Dreams and Ghost of Tsushima confirmed for PSX 2017

Sony has outlined some of its plans for December’s PlayStation Experience 2017, confirming we’ll be getting another glimpse at upcoming PlayStation 4-exclusives Dreams and Ghost of Tsushima.

Dreams hasn’t shown its face for nearly two years now, although Media Molecule did assure fans last week that the project is very much still in the works. 

Sony had originally planned a beta for 2016 before delaying it a year, although at the time of writing there’s still no word on when we’ll get to access the teaser. Hopefully, we might hear more news on the beta at PSX — if it’s still in the pipeline, that is. 

Dreams and Ghost of Tsushima: New details due next month

Dreams is the first major title from Media Molecule since the 2013 PlayStation Vita platform title, Tearaway. The British studio later ported the game to the PS4 in 2015 with added features.

Ghost of Tsushima meanwhile was announced only last week during Sony’s press conference at Paris Games Week.

The upcoming open-world samurai title is the next major project from inFAMOUS developer, Sucker Punch Productions. No release date for the title has been announced, but it’s been in development for three years now.

For now, you can check out all the latest details on the highly anticipated title in our earlier story.

The PlayStation Experience takes place December 8 – 10, 2017, and from the sound of things we’re likely to get plenty of games on offer as the floor size has been expanded by 50 percent. 

In addition to hands-on gameplay with the next wave of PS4 and PS VR games, attendees will dive deeper into some of PlayStation’s biggest games by means of immersive interactive experiences that blend the world of game and reality. I’m dying to say more… but it’s a bit too soon to share details. Stay tuned!said Sony.

In addition, we’ll be featuring a new slate of panels that reveal more developer insights into some of the biggest announcements coming out of Paris Games Week and beyond. We’re still finalizing the full list of participating developers, but you can count on some of Worldwide Studios’ biggest and brightest making an appearance, including Sucker Punch Productions, Media Molecule, and more. Want to learn more about Ghost of Tsushima and Dreams? Then PSX is where you need to be.”

Stay tuned for more details on PSX 2017 as we get them.