Sony kicked off a summer of gaming events with a bang. The company’s PlayStation show was over an hour full of flashy announcements, surprises, and trailers — including a new piece of hardware. You can catch up on everything that happened right here on our story path. But if you’re just looking for the top stories of the day, this is the place.
Sony is making a handheld again, with the 8-inch Project Q. It’s designed to play PS5 remote games and looks like a Nintendo Switch smashed into a DualSense controller. There were other hardware, too: the PlayStation Wireless Earbuds were also in the works.
The show ended with a nice long trailer for the game Spider-Man 2, which included a look at Peter’s new symbiotes. The game also has a release window now: Fall 2023.
The year of the remake continues with a new version of the Metal Gear 3: Snake Eater. It’s a project that has been rumored for quite some time, and now Konami has finally confirmed that the game is in development. It’s coming to PS5, Xbox, and PC, but we don’t know much about it right now.
The developer is famous for Saucepan And Hellobut the newly crowned PlayStation studio is returning to its roots with this sci-fi shooter marathon. It won’t be a PlayStation exclusive, though it’s coming to both Xbox and PC with cross-play and cross-save support.
Much of the event focused on PSVR 2 titles, including this year’s VR mode Resident Evil 4 remake. A number of other titles were also shown, including Crossfire: Sierra Squad And Synapsis. There is, too Saber wonAvailable… today!