PlayStation Experience 2017 Detailed; Early Bird Tickets Now Available

PlayStation Experience will be back this December, and now we know more about what will happen in Anaheim.

on August 16, 2017 2:33 PM

Today Sony disclosed more details about the upcoming PlayStation Experience event, that will be hosted in Anaheim, California, on December 9th and December 10th.

As usual there will be hands-on gameplay on PS4 Pro, PlayStation VR demos, game developer panels, merchandise and collectibles and more.

What’s more important is that early bird tickets for the event are now available, and can be purchased here. They cost $65 for both days, while regular tickets will cost $75. Of course early bird tickets are limited, and will be sold only as long as supplies last.

As a bonus, those who purchase an early bird ticket will get access to a special event held on December 8th, where they’ll have a chance to get up close and personal with game developers.

The Capcom Cup 2017 will also be held at PlayStation Experience, with a dedicated special stage that will host matches all Sunday, offering over $250,000 in prizes. More details on this will be shared at a later date.

On Saturday, December 9th, the event will be open from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM, while on Sunday, December 10th, doors will open at 10:00 AM, and close at 6:00 PM.

Registration with your PSN ID is recommended, and attendees are required to be over eighteen years old.

More details, including attending developers, publishers and activities will be shared in the coming weeks.

You can check out a trailer below. The event was initially announced at E3 2017.

 /  Executive News Editor
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