E3 2017: Sony Unveils Major PS4 Titles Ahead of Show; New Trailers, Demos, Prizes, Reveals

With its consoles sales way ahead of its competitors, Sony is going into the upcoming E3 2017 as the market leader. However, the tech giant doesn't have any hardware to unveil at the event. Therefore, industry observers believe that it will concentrate on regaling its fans with major PS4 titles and other relevant treats.

Reports are indicating that Sony's participation in E3 2017 will involve demos, new trailers, interviews, prizes and more major PS4 games starting on opening day. Sony is calling its event "PlayStation Live From E3 2017." The electronic giant will begin its event on June 12 and will end it on June 15.

It is assumed that Sony's major PS4 titles that will be unveiled at E3 2017 will have their gameplay trailers or demos all aimed to excite the fans. The major titles expected to be unveiled include The Last of Us 2, God of War and Spider-Man. Also expected to be revealed at this event are Detroit: Become Human, Uncharted 4: The Lost Legacy, and Days Gone.

Sony is also expected to unveil brand new titles at the upcoming E3 2017. Additionally, Sony has a timed exclusivity deal with Activision. That means games developed by Activision will get their DLC's first on PS4 before Xbox One.

With this in mind, observers believe that Activision will also make its presence felt in E3 2017 by unveiling Destiny 2 and probably Call of Duty: WWII as well. Fans can expect these two major titles to have their bombastic trailers presented at the event, perhaps in tandem with Sony's press conference.

Sony's "Playstation Live From E3 2017" on June 12 will feature the PlayStation Media Showcase. The show starts at 5:00 p.m. Pacific. The next day, June 13, the program will run from 12:00 Noon to 6:00 p.m. Pacific. June 14's event will begin and end at the same time. Although the event the next day will start at the same time, it is scheduled to close at 4:00 p.m. Pacific.

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