Sony pressers are generally structured, informative and packed chock-a-block with games regardless of whether they’re already out or not. Expect to have to sit through a heavy use of montages, a section on new (but generally already announced) games for the PS3 and Vita, a boring reminder that Sony has it’s own video on demand service that you’re not using before you see anything at all about the PS4. Also expect all of the Europeans to be extraordinarily cranky, drunk or simply have already buggered off to bed as Sony always schedules these things at stupid-o’clock in the morning European time.
It would seem that the biggest game Sony is planning on showing us (that we already know of) is Uncharted 4, the first next-gen entry in Naughty Dog’s acclaimed action adventure series. It seems likely that we’ll be hearing more about heavily delayed street racing game Driveclub, steampunk third person shooter thingy The Order 1882, and that silly virtual reality headset thing Project Morpheus that they’re working on to compete against Oculus. At the risk of looking silly I’m also going to predict a return for missing-in-action team ico project The Last Guardian, now retooled as a PS4 title (and then as a PS5 title in a few years time as the project continues to spiral through development hell).