June 10, 2014 1:00 AM | Anthony Swinnich
Indies have undoubtedly become at least a partial focus for companies at E3. And just like at Microsoft's conference, Sony thrust their plans for indie games onto the stage and into the conference limelight.
Sony has revealed they're partnering with indie publisher Devolver Digital, gaining console-exclusive launches for the company's catalog. Shown off at the show (and in the trailer above) were Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, Broforce, Titan Souls and Not A Hero. The video also showed off The Talos Principle for the first time, which is coming from Serious Sam developer Croteam.
ABZÛ also made its debut, coming from the mind of Journey's art director Matt Nava and his studio Giant Squid. It appears to be some sort of underwater exploration game set in a fantastical world.
No Man's Sky also got a pretty big segment in the show, and a new trailer showing off what the procedurally-generated planet-hopping game is capable of. No release date was revealed.