Early Sony E3 2018 Predictions | The PowerSwitch

THIS WEEK on The PowerSwitch – Gaming’s Call-In Talk Radio Show: Ten early predictions for what Sony will announce at E3 2018, Nintendo announces financials and a presidential shift, Valve buys Campo Santo, Quantic Dream sues French journalists, PlayStation Plus free games for May 2018, Fortnite’s meteoric success may come to Switch, and playing the Detroit: Become Human demo

sony e3 2018 predictions


  • (1:41) – Headline Roundup
  • (7:58) – Main Topic: Early Sony E3 2018 Predictions
    • Will new PlayStation hardware – a console, a handheld, or VR 2.0 – be announced?
    • Will the conference open with a live orchestral performance?
    • Will gameplay footage be shown from any of the following – The Last of Us Part II, Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima?
    • Will Days Gone or Dreams receive specific release dates?
    • Will PlayStation Now or backwards compatibility be mentioned at all during the conference?
    • Will Bluepoint announce that they are remaking one of the following titles – Metal Gear Solid, Demon’s Souls, inFAMOUS?
    • Will more than one PlayStation VR game (that is not an add-on experience to another title) receive a trailer during the conference?
    • Will FromSoftware show more of the project known as Shadows Die Twice?
    • Will Final Fantasy VII Remake or Shenmue III be mentioned at all during the conference?
    • Will PlayStation users finally be able to change their PSN names?
  • (19:32) – Now Playing
    • God of War
    • Detroit: Become Human (Hostage Demo)
  • (23:28) – Out This Week
    • Monster Prom (April 27 – PC)
    • Super Mega Baseball 2 (May 1 – PS4, Xbox One, PC)
    • Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (May 4 – Switch)
  • (25:22) – Outro


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