If you have nearly two hours to spare, you can watch Sony's press conference in its entirety.
Sony used a lengthy promotional press conference at the start of Paris Games Week today to make a bevy of announcements for newly revealed and previously known PS4 titles coming in 2016 and beyond.
Among the biggest announcements at the presentation was Detroit: Beyond Human, a new game from Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls creator David Cage and his Quantic Dream studio. The game expands on a previous PS3 tech demo focused on the creation of an emotional robot named Kara. A pre-rendered trailer showed Kara exploring a futuristic, Android-filled Detroit that she describes as "dark and cold, harsh and violent, unfair and brutal." Cage says he's aiming for a game that's "moving and meaningful, exploring themes that are meaningful in our world."
The trailer for Quantic Dreams' Detroit.
Polyphony Digital's Yoshinori Ono was on hand to talk about Gran Turismo Sport, a new entry in the venerable racing sim series that promises to be "much bigger" than previous entries. Polyphony is working closely with the FIA to get two separate and authentic cup series in the game, which is due to have an open beta in 2016 (though given the series' penchant for delays, that time frame could easily slip). Surprisingly, Ono also announced that the game will support Sony's PlayStation VR headset.