Tokyo Games Show Push Square

PlayStation will officially return to the Tokyo Games Show this year after being announced as part of the 731 company-strong list of exhibitors for the event. This is said to be the most exhibitors the Japanese expo has ever had, with a total of 3,190 booths showcasing the latest games and accessories both within Japan and overseas.

The last time Sony had a presence at TGS, it signed up for three days of livestreaming focusing on various PS4 titles releasing around the time. The biggest was a Death Stranding demo, which was complemented by in-depth looks at other games such as Final Fantasy VII Remake, Nioh 2, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Yakuza: Like a Dragon. It hasn't announced any plans for 2024 yet besides the fact it'll be there at the show.

With strong and persistent rumours claiming Sony still has a PS5 Pro model set to launch later in the year, an unveiling around TGS may be on the cards. When the PS4 Pro was revealed, it was part of a separate, standalone event designed to show off the upgraded console and what it can do for upcoming titles. The show takes place from the 26th until 29th September 2024.

It seems likely Sony will have Astro Bot and LEGO Horizon Adventures playable on the showfloor, but what else might it be bringing? Speculate away in the comments below.