Sony outlines TGS 2019 plans

Pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference not announced.

Sony at TGS 2019

Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia has opened its Tokyo Game Show 2019 official website, as well as outlined its plans for the event, which runs from September 12 to 15 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.

The PlayStation booth will offer playable demos of upcoming PlayStation 4 titles such as Nioh 2 from Koei Tecmo, Final Fantasy VII Remake from Square Enix, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare from Sony Interactive Entertainment (the publisher in Japan), as well as a mega-theater featuring gameplay footage of Death Stranding from Sony Interactive Entertainment. Additionally, Sony will host a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare special match featuring members of professional eSports teams on the “e-Sports X Blue Stage presented by PS4” on September 14.

The booth will also offer playable demos of upcoming PlayStation VR titles such as Space Channel 5 VR Kinda Funky News Flash! from Grounding and Marvel’s Iron Man from Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Finally, Sony will host a series stage events dubbed “PlayStation Presents Live Show TGS 2019” over the course of Tokyo Game Show 2019, which will feature gameplay demonstrations of upcoming titles by the development staff. These stage events will be live streamed.

Further information, including the full lineup of titles at the PlayStation booth and stage event schedule, will be announced at a later date.

Unlike previous years, Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia did not announce a pre-Tokyo Game Show 2019 press conference.

In related news, Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia announced that it will host PlayStation Matsuri Osaka 2019 on September 29, where it will bring the titles playable at Tokyo Game Show 2019 to Herbis Hall in Osaka and host various stage events. More information will be available at the PlayStation Matsuri official website at a later date.

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