Yoshinori Ono of Capcom speaks during the PlayStation 4 launch event in New York, February 20, 2013.
Yoshinori Ono of Capcom speaks during the PlayStation 4 launch event in New York, February 20, 2013. Reuters/Brendan McDermid

The PlayStation Experience came in and went with a bang as Sony brought news and updates for its plans for the various PlayStation platforms. And for those who were waiting for new titles to be announced, the event was the best place to look.

"God of War" may be an old title that has taken the center stage at the PlayStation Experience, but creator David Jaffe is bringing another title to the PS4. DualShockers reports that Jaffe has announced "Drawn to Death,' the new title is exclusive to the PS4.

"Drawn to Death" is still in development, but what's interesting is that, contrary to what the title suggests, it's not a drawing game. Instead, you have a third-person shooter game that lets you do a four-player free-for-all death match. The drawn out characters are crazy-looking themselves, with behaviors and attitudes that are out of this world.

The art style is pretty unique from what most games on the PS4 have been revealed, but the trailer alone shouts interesting, if not unique. Check out the trailer in the link above to see it firsthand.

Developer of "The Unfinished Swan" also brings something to the table at the PlayStation Experience. Its upcoming PS4 exclusive "What Remains of Edith Fitch" has been teased before, but now a sneak peek of what the title really has been revealed at the event.

According to VG 24/7, "What Remains of Edith Fitch" follows the members of a cursed family. Players can take the perspectives of each family member, but interestingly enough, the common ground would be the death of the family members experienced by the player in first person.

The source also feature some screenshots, as well as the announcement trailer for the title.

'Street Fighter V' An Exclusive With Cross-play

"God of War" may be one of the bigger surprise announcements, but "Street Fighter V" takes second place, especially after Sony announced that it will be a PS4 console-exclusive title. Announced via the PlayStation Blog, developer Capcom has announced that "Street Fighter V" is a partnership title with Sony.

More than being an exclusive to the PS4, this also means that Street Fighter fans will have a bigger fan base where they could enjoy fights with. This is because "Street Fighter V" is coming in with a cross-platform play between PS4 and PC players.

"PS4 owners will now be able to lay the smack down against PC owners and vice-versa, a first for the Street Fighter series!" said Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono to PlayStation Blog.

Sony has even released the packaging design, which features Ryu as well as the new logo of the title. What's great about the sneak peek is that it still features "Street Fighter V" in its early development stages, so more surprises are sure to come. For now, there's no release date revealed yet for the title.

Check out the link above to see some hi-res screenshots of the gameplay. The detail for the PS4 exclusive is not a joke-if the screenshots are not enough, check out the announcement trailer to see more.

'No Man's Sky' Sneak Peek Tours The Game

Finally, there's "No Man's Sky," the silent winner of the event, which is also one of the more anticipated titles coming to the PS4. Game Informer has gotten its hands on a 30-minute tour care of developer Hello Games, which takes fans through the creation of the title.

For those who want to see more footage, Hello Games has also provided a couple of trailers and gameplay footage over at the PlayStation Blog, which can be accessed in the link. The videos were shown off alongside the announcement that the soundtrack to "No Man's Sky" will be from the band 65daysofstatic.

"Street Fighter V" announcement trailer (Credit: YouTube/PlayStation)

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