In addition to those titles, Layden also revealed that "stellar announcements" will also be on-stage from third-party publishers and independent developers, all of whom Layden says are "devising innovative new experiences that will make your heart race and your emotions soar" across PS4, PS 4 Pro, and PlayStation VR.
It looks like PlayStation is set for a different E3 this year.
Are Bella Hadid and the Weekend back together?
Abel reached out to Bella asking to hang out and catch up, and she made a decision to see him and see where things go. But that same weekend the rapper was also seen putting the moves on DJ and general girl-about-town Chantel Jeffries .
Sony looks to be mixing things up this E3, eschewing their traditional conference format. What you shouldn't expect is an announcement of new hardware, as Sony has chose to lay the rumours of PlayStation 5 being released before next summer to rest by making it very clear that there won't be any new hardware announcement at the conference.
Ghost of Tsushima will have a "deep dive" and Insomniac's Spider-Man will get a "new drop" of information. The fab four of the event that we're going to be having is of course going to be the sequel to The Last of Us from Naughty Dog, we'll have a full new scope of treatment on that, show you the progress of the game, give people a better understanding of where we're going with Part II. "We're taking a different angle on how we're bringing it out".
Layden said that Sony has a lot more info about Death Stranding, which is Hideo Kojima's new game that has so far only been featured with maddeningly cryptic trailers.
USA imposes travel restrictions on Pakistani diplomats
The set of withdrawal is likely to render United States diplomats and security officials vulnerable to greater surveillance from the Pakistani authorities.
This suggests we can expect some sort of announcement on exclusive deals along the likes of Activision titles Call of Duty and Destiny 2.
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This year's E3 is just over a month away, but conferences and showcases start even sooner. As previously done in years past, the presentation will be livestreamed on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, and through PlayStation's website.
Nokia X gets listed on TENAA revealing key specs
Touted to be Nokia's new mid-range offering, the smartphone is also the first Nokia branded device to embrace the notched display. The specification of the front-facing camera is still not known and the phone may support 4G LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, and USB.