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Explore Sony's booth at E3 2017

Take a tour through the Sony booth at this year's E3 expo.

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Spider-Man, developed by Insomniac Games, had a display to match its lengthy gameplay reveal.

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Gran Turismo fans, be patient a little longer. Gran Turismo Sport is still headed to the PS4.

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Yes, the Thrustmaster is the name of a PS4-compatible racing wheel.

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Call of Duty is headed back to World War 2, launching Nov. 3, 2017.

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Playlink is Sony's new means of reaching casual gaming audiences, turning cell phones into game controllers.

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Call of Duty WW2, from another angle.

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Yep, that's a big PlayStation logo.

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The grand entrance to Sony's E3 booth.

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The calm before the crowds.

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Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man and his booth's neighbors.

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Knack and Ratchet, Sony's two big platformer icons.

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Knack 2 is happening. It only makes sense that there would be a real-life Knack at the show, too.

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A big showing for Destiny 2, which will continue the tradition of Sony-exclusive strikes and Crucible maps.

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The most comfortable way to try out Battlefront 2.

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Tons of tiny Xs, Os, squares and triangles.

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David Cage's latest narrative game Detroit: Become Human centers around the emergence of self-aware androids.

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If it looks like FIFA, plays like FIFA, and even smells like FIFA, then yes -- it's FIFA.

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PlayLink, at a distance.

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A cold stare and a long line.

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Up close and personal with the Spider-Man display.

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It's no surprise Battlefront 2 has a big presence at Sony's booth, and at E3 in general.

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