E3 is right around with the corner as it airs on June 9 with Sony's listed for June 11 at 9 PM ET / 6 PM PT. And the press conference is looking as exciting as ever in recent years, more so with Sony's in general. Ir remains to be seen what Microsoft and Nintendo have up their sleeves, but Sony is looking pretty impressive with a bunch of exclusives.

Jump back a few weeks or months. Sony has been excelling with their successor in the PlayStation 4. "God of War," has been a critically acclaimed game and could very well be a game of the year nominee or winner.

The team changed around the formula and story, but it paid dividends as the series is in a terrific direction. "Detriot: Become Human" has also fared well.

And the PS4 has equally had a good share of classic remasters like "Crash Bandicoot," "Jak and Daxter," "Burnout Paradise," among others. But here are the games that will be shown off at Sony's E3 press conference.

Hot exclusives on the way

For the past couple of years, Sony has typically had one of the best, if not the best, presentations at E3. And this year is looking like another excellent one despite no new hardware being revealed by the brand.

However, a report by GameSpot highlights all the new exclusives that will be premiered at E3 with a "deep dive focus on four games: Death Standing, Ghost of Tsushima, Spider-Man, and The Last of Us Part II." It makes sense that these four would be highlighted fully at the press conference being the most successful and anticipated.

"The Last of Us" is regarded as one of the best games ever made as a PS4 exclusive. Insomniac Games, regarded as the studio for making pristine video game series "Ratchet and Clank" has tackled in making a different kind of Spider-Man game that looks terrific and stunning. There are questions left unanswered like if zombie apocalyptic game "Days Gone," will be shown off at E3 so far.

GameSpot has made a list of all the PS4 games confirmed for E3.

  • "3 Minutes to Midnight"
  • "Anthem"
  • "Assassin's Creed Odyssey"
  • "Battlefield 5"
  • "Beyond Good and Evil 2"
  • "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4"
  • "Death Standing"
  • "Defiance 2050"
  • "Destiny 2 Fall Update/DLC"
  • "Division 2"
  • "Fallout 76"
  • "Ghost of Tsushima"
  • "Heavy Fire: Red Shadow"
  • "Kingdom Hearts III"
  • "Last of Us Part II"
  • "Spider-Man"
  • "Shadow of the Tomb Raider"
  • "Strange Brigade"
  • "Transference"
  • "V-Rally 4"
  • "Warhammer Martyr"

There is mystery surrounding what era/place the new entry in the "Assassins Creed" franchise will be in and what the new "Fallout" game will be about.

PS5 possibility for 2020-21

Although there will be no new hardware announced at E3, people should enjoy the PS4 while they can because a new console, the PlayStation 5, could arrive in the year 2020 or 2021 according to a report in Fortune. The PlayStation 4 has been widely successful as it has been able to sell "79 million units as of the end of April," also indicated by Fortune.

Either way, many PlayStation fans will be waiting to see "The Last of Us Part II," and "Spider-Man" content. And more importantly, a confirmed release date for "The Last of Us Part II," and "Days Gone." It also looks like "Assassins Creed Odyssey," "Death Standing," or "Spider-Man" could steal the show. E3 2018 awaits.