The unofficial first day of E3 has finally come to a close. After four press conferences, a ton of reveals and announcements, we can now rest before the entire thing starts up again tomorrow.
If you couldn’t watch the press conferences or couldn’t keep up with the info bombardment, then this day 0 recap is perfect for you. Below, we’ve linked every relevant info (as a PlayStation gamer) from each press conference, which you can just click through to see the story in its entirety.
Microsoft Press Conference:
Assassin’s Creed: Unity gameplay video shows off co-op
Here’s our first look at gameplay from Sledgehammer’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Limbo developer Playdead has a new game called “Inside“
Lara Croft’s back in “Rise of the Tomb Raider“
The Witcher 3 looks stunning in a new gameplay clip
The Division gameplay makes its way out
EA Press Conference:
Star Wars: Battlefront first in-engine look!
Players are fighting a dragon in this Dragon Age: Inquisition gameplay vid
Criterion has a new game in the works, no name yet but we do see concept footage
New untitled Mass Effect in-engine footage revealed, but not much
Assassin’s Creed: Unity release date announced by Ubisoft
Far Cry 4 E3 trailer introduces Pagan Min. Who is he? Watch to find out
Another trailer for The Division, this one takes you a journey
Assassin’s Creed: Unity demoed off once more
One of the biggest announcements at E3, Rainbow Six: Siege storms the show with gameplay
Far Cry 4 gets a gameplay walkthrough
Sony Press Conference:
New footage of The Crew wheels out, will be released in November
White PS4 Destiny bundle to be deployed later this year
inFamous: First Light is a standalone content for the game and stars a different protagonist
The Order: 1886 has a new E3 2014 trailer and it looks gorgeous!
LittleBigPlanet 3 is real and will make its way out this November
Project Beast is now officially known as Bloodborne, developed by From Software
You can invite your PSN friends to play Far Cry 4 even if they don’t own the game
Dead Island 2 crawls out sometime next year
PS4 and PS Vita getting a bunch of awesome indie games
Possibly the most ambitious game at E3, No Man’s Sky is releasing first on PS4 and you can watch it now
“Let It Die” is a PS4-exclusive and is being developed by Suda 51
YouTube is finally coming to the PS4
PS Now open beta finally dated for the PS4
PS Vita TV finally has a North America release window
Mortal Kombat X gameplay footage debuts during Sony’s presser
Mirror’s Edge 2 gameplay footage jumps out and take names
The Last of Us on PS4 finally has a release date! Huzzah!
GTA V is coming to now-gen as expected
Uncharted 4 gets a proper title, shows an old Drake and is dated for next year
Batman goes batty in Arkham Knight gameplay video
Destiny alpha and beta dated on PS4
Uncharted 4’s Nathan Drake has over double the polygons found in Joel in The Last of Us PS3
The Order has a release date and you can even check out its Collector’s Edition
Battlefield: Hardline multiplayer footage debuts and looks a bit familiar
Battlefield: Hardline beta for PS4 and PC starts the moment its announced!
Whew! That’s certainly a ton of info to take in all at once. The best part? We’re just getting started. The PlayStation LifeStyle staff is on the show floor to report on the latest news, hands-on previews and interviews to give you the best E3 coverage you deserve.