The Dark Knight and Spiderman are among the heroes coming to conquer the vivid world of PlayStation. Sony took the opportunity of its Monday presentation at the Electronic Entertainment Expo to announce that that after a long wait, finally “Batman: Arkham” series is being introduced on PlayStation VR. Peter Philips, the executive vice president of Marvel revealed “We’ve really been pushing for a new era in gaming; it’s about a franchise approach to our characters. We wanted to find a triple-A partner that could really do justice to this character.”
Ted Price, president and CEO of Insomniac Games, stated that this web slinging action based adventures of the game won’t be slightly connected with story of upcoming film of this franchise. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is all about a more seasoned Peter Parker. Ted explained to further details “He’s got a lot of experience fighting crime in New York City; You’ll see this Peter Parker struggling with the challenges of balancing a chaotic life with his responsibility that he feels toward the city.”
Sony dedicated its E3 briefing in exhibiting games those are releasing to PS$ and PS VR system. The mighty opponent Microsoft revealed its plan for newer versions of XboxOne Console. According to Microsoft, this newer version would be slimmer and more powerful. The company also said that it was on a mission of introducing more powerful version of PS$ but somehow didn’t announce it before the annual trade show of gaming industry.
Sony exhibited zombie dramas “Days Gone”, android Detective tale “Detroit: Become Human,” “The Last Guardian,” and “God of War” on the expo. Many exhibited games will support PS VR. “Final Fantasy XV,” “Resident Evil VII” and sci-fi shoot-’em-up “Star Wars Battlefront” will have VR modes.
Hideo Kojima, the creator of “Metal Gear Solid” introduced “Death Stranding” on stage. This one is a computer generated version of “The Walking Dead”. The footage showed actor Noman Reedus walking on a beach and totally circled by dead crabs, whales and other sea life.