Biggest PlayStation News From Sony’s Paris Games Week Press Conference

Below you can find all the biggest announcements from Sony's press conference at Paris Games Week.

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With Sony's Paris Games Week press conference over, we finally learned details on some of the publisher's latest games, like Detroit: Become Human, God of War, and The Last of Us 2 There were even a bevy of new games. From Sucker Punch's Samurai epic Ghost of Tsushima to Spelunky 2, there was a whole lot of exciting new IPs and sequels. With so many exciting announcements, we've compiled all the biggest ones from the press conference below.

What news are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments below, and if you want to relive the announcements again firsthand, check out our Sony Paris Games Week press conference liveblog.

New Game Announcements

Concrete Genie

Concrete Genie Revealed, Coming To Playstation 4--Wield a magical brush to create colorful, living creatures in Concrete Genie, coming to PS4.

The Gardens Between

Sony Showcases New Captain Toad-Like PS4 Puzzler Called The Gardens Between--Two teens explore small island worlds and use their time-manipulation abilities to solve puzzles.

Ghost of Tsushima

Infamous Dev's New Game Revealed For PS4 Called Ghost Of Tsushima--Sucker Punch has unveiled its new game--here's the title's first trailer.

Guacamelee 2

PS4 Gets Guacamelee 2, Check Out The First Gameplay Trailer--The Metroidvania style is coming "soon" to PlayStation 4, Sony announces at Paris Games Week.

Spelunky 2

Spelunky 2 Announced For PS4--PlayStation 4 will receive a sequel to Spelunky, Sony has revealed.

Updates On Existing Games

Call of Duty: WWII

Call Of Duty: WW2's First Map Pack DLC Revealed, Release Date Confirmed--Here's when you'll be able to play the first Call of Duty: WW2 expansion.

Destiny 2

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris DLC Release Date, Details Revealed With First Trailer--If you're wondering when significant new Destiny 2 content is on the way, the first DLC pack releases in December.

Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human's PS4 Release Window Revealed--Here's (roughly) when PS4 owners can play Detroit: Become Human, the latest game from the team behind Heavy Rain.

The Hong Kong Massacre

The Hong Kong Massacre Coming to PS4, New Trailer And Info Revealed--Take on the Triad and other criminals in gruesome and intense fashion in The Hong Kong Massacre, coming to PS4 in 2018.

Final Fantasy 15

Final Fantasy 15 Episode Ignis DLC's Release Date Announced With New Trailer--Ignis finally gets the spotlight in Final Fantasy XV's upcoming DLC chapter on PS4 and Xbox One.

God of War

More God Of War's Combat Action Revealed In New Trailer--Sony has unveiled a new look at God of War for PlayStation 4, showing off more of the game's father-son battle dynamic.

The Last of Us: Part II

The Last Of Us 2 New Trailer Debuts At PS4's Paris Games Week Conference--There's still no release date, but we did get another new look at Naughty Dog's upcoming PS4 game.

Monster Hunter World

Monster Hunter World Getting Horizon DLC And December Beta--Monster Hunter World gets its first announced DLC for PS4, and you'll get to try the game soon.

Shadow of Colossus PS4

Shadow Of The Colossus' PS4 Release Date Revealed--Sony has confirmed when you'll be able to play the PS4 version of Shadow of the Colossus.


New Spider-Man PS4 Trailer Reveals More Story And Appearances From Marvel Villains--The friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has got a lot on his plate in the new open world action game from Insomniac Games.

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