Sony bombarded PlayStation users with more than 40 games in an hourlong, E3-in-December keynote this afternoon. Let's call out what's on the horizon:
• Uncharted 4 is getting a new chapter: The Lost Legacy. The stars are Chloe Frazier and Nadine Ross.
• The Last of Us Part 2 is confirmed. Ellie is back; apparently so is Joel.
• What was rumored to be Marvel vs. Capcom 4 is now official, and it's called Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, thanks very much.
• And btw, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, MIA from both consoles' marketplaces since 2013, is back on PlayStation 4.
• Let It Die, the newest game from Suda 51 and Grasssshoper Manufacture, is free on PlayStation 4, right now. What is it? Imagine the Dark Souls franchise wrapped in a futurisitic punk motif.
• Crash Bandicoot is remastered in the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, coming next year.
• Destiny's December update will bring back Sparrow racing. At last!
• There was another trailer for Horizon: Zero Dawn.
• Windjammers, the frisbee-flinging Neo-Geo game old enough to drink now, is coming to PS4 and PS Vita.
• The Resident Evil 7 demo — its last — is out now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR.
• Knack is back, sweeping up snack packs in Knack 2.
• PlayStation's futuristic racing series Wipeout is returning with a remastered collection on PlayStation 4.
• Akuma joins the Street Fighter 5 roster on Dec. 20th
• Lara Croft Go, the Tomb Raider entry in Square Enix's well-executed mobile lineup, comes to PlayStation 4.
• PlayStation's portable mainstays PaRappa, LocoRoco and Patapon are jumping into the PS4's lifeboat.
• Both Yakuza 6 and a remade Yakuza Kiwami — the original game — are on the way to PS4 in the West.
• So is Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.
• Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom, also showcased a trailer.
• Absolver is a multiplayer combat role-playing game, coming from Sloclap and Devolver Digital.
• Starblood Arena, by San Diego Studio and Whitemoon Dreams, was announced for PlayStation VR.
• The venerable dogfighting series Ace Combat is back with Ace Combat 7.
• MLB The Show 17 stars newly minted hall of famer Ken Griffey, Jr. on the cover. The baseball simulation features a throwback, arcade-style mode of play, and appears to be threading some clubhouse scenes into its Road to the Show career-mode experience.
• Ys Origins, a 10-year-old JRPG that only got English localization in 2012, is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita Feb. 21, 2017.
• Resogun creators Housemarque and Eugene Javitz, of Defender and Smash TV fame, are teaming up to make Nex Machina for PS4.
• Dreadnaught is coming to PS4 next year.
• Play as Raven in Gravity Rush 2’s DLC.
• Nier: Automata gets a March 7, 2017 release date for PS4.
Which are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments below!