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Recap: Sony’s Paris Games Week Conference

by Joe Juba on Oct 27, 2015 at 10:32 AM

Sony's press conference for Paris Games Week had all the bases covered, from new announcements to fresh looks at games we were already excited about. Though no one moment or reveal stands out as jaw-dropping, the event was a chance for several publishers (and the PS4) to shine. We've collected all of the info – news, trailers, and more – in one convenient place.

Detroit: Becoming Human announcement from Quantic Dream (based on the studio's Kara demo)

Wild reveal, a new title from Rayman creator Michel Ancel

GT Sport marks Gran Turismo's return, and a community beta will start in early 2016

Horizon Zero Dawn, one of the biggest reveals of E3, has some exciting new footage

Gravity Rush 2 details emerge, along with a video showcasing the combat

Dreams' gameplay demo, the upcoming title from Media Molecule

Uncharted 4 has multiplayer, and the beta begins in early December

No Man's Sky still looks great, but it's not coming until June 2016

Star Wars Battlefront trailer starring heroes like Han, Leia, Luke, and Darth Vader

Ratchet & Clank trailer gives us another look at the classic franchise rebooted

Driveclub is adding bikes, and the expansion is available right now

Matterfall is a newly revealed futuristic adventure from Housemarque

Vector is a rhythm game being made in collaboration with musical artist Avicii

Boundless looks like a more fantasy-infused Minecraft, but with more weird portals

Street Fighter V gets a new addition (Dhalsim) and a release date (February 16)

Virtual Reality games 

Battlezone reboot from Rebellion

Tekken 7 is coming to PS4 and PlayStation VR

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is a new standalone horror experience from Supermassive Games

Rigs, the sports-mech-shooter exclusively for PlayStation VR

Robinson: The Journey is Crytek's virtual reality title, and it's coming to PlayStation VR