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PlayLink is a new suite of PlayStation games designed to be controlled by phones

Sony looking to build more social experiences

Sony has just announced PlayLink, a variety of games designed to be controlled by phones and create more social experiences. The lineup begins with Supermassive Games’ Hidden Agenda, a party game called That’s You and a few other offerings like Frantics, SingStar Celebration, and Knowledge is Power.

Currently, there’s no release window for the games, but we do have more details about some of the releases. Hidden Agenda lets players vote on the outcome of decisions, inspired by watching players take on the last Supermassive game, Until Dawn as a team. Players will also be fed information on their phone like secret missions that they can try to achieve to the detriment of the rest of their team.

That's You is a game that relies on knowledge of your friends. The local multiplayer game asks players to answer questions about their pals, like "Who is most likely to make out with a stranger at a fun fair?" There are also elements were you sketch on your friends portraits on your phone's screen.

You can watch the trailer for That’s You below.

For more PlayStation news, tune into the Sony E3 keynote, a link to which can be found right here.

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