Sony's first State of Play generates discontent among fans
The company focused this first broadcast on video games for PlayStation VR.
Last night we attended the first edition of State of Play, Sony's Nintendo Direct, an event where the Japanese company guaranteed viewers new trailers and announcements of the latest PlayStation 4 and PSVR games. However, the news shown during the broadcast failed to enthuse the public, generating widespread discontent, which was especially visible through the dislike of the video hosted on YouTube.
In this sense, the document uploaded by PlayStation USA currently has 11,000 negative votes out of a total of 14,000, while the one published from the European division of the company stands at 7,000 dislike of a total of 8,000 scores. In social networks, as well as in the comments of the 3DJuegos news, the general feeling of the public has also missed announcements of a larger entity for this premiere.
During the 20 minutes of the video, there was the opportunity to see a new trailer for the story of Days Gone but, above all, to learn about several new features for PlayStation VR, including new releases such as Marvel's Iron-Man VR, an exclusive to the platform.