God of War - Revealed last E3 and doesn't seem close to being finished so no.
Detroit - Same as God of War
Days Gone - Same as God of War
Dreams - Announced at E3 2015, maybe.
Spiderman - It was revealed at E3 2016 like others on the list but seems likely to release this year to coincide with the movie. If it releases later, it's a missed opportunity. Games like Star Wars 2015 are developed and released alongside movies for a reason. Even though Star Wars 2015 had several things that could use improvement, it still sold millions of copies because it released with the movie. Spiderman is not Star Wars but I still think it should and will release this year.
The Last of Us 2 - Announced at PSX 2016. Naughty Dog had been busy with Uncharted 4 in 2016 and Uncharted the Lost Legacy this year. I know there are multiple teams but resources still seem too small for a release this year. I feel like last year was a really early reveal for a release around 2019.
Just my opinion on the games. If they had lengthy gameplay trailers, post-reveal trailers, or BETAs, then releases this year would seem more likely but they don't have those.
Days Gone and Spiderman. I'd like to see a confirmed release date for GT Sport too.
Unknown: Dreams (Who knows what QD will do)
2018 and beyond releases for sure:
God of War
The Last of Us 2
We'll know more at E3