Sony just made a ton of cool game announcements at their Gamescom Press Conference.
First up, they unveiled the terrifying new PS4 game Until Dawn, which was teased last week with a creepy trailer. It tells the timeless horror story of a group of friends stranded in a remote cabin in the woods with a deranged killer hunting them down one by one. The game is story-driven, so each decision you make will affect the outcome.
Ninja Theory, the studio behind Heavenly Sword and the last Devil May Cry game, announced Hellblade, an all-new game where players take the role of a bad ass female warrior. It’s certainly going for the same vibe as Heavenly Sword.
For even more horror, Dark Souls developer From Software showed off the first gameplay footage from their new game Bloodborne, which was first announced at E3. It will be out before the end of the year.
PixelJunk developer Q-Games unveiled The Tomorrow Children, a 3D game where you control teams of people inside a mine. It looks really cool:
Bungie showed off a new trailer for Destiny. They also announced the game’s first expansion, The Dark Below, which will land in December, a few months after the release of the main game in September.
The new stealth game Volume from Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell will be landing on the PS4 and Vita next year.
Speaking of indie games, In Space We Brawl is a twin-stick shooter for the PS4 and Vita.
Sony confirmed that Tearaway, the 2013 Vita game, is also coming to the PS4. Sweet!
And for more from Media Molecule, here’s a new gameplay trailer for LittleBigPlanet 3.
A new gameplay trailer for The Order: 1886 was released. The game hits the PS4 in early 2015.
The open-world zombie survival game DayZ is coming to the PS4, following its debut on the PC last year. No gameplay footage was shown off, but the developers promise that new content will be added.
As for the tiny PlayStation TV box, that will finally land in North America on October 14, giving users the ability to play Vita games on the big screen. It will also give you access to the PlayStation Network, and stream games from PlayStation Now.