Hopefully we’ll have a lot of next-gen stuff to talk about. If we get some more technical spec about Scarlett we’ll have a hunch about where Sony will be also I think.
Unless Kojima plans on really sitting on that trailer he's being teasing and his words a few weeks ago about maybe showing something "in a month or" aren't accurate, we'll most likely have some DS stuff sooner than later.
You can bet on it
based off hints from a few insiders here, the most logical assumption is they will talk about next gen but more in the form of services, xcloud, etc. rather than the consoles and the performance.
I think Shinobi himself have said that they are not going to show the new console. Maybe they wont even talk about it (just about services) but I am not sure if I remember it correctly.
This is really good. His talk about the problems of having to load the files straight from the HDD made me think that they must have been one of the great advocates for the need for an SSD on PS5.Has anyone already posted this? this is not a Sony first party studio but Insomniac's session at GDC 2019 was just posted today.
Marvel's Spider-Man: A Technical postmortem
I'm not in software engineering (a chemist by profession) but being a former software engineering student I find it interesting how they tackled the technical challenges in the Spider-man game. It's tech heavy talk and I hav difficulty trying to catch everything the presenter is speaking of but it's a very interesting breakdown of the nuts and bolts of Spider-man.
Kojima has been teasing aggressively for the past two weeks. Something substantial is coming soon.
Yeah I think they're talking about the game in general as well. Kojima tweeted a few days ago saying he was working with the audio for the game in general rather than a project/trailer. Ludvig's constantly flying to the US to work with Sony's audio team on the game.
In this case, given who they're working with, I wonder if it's going to have a big 3D audio showcase component for the PS5 which would be new, unique and hopefully amazing.
Right after the tweet about playstation assisting in the audio department as well for the game... Incredibly doubtful.
That would break ERA lol
Incredibly doubtful. Given that Kojima uses a Sony engine (GG's Decima Engine) for the game and that both the trademark and IP seem to be Sony owned too. It wouldn't be his call when to show the trailer. It is Sony's given they ARE the publisher.
I've been in this camp for awhile. A PlayStation Blog post and YouTube video is more than fine. But since State of Play is now a thing, they might as well (and probably will) sit on their new trailers.
That along with Mark Cerny being the technical producer, Kojima setting up a satellite studio at guerilla, and Kojima meeting with Sony marketing execs on the regular curb on PC chances imo. All this PC talk started with an interview that was later deleted and that was released before the game had even entered full production.
Doubtful that Sony would release trailers for their biggest releases (TLOU, DS, GoTsu) out of the blue on the PlayStation Blog.Honestly nowadays do you actually need an E3 or State or Play to show off a trailer. Couldnt they just drop it on social media?
Another thing you could speculate is that Geoff Keighley will probably host an E3 thing. Wouldn't be surprised if Kojima shows up there.
I wouldn't be surprised if Kojima Productions would become part of Sony WWS after E3 given that they already have a satellite studio at Guerilla.That along with Mark Cerny being the technical producer, Kojima setting up a satellite studio at guerilla, and Kojima meeting with Sony marketing execs on the regular curb on PC chances imo. All this PC talk started with an interview that was later deleted and that was released before the game had even entered full production.
Epic games deals have only ever been minor exclusives by a now third party developer.
Not necessarily the PS Blog only. But maybe tease a couple of days before then put it on Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, Instagram etc. Similar to how Rockstar does.
No but close
God of War had a special press event like they did for Days Gone. Detroit was coming before E3. Sony didn't have a choice to show the release date on the PlayStation blog a few weeks before its release. As for Spider-man, they had an E3 trailer for it.
They said the next SoP will be later in the year, so it could be anytime they see fit. If they feel a June SoP is needed then they'll do it.
I understood what you meant, but for titles such The Last of Us pt.2, Death Standing and Ghost of Tsushima, Sony would most likely hype their showing through their social media channels for something like a new State of Play.
Why would AMD show a Sony-owned game running on a Sony-owned engine at their event?No but close
Would be the perfect place to show off next gen graphics ;-)
Sony are the publisher. Why would he? It is not like he had control over the trademark, IP or engine.There's no reason Kojima can't release a trailer outside a State of Play, but it'd be weird to me.
You'd think Sony would want to maximize their States of Play, making them more of an event when they announce one (like I think FFVII-R can achieve). As in, they're good vehicles for smaller and VR titles, and giving space (and potentially big news such a release date would be) to their huge games is good for the audience to be introduced to the non-AAA stuff.
I'm still betting on a State of Play probably featuring DS and TLOU2 (hopefully GOT too) during mid-to-late June at the earliest: Summer is long, even if it might not be the biggest gaming season on its own.
Maybe. We could get a solid release window for Death Stranding.
When I say a non-SoP thing, I don't mean him bringing the trailer to a PC conference lol. I know the game is owned by Sony.I understood what you meant, but for titles such The Last of Us pt.2, Death Standing and Ghost of Tsushima, Sony would most likely hype their showing through their social media channels for something like a new State of Play.
Why would AMD show a Sony-owned game running on a Sony-owned engine at their event?
Sony are the publisher. Why would he? It is not like he had control over the trademark, IP or engine.
Didn't the devs visited PlayStation HQ a few weeks or months ago? Also, I know that Firewall Zero Hour is multiplayer game through and through, but I wonder if they could work on a solo mission mode or co-op campaign mode.
1) Sony has been rumored to be working with AMD on Navi.