Sony just held their official “PlayStation Meeting 2013” in which they made the announcement of the PlayStation 4. While the console wasn’t shown, we got a glimpse of the controller including new IP’s for the future that’s always a plus in the Sony scene for the loyal gamers. Some of people behind the scenes were so impressed from the showcasing and are now contemplating switching over BACK to the PlayStation.
During the conference we were shown trailers for new titles such as DriveClub, Deep Down, Killzone: Shadown, inFAMOUS: Second Son, Knack, The Witness and more. After you watch the trailer above, check after the jump to watch trailers as well from all the games above. Another highlight from the show was the official unveiling of the Dual Shock 4 controller. Check below for images high-res images of the new controller.
OS REWIND: Livestream The PlayStation Meeting 2013
OS REWIND: Take A Look At The “Evolution of PlayStation” (The Beginning)
OS REWIND: The New Sony Entertainment Network Online Store Officially Launches
Watch_Dogs: Open World Gameplay Premiere
Destiny “PlayStation 4 Official Announcement”
Killzone Shadow Fall “Announce Trailer”
inFAMOUS: Second Son “PS4 Trailer”
DriveClub “Announce Trailer”
Deep Down “PS4 Trailer”
Knack “Announce Trailer”
Now that Diablo’s out of the bag, I just want to say that we’re stoked to be bringing Diablo III over to PlayStation. We got our start in console games, and a bunch of us, myself included, have been looking forward to this day for a very long time.
We’re putting a lot of work into doing Diablo III right for PS3 and PS4. All of the upgrades we’ve made to the PC version since launch will be included. On top of that, we’re completely redeveloping the interface, controls, and camera so that the traditional Diablo hack-and-slash, loot-collecting, dungeon-crawl feels natural and fun with a controller in your hands.
I know a lot of people will have a lot of questions about the game, and we look forward to getting into all of that as development progresses. For now, I just want to say thanks to all of you who kept pushing us to get back to console, and please come check out the game at PAX East if you’re in Boston in late March.