Over 50 PlayStation titles will be showcased at the Tokyo Game Show later this month, Sony has announced.
The line-up includes over ten PlayStation 4 games, featuring launch effort Knack and Capcom’s upcoming online actioner, Deep Down.
In addition, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita will be out in full force at the event, with games like Gran Turismo 6, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, PES 2014 and Tearaway all due to be shown off.
Andrew House, president and Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, will be hosting a keynote session on opening day, titled ‘The World PlayStation 4 Creates.’ House will be joined by fellow executives Masayasu Ito and Shuhei Yoshida.
PS4 is pencilled in for a November 15 launch in the U.S. and will arrive in Europe on November 29. Sony’s next-generation console will be released alongside a slew of first and third-party titles, including Killzone: Shadow Fall, Knack, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch Dogs.
Tokyo Game Show runs through September 19-22. PSU.com’s Japan Editor Dane Smith will be attending to bring you all the latest gossip from the show floor.