Sony Will Show “More than Ten” PS4 Titles at Tokyo Game Show, More than Fifty Overall
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia announced today with a press release that during Tokyo Game Show it will have “more than ten” PS4 games available to visitors at its booth.
The titles publicly announced so far are Knack, Deep Down, Driveclub, Killzone: Shadow Fall,Wolfenstein: The New Order, PlayRoom and Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, meaning that there should be at least four titles that haven’t been announced yet.
Of course we don’t know if those four or more titles are actually games that we actually never heard about before, or just titles we already know about and that Sony just didn’t confirm for the show yet.
Including PS3, PS Vita and PS Mobile, the publisher will show over fifty titles.
The PS Vita area will include Musou Orochi 2 Ultimate, God Eater 2, The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki, New Atelier Rorona the Origin Story: The Alchemist of Arland, Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends, Jikkyu Powerful Baseball 2013, Dangan Ronpa 1.2 Reload, Gundam Breaker and Tearaway.
The PS3 area will showcase Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Gran Turismo 6, Ace Combat Infinity, Beyond: Two Souls, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki, Sengoku Basara 4, Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends, Musou Orochi 2 Ultimate, Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, Jikkyu Powerful Baseball 2013, Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster, Rain, Puppeteer, WonderBook, Jstars Victory Vs, Armored Core: Verdict Day, Dark Souls II, Batman: Arkham Origins, RockSmith 2014 Edition and Pro Evolution Soccer 2014.
The PlayStation booth will also have a massive LED screen installed to broadcast events and gameplay, and developers will be in attendance.
We also already knew that SCEJA will host a keynote on the first day of the trade show, titled “The Creative World of PlayStation 4”.
A dedicated website (in Japanese) has been opened, and we can probably expect it to be updated with other titles between now and the opening of the event on September the 19th.