PlayStation Prepares For PAX West

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As you likely know next week is Europe’s biggest games focused industry event, the middle chapter of the ‘big three’, Gamescom over in Cologne, Germany. With the other two of course being E3 and the Tokyo Game Show which is still to come. Naturally the VRFocus team is (in part) attending the event and we’ll be providing you with plenty to read and watch over the course of the next week.  You’d be mistaken for thinking these were the only events on the horizon however, because there is also one of the PAX events – PAX West – heading your way at the beginning of next month.

Taking place over September 1st to 4th in Seattle Washington as PAX has grown so has industry representation at it and Sony have just announced the titles that you will be able to try out should you be heading there – which does include PlayStation VR titles. Eight of them to be precise.

Click the title for a link to our most recent preview or story on each videogame.

Gran Turismo Sport

The Inpatient

Bravo Team

Kaiju Driving Range

Moss

Star Child

League of War: VR Arena

Sparc

Other non-VR videogames for the Sony PlayStation 4 that will be playable at one of the five booths at the event are:

  • Gran Turismo Sport – if you don’t want to play it in VR of course…
  • PlayLink: Hidden Agenda
  • PlayLink: That’s You!
  • PlayLink: Knowledge is Power
  • PlayLink: Frantics
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
  • Detroit: Become Human
  • Knack 2
  • Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite
  • Swords of Ditto
  • Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom
  • Tooth and Tail
  • Burly Men at Sea
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ
  • Samurai Shodown V Special
  • Omen of Sorrow
  • Windjammers
  • Hob
  • Battle Chasers

With Gamescom just before and with the PlayStation Experience looming in December we’re not expecting much in the way of news from the event. However, should any updates be released or anything newsworthy be discovered VRFocus will of course bring it your way.

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