PlayStation Experience is only two days away, but we aren’t yet done discovering new information about what will be showcased in Vegas.
SCEI’s head of Global third party relations Brad Douglas mentioned that Sony’s Japan Studio is going to be there, ensuring a presence of the Japanese arm of Sony Computer Entertainment.
Team Japan is on their way to #PlayStationExperience! SCEI, SCEJA and Japan Studios are in the house, about to go raid Las Vegas!
— Brad Douglas (@kazamatsuri) December 4, 2014
What are they going to show? Your guess is as good as mine (and I honestly don’t dare to guess), but they’re going to be there.
We also learn that 4J Studios is going to bring forth a new Minecraft update:
A panel focused on VR and Project Morpheus also surfaces: Shuhei Yoshida, Supermassive Games (that will talk about its demo Jurassic Encounters), Sony London Studios (Including Studio Director Dave Ranyard) and Wired Senior Editor Peter Rubin will be in attendance:
— Supermassive Games (@SuperMGames) December 2, 2014
— Sony London Studio (@LondonStudioHQ) December 4, 2014
We already knew that Witch Beam is going to show Assault Android Cactus, and today we learn that it’s going to be the PS4 version only. The PS Vita version will be shown at a later date.
In the meanwhile Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono is in full tease mode…
— Yoshinori Ono (@Yoshi_OnoChin) December 4, 2014
Finally, Electronic Arts’ Peter Moore will walk the stage and promises presents, also showing off his PlayStation tattoo.
— Adam Boyes (@amboyes) December 4, 2014
Incidentally, the conversation took a lovely turn towards console ecumenism as Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg joined the fray.
It’s definitely hard not to agree with Moore there. It’s an incredible time to be a gamer, and this weekend is going to put us all to the test.