The fourth edition of the PlayStation community event with return to the Anaheim Convention Center in California this December 9 and 10, so if you haven't already... go get your ticket!
Now that PlayStation's big Paris Games Week announcements are out in the wild, it's time to talk about a little something we like to call PSX!
We were expecting that this years PlayStation Experience showcase would continue the momentum from Paris Games Week with Sony revealing a load of new games in a bid to take attention away from the Xbox One X. It appears that is not the case, this year's show will be rather less bombastic than previous years. Then PSX is where you need to be.
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It has been a long time since we've heard anything substantial about Dreams, so much so that we recently checked in with Sony to make sure that the game is still happening. Will we have news of the Square Enix video game again? The trailer shown at PGW was great, especially since it's Sucker Punch's first project since Infamous Second Son, but hopefully we will be seeing some actual gameplay from Ghost of Tsushima at PlayStation Experience.
Dreams was officially announced back at E3 2015, although was previously teased as early as late 2013 - the year Media Molecule released Tearaway.
We'll see you at the show next month!
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More information about PlayStation Experience 2017 will e shared in the following weeks, including more details about developer panels, autograph signings, merchandise updates, Capcom Cup 2017, other activities, and more.
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