The 10 biggest announcements from PlayStation’s Paris Games Week 2017 keynote
Monday, 30 October 2017 Sony kicked off the 2017 edition of Paris Games Week with a slew of new announcements for both PS4 and PlayStation VR games. For the most part, the reveals were focused on 2018 and beyond. Alongside trailers for big games like Spider-Man and God of War, Sony showed a solid range of new titles, from the melancholic The Gardens Between to sequels for games like Spelunky and Guacamelee to new blockbuster titles like Ghost of Tsushima. Here are the most important announcements.
-Ghost of Tsushima-
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