Sony, similar to other big names in the market such as Microsoft and Ninetendo, has been gaining a lot of traction much before the start of the E3 event for the current year. The company was already in the news for its new PlayStation 4 console that goes head to head primarily with Microsoft's Xbox One console.
Sony took the stage at this year's E3 event with a number of things waiting to unfold. Sony's PS4 press conference also came as an opportunity for the company to show its mettle among all other names also present at the event.
"To ensure that PlayStation is above all else the best place to play," explained Andrew House, Sony Computer Entertainment president and CEO, of the PlayStation strategy since last year's E3.
"We know what best means: It means the best visual quality, it means choice, it means not being a lone gamer but part of a extensive community of rivals and friends."
However, apart from a host of game trailers, confirming release dates, and showing off of a number of previously unannounced titles, Sony also managed to present its first refreshed PS4 hardware.
Apparently, the first white version of the console will be bundled with Destiny and will hit store shelves with the sci-fi space shooter on September 9.
So what exactly happened at Sony's E3 presentation? What were high points of it, and what did we learn? Let's take a closer look.
Nathan Drake is back. And this time he's been rendered in full 1080p glory, thanks to the power of the PS4 engine. The footage that you see in the video below has been taken via the console's new engine.
"We're targeting 60fps for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, and as you can see, the visual fidelity for our character models will reach new heights. In fact, thanks to the power of PS4, right now Drake's Uncharted 4 model is over double the polygons of Joel from The Last of Us PS3," Sony writes.
At its E3 presentation for the year, Sony outed a massive news. Yeah you guessed it right. It's related to the remastered version of The Last of Us, and it's coming on July 29.
The latest trailer for the same is full 1080p and rendered in 60fps. Also, the company is working on various improvements such as higher resolution character models, improved lighting and shadows, upgraded textures, functionalities unique to the PS4 controller and more.
Visceral Games and EA have now made the newly unveiled Battlefield Hardline playable for the public in a closed multiplayer beta, available on PlayStation 4.
Also, Battlefield 4 owners on PlayStation 4 can turn on their console, highlight their copy of BF4 and then click on the Live Tile to download the Battlefield Hardline beta and play in its 1080p 60FPS glory. Beta slots are limited, so you'll need to act fast.
Starting November 18, 2014, Far Cry 4 will puts you in the middle of the fight that's raging in Kyrat, "a nation where one false step is as likely to land you in an enemy outpost as in the jaws of a hungry tiger."
Players can now capture outposts together, traverse Kyrat and make gains with anybody you know. It's a Playstation Exclusive and it means there are no limits to your Far Cry 4 experience. Far Cry 4 arrives November 18th, 2014 on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
Bloodborne is the newest title from FromSoftware and Hidetaka Miyazaki, creators of the critically acclaimed Demon's Souls and Dark Souls games, that was announced exclusively for PS4 at the E3 2014 PlayStation Press Conference.