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The Best PS4 Game Trailers From Sony’s Paris Games Week Event

It’s Paris Games Week and Sony used their event to show why they confidently say the PS4 is “the best place to play”.  

Out of the gate immediately Sony let loyal fans and the gaming world know that they are fully committed to the PlayStation VR, showing off a bevy of new titles which will utilize the hardware.

Sony’s main focus was clear this year at Paris Games Week and they showed nothing but games, games and more games.

PS4 Game Trailers Paris Games Week

Today we got trailers for Insomniac’s highly anticipated PS4 exclusive Spider-Man game, an intense trailer for The Last of Us Part II, Detroit: Become Human, Star Wars: Battlefront II, God of War, PS2 favorite Shadow of The Colossus, Resident Evil VII, Destiny 2’s first expansion Curse of Osiris and more.

No Final Fantasy VII remake news though, unfortunately. Still, their presentation did it what it was supposed to do and get us hyped for the future of the PS4.

If you missed any of them earlier, don’t worry we got you covered, peep all the fire coming soon to the PS4 and prepare to be blown away.

Ghost of Tsushima

Final Fantasy XVI: Episode Ignis

Call of Duty: WWII

Erica

Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier

Marvel’s Spider-Man

 

The Last of Us Part II

God of War

Shadow of the Colossus

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris

Resident Evil 7 biohazard ‘Not A Hero’ Expansion

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds Expansion

 

Detroit: Become Human

Star Wars: Battlefront II

Photo: Screenshot/Sony

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