All the Playable Games Confirmed for Sony's PlayStation Experience

No Uncharted 4 or No Man's Sky, at least not yet.

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Sony has announced the initial lineup of developers and publishers attending PlayStation Experience 2015 in December and provided an initial list of games that will be playable on the show floor.

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All the major third-party publishers will attend, including Activision, Electronic Arts, 2K Games, Ubisoft, Square Enix, and Capcom. High-profile developers going to the show include Naughty Dog (Uncharted), Bungie (Destiny), and Treyarch (Call of Duty). The full list of participating companies is available here.

As for playable games, the lineup so far includes mostly indie titles. Note, however, that the list below represents "only the beginning" of the games featured on the show floor. More will be announced later.

This year's PlayStation Experience will be held December 5-6 in San Francisco at the Moscone Convention Center, the site of the Game Developers Conference every year. Last year's event, the inaugural show, took place in Las Vegas.

Tickets for PlayStation Experience 2015 are on sale now. A two-day pass goes for $75, while one-day passes are offered for $45 (Saturday only) and $40 (Sunday only).

In addition to getting some hands-on time with upcoming games, PlayStation Experience attendees can sit in on developer panels and a keynote address. Sony has not yet published a complete schedule for this year's PlayStation Experience, but the company says it will make "major PlayStation announcements" during the event. Fans should also expect some "patented PlayStation surprises."

Last year, Sony held a keynote address at PlayStation Experience where the company showed off a ton of games and made quite a few notable announcements.

PlayStation Experience 2015 confirmed games (as of October 22):

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