PlayStation CEO: E3 2015 Will Be “an Exciting Show,” Games Taking “A Lot More Advantage” of PS4

Sony Computer Entertainment CEO, Andrew House, during his presentation for the Electronics Investor Relations Day 2015, he shared his expectations for E3 2015.


“I think that E3 this year will be an exciting show. I think that it will be a show where we see the next generation of hardware really start to deliver great content and great experiences that if not take full advantage of the platform, will a lot more advantage than we’ve seen before.

I think we’re seeing games become bigger experiences, that trend has not changed. I gave a first party example with Bloodborne earlier, I was reading some of the game media reviews on that. Some of the gaming press were calling this “the first proper next-gen title.” I really hope to see more of these experiences emerging at E3.”

House states that the PlayStation 4 is approaching an 80% market share in many countries.

“The two strengths that we offer […] are one, a really significant global reach, and particularly very strong market share in many countries outside of Europe. I think we’re almost approaching an 80% market share of next generation in many of these territories.”

Sony has recently announced the time and date for its E3 2015 Press Conference, which will be held at 6:30 PM PDT on Monday, June 15. The event itself will take place at the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles.

Sony did not reveal any more details, but there will surely be a ton of PlayStation announcements and some very exciting surprises.

E3 2015 Press Conference Schedule

Sunday, June 14

Bethesda - 6:30 PM PDT

Monday, June 15

Microsoft - 9:30 AM PDT
Electronic Arts - 1 PM PDT
Ubisoft - 3 PM PDT
Sony - 6 PM PDT

Tuesday, June 16

Square Enix - 9 AM PDT
Nintendo - 9 AM PDT
PC Gaming Show - 5 PM PDT

We will bring you any new information on Sony, PlayStation and E3 2015, as soon as it becomes available, as well as a complete coverage from the E3 show floor next month.


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