Shuhei Yoshida Promises “Very Exciting” E3 For PlayStation


Are you hyped for E3 2014 yet? You should be!

The president of Sony Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, recently sat down for in interview with Gamespot. In said interview, he teased some of Sony’s upcoming plans for this year’s E3:

“Some of the things that we are preparing for E3 are very, very exciting.”

Shuhei’s job at Sony PlayStation is to oversee all of their first and second party development. He was the one who originally took the stage and confirmed that they have 30+ games in the works for PS4.

So what could these exciting plans be?

One would imagine their E3 is going to focus on the PS4 and its software line-up. The current slate of confirmed Triple-A games for it is pretty bare so Sony needs to come out swinging in order to maintain its incredible momentum. I’m talking new games and great footage of games they’ve already announced!

It’s probably safe to assume that we’re going to see more footage and possibly release dates for The Order: 1886 and Drive Club. We may even get our first real look at the new Uncharted. Also worth noting is that Sony recently filed trademarks for two new games: Killstrain and Entwined. This is exactly how The Order: 1886 leaked last year, so I suspect that it’s very possible that we’ll see one or both of them announced at E3. Could we even see Project Morpheus or dare I say it, The Last Guardian? We will just have to wait and see.

Sony will hold their E3 press conference on June 9th. Can you wait that long? Yeah, me neither.