All The Mind Blowing Announcements From PSX 2016

The PlayStation Experience (PSX) kicked off last weekend and there was a ton of amazing announcements. Here’s everything that you may have missed out.

Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite Announced

Capcom has announced Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite. Yep, Marvel is back baby! Mega Man, Iron Man, Ryu, Captain Marvel, and the official Marvellogo was shown. According to Capcom it will feature 2v2 battles, Infinity Stones (with unique abilities and “game-changing effects”), a “cinematic story,” and training, mission, and arcade modes.

Take note that no X-Men were featured in the trailer, leading credence to the rumor that only MCU or official Marvel-owned properties are making it in.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy DLC

Naughty Dog announced a new, standalone Uncharted game (sort of, as this is DLC). But this one thankfully doesn’t seem to involve Drake. No, the mysterious trailer showcased a woman in disguise, before popping off her mask to reveal Chloe, one of the standout characters of the series since Uncharted 2. It’s called Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

The Last Of Us Part II Is Coming

Sony has finally unveiled the trailer for The Last of Us Part II and it features all of the cinematic bravado you’d expect from Naughty Dog. It also looks like it takes place a decent chunk of time after the first game since Ellie has aged a bit.

Ni No Kuni 2 Is Being Released Next Year

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom by Studio Ghibli and Level-5 is launching next year!

Ace Combat 7 Update

Ace Combat 7 was revealed last year at PSX 2015 so it’s only fitting that we can an update this year. During the event, Sony showed off footage of Bandai Namco’s Ace Combat 7, which is still on track as a PlayStation 4exclusive, with PlayStation VR support. It’s a direct sequel to Ace Combat 6, and you can get a look at how the game is progressing in the trailer below.

Horizon Zero Dawn Has A New Trailer

The much anticipated post-apocalyptic Horizon Zero Dawn by Guerrilla Games has a brand new trailer. Complete with majestic cinematic visuals and robot dinosaurs.

Let It Die Released

The latest game from Grasshopper Manufacture and Goichi Suda aka Suda 51, Let It Die was released at The PlayStation Experience. Grasshopper promised it would release sometime before the end of the year and it looks like they just kept its promise. What is it? Imagine the Dark Souls franchise wrapped in a futurisitic punk motif. Let It Die is a free-to-play exclusive for PlayStation 4.

Crash Bandicoot N’Sane Remaster

Vicarious Visions surprised all of us with a teaser and some juicy bits of gameplay from the upcoming PS4 remasters.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Releases Its Final Demo

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard gets its final playable teaser as a free download from the PlayStation Store. Available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation VR. The full game will be coming out on January 24th 2017.

Nier: Automata Gets A Release Date

NieR : Automata was announced earlier this year at E3. It is the highly anticipated sequel to the action RPG franchise NieR. It’s a collaboration between Square Enix and Platinum Games.

Wipeout Returns With The Omega Collection On PS4

PlayStation’s futuristic racing series Wipeout returns in the summer on PlayStation 4 with Wipeout: Omega Collection, which appears to be a remastered anthology of the series.

We didn’t manage to write up on all the announcements. There were 72 announcements at PSX but we’re going to try and keep track of all of them!

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