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Sony's E3 2014 live stream details and game list posted for PS4, PS3 and Vita

'The Order 1886'
'The Order 1886'Photo courtesy of Sony Computer Entertainment, used with permission

Additional details have been revealed for Sony's E3 2014 plans. According to a report from Cheat Code Central on June 6, the company is holding a press conference at 6 p.m. PST on June 9 although the official live stream will begin 15 minutes beforehand. In addition to other media outlets, fans will be able to watch the event on the official Playstation website, Ustream as well as the Playstation Blog.

Sony is expected to provide some new videos on "Drive Club," "The Last of Us Remastered" and "The Order 1886." Furthermore, the company should further showcase "Project Morpheus," the virtual reality headset of the PS4. "Destiny," which appeared during the same press conference last year, was recently confirmed to be in Sony's E3 2014 media briefing. Finally, "Battlefield Hardline" may also be showcased as Sony is apparently sending out codes for the multiplayer beta of the first-person shooter.

The console manufacturer also provided a list of games for the PS4, PS4 and Vita that will be in the booths on the show floor. Aside from the aforementioned products, the notable titles include "Diablo 3: The Ultimate Evil Edition," "Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number," "Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix" and "Planetside 2." You can find the full list of booth games from the official U.S. Playstation Blog website.

Similar to last year, Sony's press conference is the last one of the day, following Electronic Arts, Microsoft and Ubisoft. As a result, it gives the company the opportunity to react to the main competition. For example, Sony was able to announce the $399.99 price tag for the PS4 hours after Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox One is launching at $499.99.

Sony will most likely update the sale figures of the PS4, which sold 7 million units based on the last report. The new console currently has a healthy lead over the Wii U and Xbox One since launching late last year. An image featuring one of the aforesaid games, "The Order 1886," can be seen near the top of this article (courtesy of the Playstation Facebook page).