Watch the PlayStation Experience Keynote Here [UPDATE: IT'S OVER]

The show has ended; here's a roundup of all the big news and trailers.

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[UPDATE] The show has now ended, though PlayStation Experience continues with developer panels later today, including one from Hideo Kojima about Death Stranding. Tune in to the livestream below to watch all the panels. You can catch up with all the news and trailers in the link below.

All the News and Trailers From PlayStation Experience 2016

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Sony's PlayStation Experience event kicks off today, December 3, with the keynote address. If it's anything like last year's, you can expect game announcements and new trailers. The event kicks off at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET and you can watch the entire briefing through the video embed below.

It's rumored that Capcom will announce Marvel vs. Capcom 4 during the event, while there are also online reports that claim Naughty Dog will reveal Uncharted 4's franchise-first single-player DLC. Whatever the case, we'll bring you all the big news and post all the trailers on GameSpot as soon as they air. Bookmark this page and come back at 10 AM PT to catch the show.

What we do know is there won't be any new footage of Insomniac's Spider-Man game or Sony's new God of War.

After the keynote, there will be three developer panels, the first of which begins at 12 PM PT. This is an "unannounced panel," suggesting its for a game that hasn't been announced yet. At 1 PM PT, Hideo Kojima and "special guests" will discuss Death Stranding (maybe they'll answer some questions about that bizarre Game Awards trailer), and at 2 PM, there is another "unannounced panel."

PlayStation Experience continues on Sunday, December 4, with three more panels, starting at 10 AM PT for Horizon: Zero Dawn. Go to the PlayStation Blog to see a full rundown of events. For people in attendance, there are 100 playable games on the show floor.

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