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Possible Gameplay Reveal at PlayStation Live from Paris This Month

PlayStation claims we’ll “get a look at some spectacular games coming to PS4 and PSVR.”

Paris Games Week is this month and Sony will be holding a PlayStation Live press event to commence the gaming conference, which is now in its eighth year.

So far, Sony is the only company that has scheduled plans for the conference, and many people are expecting Sony to showcase some exciting new gameplay for upcoming games, along with any announcements of possible new hardware releases.

Fans are hopeful that new footage from the upcoming God of War game is expected to be revealed. God of War is set to release early next year and throws everyone’s favorite warrior, Kratos, into the world of Norse mythology. We also expect to see some sneak peaks for games Days Gone, Death Stranding, and Detroit: Being Human.

Another big game that’s sure to be showcased is Call of Duty: WWII, with new gameplay footage to be revealed. Sony and Activision have a close relationship with one another, and the PlayStation exclusive content for the Call of Duty series is one example of the two company’s close ties.

We’re hoping that we can get more details revealed for The Last of Us 2, one of the most anticipated games for the PS4. It’s been four years since The Last of Us was released, and the game has seen extremely high reviews by gaming sites.

The newly upgraded PSVR headset is also expected to be officially revealed during the conference.

Whether any new upgrades to PlayStation consoles will be announced is up for speculation, but for now we’ll just have to wait and see. PlayStation Live will be livestreamed worldwide on Monday October 30th at 3:00 PM GMT.

What do you think will be revealed at PlayStation Live? Will you be watching the livestream? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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