Sony Reveals Impressive Trailers of Lost Soul Aside, Kill X, and More China Hero Project Games for PS4

Sony Interactive Entertainment presented the China Hero Project Games Kill X, Project Boundary, Pervader, Hardcore Mecha, and Lost Soul Aside.

August 2, 2018

Today, during PlayStation China’s press conference in Shanghai, Sony Interactive Entertainment presented many new trailers for the PS4 and PlayStation VR games part of the China Hero Project.

The long showcase included Kill X, Project Boundary, Pervader, Hardcore Mecha (which was previously titled Code Hardcore), and Lost Soul Aside.

Kil X will come to PS4 in Winter 2018, Project Boundary is slated for 2019, Pervader and Hardcore Mecha are simply “coming soon,” while Lost Soul Aside did not have any indication of a release window.

Each game was presented by a brand new trailer, and you can enjoy them all below, alongside an official video with all of them.

Interestingly, Lost Soul Aside‘s trailer introduces a new female character, even if we don’t get to see much about her just yet.

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If you want to learn more about Lost Soul Aside, you can check out our recent interview with Director Yang Bing, and watch more impressive gameplay from GDC.

If you’re interested in Hardcore Mecha, you can enjoy our interview with Director and Producer Louiky Mu.

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