PlayStation Experience 2016 has ended, and the excitement is finally flowing all over the web. Sony showed off several video games, and while the conference wasn't overly exciting, it was still a lot of fun due to the titles that were announced.
Majority of the games announced at PlayStation Experience 2016 are multiplatform titles, but there were a few gems, Knack 2 and The Last of Us 2 being the most important. Even a new Ace Combat was announced for the folks who love to fly and shoot things in the air.
Originally, Knack was a launch title for the PlayStation 4 back in 2013. It wasn't the best game in the world and didn't go on to receive overwhelming positive reviews. Because of this, not many people believed Sony would actually want to create a second, but here it is in all its glory.
The game appears to be very similar to the original, which is expected from a platformer. However, the main difference is the addition of a new character that is similar to Knack. While the color of Knack is red, this new character is blue. It would appear as if Sony is planning to have multiplayer co-op missions for Knack 2 from what we have seen of the gameplay.
The Last of Us 2
Gamers from around the world have been waiting for this one since the title was released on the PlayStation 3 in 2013. It was then later released on the PlayStation 4 in the form of a remaster that can also be played on the PlayStation 4 Pro in native 4K. We knew this game was on the horizon, but we just didn't know when it would show its head.
In the trailer, we get to see Ellie, who is older now and playing a guitar. She's singing too, mostly about people she wants dead. As the singing goes on, we see a man walking through a doorway. After that he approaches Ellie. We're not sure who he is because his face was not fully shown.
From the voice, however, we can tell this is not Joel, which leaves us to wonder where is he, and why is Ellie with someone else.
Later in the trailer, Ellie says she's going to kill them all, but it's not yet certain what that means or who she's talking about.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
We've heard rumors of a new Marvel vs. Capcom game, but we didn't take it seriously due to how long the previous title was released. Now it's back again and looking great as ever before, and we can't wait to test how well it plays. Currently, there aren't many impressive fighting games, but Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite could add to the few great ones.