Sony’s E3 show happened and gave PC gamers reason to celebrate. While things tend to be rather ‘PS4 exclusive’, rest assured that there’s plenty of PC goodness to be happy about. Without further ado, here are all the details.
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A brand new cinematic trailer for Tropico 6 has landed, giving us lots more details on how you can be the best leader you can be. Or you can swing the other way and consider yourself a dictator. Whatever your jam is, Tropico 6 will have you covered as you rule over an entire archepelago. You can even steal the Statue of Liberty if you so desire.
Ni No Kuni 2
If you love Studio Ghibli (let’s face it, who doesn’t?) then you’ll love Ni No Kuni 2. Bandai Namco revealed the new trailer at this conference, and it’s everything we could hope for. It’s basically a Ghibli game with adorable animal-eared heroes. We can’t wait to play it later this year.
Monster Hunter: World
Sony really is going all-out this year. They dropped a Monster Hunter: World gameplay trailer, along with some very good news: the game will be coming to PC. Monster Hunter also announced it on their Twitterif you want to check it out. Usually, Monster Hunter is only seen on Sony and Nintendo machines, so having the game available to PC players is a big deal – don’t you doubt it. We’re expecting the game in 2018.
Call of Duty: WW2
Call of Duty: WW2 revealed its multiplayer mode in a new trailer, featuring everything you’d expect from the Second World War: tanks, guns, tanks, and more guns. We’ve been left a bit confused by the trailer, which seems to look extremely similar to a single-player campaign, but we’ve been assured it’s not. The game is coming on November 3. Let’s hope the multiplayer mode delivers. In the meantime, here’s what we know about it so far.
Mixed news on the Destiny 2 front. We got an exciting peek at the story in the new gameplay trailer, featuring Cabal’s attack on the tower in a flashy sequence. After all that build up, Sony revealed that the PS4 version has an exclusive strike along with a few other treats to kick the PC gamers while they’re down. Hopefully we’ll be seeing this content in a year or two. We’re keeping an eye on it for all the news.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
Capcom launched a new trailer for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. As well as tidbits of the storyline, we’re introduced to a group of new characters. Check them out here. There is a PS4 exclusive (sorry) story demo for PS4 players, so for PC players, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is coming on September 19.
So, while it’s hidden amongst the exclusive content, PC gamers can enjoy a whole host of what Sony has to offer, the confusing COD trailer being just one of the many goodies. Thanks, Sony.