some kind of dance.