The live stream of the "Playstation Meeting 2013" was shown earlier tonight, and it had quite a few announcements in store. In addition to officially revealing the specs and new controller, they showed several game trailers. Among the companies that brought trailers to show at the event, which included Capcom, Ubisoft, and even Square Enix, there are at least 25 other companies working on games, including such developers as Atlus and From Software (makers of the Shin Megami Tensei series and Demon's Souls respectively).
Capcom unveiled a brand new IP during the meeting. Their new game is titled Deep Down (the title is a work in progress), and is developed on their new engine, called Phantom Rhei. They have not yet said if the game would be a PS4 exclusive, or if it would launch on other systems as well, stating only that more info will be available later.
Ubisoft revealed more details about Watch Dogs, which was initially revealed at E3 2012. It will be multiplatform, appearing on PS4, PC, Xbox 360, and the Wii U, and the storyline will feature one Aiden Pearce. He is a vigilante who can use his smartphone to actually hack into Chicago’s central operating system, which allows him to essentially control the entire city. Some examples of what he can do include taking control of security cameras, traffic lights, and even public transportation.
Blizzard has officially announced that Diablo III will hit the console as well, featuring full screen 4 player co-op. They did not reveal many more details, stating only that, "More info will shared at PAX East".
Next up is a timed exclusive from the creator of Braid. Jonathan claims that his new game, titled The Witness, will be 25 hours in length, despite the compactness they were keeping in mind the entire time. It is a puzzle game, and he stated that, "Much of the game takes place in your mind, rather than on the screen."
Finally, the developers of MotorStorm have revealed a new team racing game. Titled Driveclub, the game is, as the name suggests, all about clubs and playing against people all over the world either seperately or at the same time.
With so many heavy hitters revealed during the meeting, gamers will certainly have plenty to feast upon when the system hits store shelves. We'll share more info on each game as it becomes available. You can find the Playstation Meeting video on the official blog.