This happens at practically every PlayStation press conference, but we'll tell you what: you only realise how much Sony actually stuffs into these shows when you have to write about it all. We're over 24 hours removed from yesterday's PlayStation Experience 2015 keynote, and while we've written a ridiculous number of stories over the past day or so, we're getting to the point now where we're going to have to round up the stragglers and move on. Here's everything that we missed in uber-condensed bullet point form:
The PSX 2015 Press Conference Stragglers
- Guns Up, the nifty looking PlayStation 4 strategy game from Valkyrie Entertainment and Sony San Diego, is out now in North America – and it's free-to-play. Those of you in Europe will sadly have to wait until the PlayStation Store updates next week, though.
- MLB 16: The Show, the next entry in Sony San Diego's critically acclaimed sports series, will hit a homerun on PS4 and PS3 starting 29th March in North America. There'll be an MVP Edition available for $69.99, which will include a limited edition case and tons of additional in-game content.
- Day of the Tentacle Remastered will release on the PS4 and Vita in March 2016. But developer Double Fine's not stopping there, as it's also bringing an upgraded version of Tim Schafer's adventure game classic Full Throttle to Sony's formats as well.
- The Hitman beta will begin on 12th February on the PS4, with pre-orders guaranteeing access to the pre-release stress test. To help you to decide whether you want to buy the stealth game on Sony's system, IO Interactive has also announced that the game will feature six PlayStation exclusive missions. And that's not all: Hitman Go, the smartphone spin-off, is coming to the PS4 and Vita.
- Hob, a mysterious new adventure game from Torchlight developer Runic Games, will release on the PS4.
- Don't Starve Together will make its console debut on the PS4. The game takes the core concept from Klei's survival sim but will see you working together in order to stay alive for as long as possible. The developer's bringing Invisible, Inc to Sony's new-gen system as well.
And that, we think, is just about that. We'll still have an absolute ton of reaction, opinion, and information coming out of PlayStation Experience over the course of next week, so stick with us. It's a relief to have all of those announcements out of the way, though. So. Many. Games.