Sony opened its Gamescom 2014 press conference strong with a series of new trailers and the announcement that the PlayStation 4 has sold an enormous 10 million units. Everything that followed added up to a pretty great show.
Here's everything you might have missed.
The Big Stuff
Q Games is making a 3D game about building stuff, and its Soviet themes give the charming world a weirdly attractive tone. It's called The Tomorrow Children.
Hollowpoint is the next game fromCrackdown 2 developer Ruffian Games. If survival shooters are more your thing, DayZ iscoming to PS4, as is the stellar-looking mystery game The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, and Until Dawn, which we all thought was just a PS3 game until recently.
Destiny, in what isn't really a huge surprise, is the most pre-ordered new IP in GameStop's history.
On the firmware front, there are major changes coming to PlayStation 4 with its 2.0 update, and PlayStation TV has a release date.
IGN Editors expected Ninja Theory's new game to be a Heavenly Sword sequel based on the appearance of its main character, but Hellblade is coming to PlayStation first -- so it's a new IP coming to other platforms later.
Michel Ancel -- the man behind Beyond Good & Evil and Rayman -- opened new studio recently. Its first game, Wild, looks incredible. Another exciting new game is Alienation, the next title from Resogun developer Housemarque.
Tearaway Unfolded is also coming to PS4, and it is preposterously charming
P.T. is a weird mystery/horror game that you can check out on the PlayStation Store right now, ahead of its down-the-line release date.
The most important news of the day, arguably, is that you have a pet tiger who kills stuff for you in Far Cry 4.
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