Well, that felt a little bit odd, didn't it?
Spider-Man is not only taking over our big screens - in both animated and live-action form - but our video game screens. For now, this is what we know about Ghost of Tsushima.
Set to be released exclusively on the PlayStation 4 on 7 September, Marvel's Spider-Man looks to be a pretty darn good game.
The show begins at 6 p.m. PT. It was impressive and the ideal demo for a game that is surely at the top of many people's wish lists.
The game definitely screams Sucker Punch with its smooth, seamless gameplay. Not yet. That's a detail we're hoping to find out more on soon, because imagine the possibilities!
The gameplay trailer revealed today follows a lone samurai warrior - the player character - as he attempts to rescue a monk from his Mongol captors.
None of these games were given release dates, they weren't even given release years, and only the fourth game of the bunch, Spider-Man, is in the final stages of development.
We also get an intense webswinging chase sequence with Electro that takes place on the outside of the Raft, with the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Guy narrowly dodging some intense electric blasts. Many of these are villains that this version of Spider-Man had put in prison during the eight years he's been active, further emphasizing that this is a highly experienced web-slinger.