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Sony dates Tokyo Game Show PlayStation press conference

Sony has dated its Tokyo Game Show PlayStation press conference, where it will showcase some of the upcoming PS4 games.

The PlayStation Tokyo Games Show press conference will take place on Tuesday, September 15 at 4pm Tokyo time. That’s 8am here in the UK on September 15.

Once again, Sony is the only console maker to be holding a press conference at the Tokyo Games Show.

Although Sony hasn’t given us any clues at to what it will show at TGS, we expect it will shed some light on some of the games announced at E3.

That could include the likes of The Last Guardian, Horizon: Zero Dawn or even Shenmue 3… Maybe that’s too optimistic.

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However, Sony does have a habit of announcing new games at TGS, after all it is the show used to reveal its virtual reality headset, the Project Morpheus.

Sony’s TGS press conference will precede it’s already announced Paris Games Week press conference by over a month.

The Paris Games Week conference is scheduled for Tuesday October 27 in the French capital.

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