At the end of October, for one week game developers and publishers descend onto the city of Paris, France for the start of the Paris Games Week. The convention, which draws crowds from all over Europe and the world, aims to highlight and spotlight games currently in the works and what’s coming next in the world of gaming.
Sony, who has made an appearance at the convention in 2015 and 2016, has announced their second major “Media Briefing” for the convention (the first was back in 2015). After their impressive showing of new titles for both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation VR at last year’s Paris Games Week, the pressure is on Sony to deliver a great and worthwhile show… especially after the underwhelming conference that took place at this year’s Tokyo Game Show 2017.
Read on for more details on how to watch the next Sony Press Conference live:
Paris Games Week 2017: Sony Press Conference Live Stream Details:
What: Sony’s 2017 Paris Games Week Media Briefing
When: October 30th, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PDT
With E3, Gamescom, and the Tokyo Game Show behind us already, fans have been wondering what Sony will be detailing in this press conference. Whether its a whole brand new slate of exciting and fresh new games or brand new looks at games we’ve already seen, this press conference will be one not to miss.
Right after the company’s E3 2017 conference, Sony announced that the majority of games shown would be released in the first half of 2018; so just from that bit of news we can expect to see new footage from: Insomniac’s Spider-Man, Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human, and Sony’s juggernaut God of War. If these games are to come out by Summer next year, Paris Games Week will be our first indications of release dates!
Back in 2015 for Sony’s first Paris Games Week conference the company pulled out all the stops to show off what they were working on for their systems. Highlights from that year included: the announcement of DLC for the smash hit Bloodborne, new trailers for Horizon Zero Dawn & GT Sport, the full reveal of PlayStation VR and the games coming to it, and finally the reveals of Michel Ansel’s Wild (which still has no new info) & Detroit: Become Human.
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