Sony has just announced its plans for next month's E3 showcase, and it doesn't seem like we'll be getting a traditional press conference from the platform holder. Instead, PlayStation is choosing to highlight four upcoming titles through livestreams on 11th June.

Those four games are Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima, Spider-Man, and The Last of Us: Part II. Shawn Layden took to the PlayStation Blogcast to state that there will be third-party announcements, but they won't take place on a Sony stage.

We've been ever so slightly sceptical of a Sony conference at this year's E3, and it seems like those fears have rung true. With the vast majority of Sony's internal studios already working on announced games, there simply isn't much left to reveal.

How do you feel about this? Spread the disappointment in the comments below.

Update (15:30 BST): New information via the PlayStation Blog makes this sound like a more traditional affair than originally anticipated, so frankly we haven't got a clue what's going on. The whole thing will unfold from 18:00 PT on 11th June.

Update (18:30 BST): A live audience will be in attendance at the showcase.

[via twitter.com]