Sony will be sipping on champagne and snails soon, as it heads to the French capital for its surprise Paris Games Week 2017 press conference. The platform holder opted to eschew its annual European media briefing last year, but it’s going all-out this term, bridging the gap between E3 2017 and the upcoming PSX 2017 with an event in the Old World. But where can you watch all of the action unfold – and most importantly, when will the press conference begin?
Sony PlayStation’s Paris Games Week 2017 Press Conference
What is Sony PlayStation’s Paris Games Week 2017 press conference?
Sony has a long history of hosting PlayStation press conferences in Europe, dating all the way back to German convention Leipzig in the years prior to Gamescom. While it doesn’t host these as regularly as it used to, it’ll be attending Paris Games Week for a second time on 30th October – and the word on the street is that like Aerosmith you won’t want to miss a thing.
What time is Sony PlayStation’s Paris Games Week 2017 press conference?
Monday, 30th October 2017 @ 3PM GMT
- North America: 8am PDT / 9am MDT / 10am CDT / 11am EDT
- UK/Ire: 3pm GMT
- Europe: 4pm CET / 5pm EET
- Asia/Oceania: 12am JST / 11pm AWST / 2am AEDT
Please note that, as with E3 2017, the actual press conference will begin later than the abovementioned time, but Sony has lined up a live pre-show that will include new trailers and announcements. The platform holder claims there'll be updates on 21 titles during the pre-show alone, including seven all-new reveals.
Where can I watch Sony PlayStation’s Paris Games Week 2017 press conference?
We’ll have it all here on Push Square, of course! We’ll be rolling out the red carpet for our usual roster of neat features, including live video, live blogging, live chat, and… Well, you get the idea. We’ll also bring you all of the news, trailers, and reaction in the aftermath, so make sure you bookmark the site and sign up for an account.
What will be announced at Sony PlayStation’s Paris Games Week 2017 press conference?
Historically, Sony’s European press conferences have been home to quirky, out-there projects like Dreams and WiLD. We’d expect a big focus on indie content considering it was completely absent at E3 2017, and we also anticipate PlayStation VR will play a big role in the briefing. However, the platform holder has been hyping this one up more than we expected, so we guess anything is possible.