It’s been generally accepted that Sony’s E3 conference was a bit disappointing this year. It wasn’t terrible, but at times it was dull. Even though they had a strong line-up of games, people wanted the bombs to be dropped. They also wanted The Last of Us Part II to be shown off some more. Neither of these things happened.
Well fear not, President of Sony’s Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, has now said there were things Sony were holding back on. Yoshida said:
We have no plans to talk about [Sic], but there are things we have held – we chose not to show during this E3 – of course there will be some more news coming out of our teams later this year. No question.
We’d be willing to bet that the PlayStation Experience 2017 is where some of this held back content is going to be. In a similar style to Nintendo, perhaps Sony wants to move away from E3 (just a little bit) to focus on their own events.
The PlayStation Experience 2017 takes place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California from December 9 – 10. Make sure to grab your tickets this year!