The Playstation Paris Game Week 2015 Press Conference has just ended with a slew of announcements for everything Playstation 4. Paris Game Week (PGW) is unlike E3 and Tokyo Game Show (TGS), both targeting U.S. and Japanese consumers respectively. PGW is a regional gaming show that is aimed at the European market.
Tekken 7 – A Prequel
20 years later, Tekken is still going strong as Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced Tekken 7 – a prequel to the entire Tekken series. After a six year absence, the game is finally making a comeback on the Playstation 4 running on Unreal Engine 4.
Uncharted 4 – Multiplayer Mode
The game has not even been released yet, but now Naughty Dog has unveiled Multiplayer mode for the game. The trailer shows a side of Uncharted that no player has ever seen before. The game will be arriving in Beta in December, before its official release in March 2016.
Gran Turismo Sport
Gran Turismo also has something up their sleeves with the announcement of the Gran Turismo Sport. This will be the first Gran Turismo game ever to be on the Playstation 4. The game will be coming to the PS4 in 2016.
No Man’s Sky
No Man’s Sky is a game where players get to explore an open universe and try to survive in it. Every decision made will be taken into account and has a consequence. The game comes out in June 2016.
DriveClub Bikes has been launched and is available immediately on the PS Store. The game can be purchased either as an expansion to the original DriveClub game, or as a standalone. Racers (or bikers), will now get to race in their favorite bikes for a change.
This sneak peek at PlayStation’s lineup for 2016 makes next year look very interesting indeed. The notable lack of games for the PS Vita is unsurprising as Sony has said that it is not currently developing any first party titles for the handheld platform, which indicates that the company is more than happy to forget about it. On the other hand, PlayStation 4 owners will have plenty to look forward to in the near future.