Sony's presentation for the PlayStation 4 is over, and they've announced way more games than anyone would've ever anticipated. There's a good chance that most, if not all of them are being developed as launch titles for Sony's upcoming console.
The first title announced at the presentation was a new game from Sony titled "Knack". Knack's a third person action game. You can read about that here.
A game called Driveclub was announced, offering first person in-car views, which will make it one of the most highly detailed racing games. Evolution Studios is developing it as a collaborative racing game.
The folks at Gorilla Games then took the stage to announce Killzone: Shadow Fall. It takes place many years after the events in Killzone 3, and it tells of how the Helghast are trapped in a bitterly cold war with the rest of humanity.
SuckerPunch took the stage and announced its development Infamous: Second Son, which appears to be a sequel or at least a game set in the Infamous setting. It's got new main characters and it appears to be set in Seattle.
Jonathan Blow, the game industry's indie darling, made fun of the explosions in all the previous games on stage when he announced that The Witness would be a PS4 exclusive.
Media Molecule impressed the hell out of everyone with its presentation of an as-yet-unnamed game that allows players to sculpt their creations in real time with the PS Move, build a city, and animate the lot of them.
Capcom made a presentation of a new medieval-fantasy IP called Deep Down, which looks like Skyrim—only better.
Blizzard's Chris Metzen took the stage to announce a strategic partnership between Blizzard and Sony and announced that Diablo 3 is being developed for both the PS3 and PS4, with console-native controls, a new interface, and 4-player full screen co-op on the couch.
Ubisoft's highly anticipated Watch Dogs was also confirmed for the PlayStation 4, and the studio showcased a live demo of the game as it was played on the stage.
Bungie wrapped the whole thing up with the announcement that Destiny, their online third-person shooter, would land on the PS4. On the next-gen console, it looks better than any of the PS3 and Xbox 360 screenshots we've seen of the game.
Be sure to read this post for our full coverage of the PlayStation 4.