Sony PlayStation has started up a first-party studio dedicated on creating original games exclusively for Project Morpheus. The new studio has posted some job listings recently and goes by the name North West Studio, based in the U.K.. Now with heavy focus on Project Morpheus, and its release nearing early next year, we can assume to expect a big presence of the VR headset at this year’s E3 conference and event from Sony.
Geoff Keighley has released a new Bonus Round video for Game Trailers, in which they highlight predictions for Sony PlayStation’s press conference for E3 2015. The full video can be seen HERE.
They talked about the fact that we can expect to see more of Uncharted 4: A Thieves End, and possibly a Gran Turismo 5 reveal, as new IPs coming to the console. They also point out that Sony should continue to make third-party titles their own with first-party exclusives to make them look like their own first-party titles.
The battle between Sony and Microsoft continues, and they feel that Sony’s splendor is in their inventive and very different titles that they have brought forth from their global studios. Sony may just very well highlight big titles like Fallout in a PlayStation 4 bundle, as they did with Destiny.
Of course the hopes for The Last Guardian to make its return to E3 with some more information on the title, is always a hope. However, that hope seems to dwindle with no teasers and since we haven’t heard anything on the game in quite some time.
Sony had just announced that they will bring back the PlayStation E3 Experience for this year’s E3. Fans all over the United States, and some of Canada, can view the PlayStation’s E3 Press Conference live from select movie theaters. For full details, head HERE and the tickets will be made available on May 27, 2015 starting at 9:00 a.m. PT at playstation.com/e3experience.
The countdown is underway and the hype has begun and what do we expect? Well, we have not lost hope on The Last Guardian and we expect to see quite a bit of Uncharted 4: A Thieves End, the continued support from the developers at-hand, including North West Studio, with a huge presence of Project Morpheus, and highlights of titles such as Tearaway Unfolded. While we don’t know whether it will be in announcements or trailers, we’re not too sure how heavy the demos will be for Project Morpheus. We also expect to see some studios bring back some beloved franchises, as well. At PlayStation Experience last December, Sony had a large section for Indie titles, it would be great to see that continued support, as well as more PlayStation Vita love.
What do you expect or hope to see?