PlayStation Experience 2015 Announced for December 5th & 6th

Sony has announced their next marquee event for the year: the 2015 PlayStation Experience, set to take place December 5th-6th at Moscone West in downtown San Francisco, CA.

mscone centerUnlike other industry events, the PS Experience is open to the public. It includes a major keynote from company executives and lots of hands-on time with upcoming games for the PS4.

At the first PlayStation Experience in 2014, Sony used the opening presentation to make several major game announcements for their most popular franchises, and this year’s event will likely be no exception…

“Early bird” tickets for both days of the show are available now for $60 until September 20th, or while supplies last. After that, single-day passes will be $45 and two-day passes will be $75. Check out the full announcement on the PlayStation Blog for all the details if you’re planning to attend.

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Assuming the show follows a similar format to last year, the main keynote presentation will be live-streamed on PlayStation’s Twitch channel for everyone who can’t be there. Of course, no schedule has been announced yet, but stay tuned for more details as they’re released.

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    1. JASON_ROCKS1998

      GT7 hasn’t been announced yet. It is possible it is running on the same engine as GT6 (AFAIK GT6 runs on the same engine as GT5).

    2. MeanElf

      GT6 runs on a different engine to GT5 – albeit an adaption to allow the updates. Just look at the lighting model, they are quite different.

      GT7 I would assume would be a different engine again as the infrastructure and architecture for PS4 is very, very different.

    1. Tenacious D

      That could happen, as could GT6 HD. This seems to be the age of HD re-releases. But with two years passing since GT6’s release, I would have thought a GT6 HD would have appeared by now. So I’m thinking the next Gran Turismo will have a 7 on the end.

  1. Magic Ayrton

    I have to say that I have been obsessed with the GT series.. but with Forza 6 looking so good and still on the fence as to which console/wheel to buy (one or 4).. Just hope that there is one last chance for me and GT7. They really need to give people some news, some hope and some pretty damn good details.

  2. Tvensky

    no, enough is not enough, if GT is a real driving simulator it should simulate everything I feel and can do with a real car.. including damaging.. tire punctures and engine damages and so on……… just give us a game with qualify, training laps.. standing starts.. damage.. all that with GT7 physics.. I will drive to Japan and give Kaz a huge hug!

    1. Tenacious D

      Err, some of them, yes. GT1 was released in the US in May, GT3 in July, GT4 in February, and that one was an experience to be sure – my box was empty. Drove so fast back to the store… ;P

      GT7 could release anytime outside of another blockbuster window of a couple of months, like Uncharted 4. I’m sure gamers would pounce on a next gen GT ravenously as they did for GT5.

    1. TomBrady

      Are you crazy? I don’t even have time to play all my games there’s so many on PS4 plus there’s plenty I still haven’t bought yet because I know I won’t have time to play them like the Witcher 3, and Dying Light

    1. Tenacious D

      Yes please!

      The only reason it can’t come soon enough is that the team needs time to make it the game we’ve all been waiting for, with a huge world to explore, tons of cars and tracks, events out the wazoo, lots of racing leagues properly represented, and features features features!

    2. Shimazu

      yeah with alot of everyday cars , just like GT2 ans GT4 , GT6 is full of racing cars , that’s a good thing of course but they should not forget what makes GT different from other racing games .

    3. Tvensky

      agree.. Gran turismo for me is the ability to take cars like Honda Prelude, BMW M5, toyota supra, Audi quattro, Subaru….. you got the point.. ability to take them to race tracks.. race with friends…

      Less Vision GT and more old school GT please.. back to the roots!

    4. Tenacious D

      Well, the list of cars in GT6 is about one-third race cars, two-thirds street cars already. And the game can’t even fill a 16 car grid of race cars without adding duplicates as well as throwing in cars from completely different classes. And there are a LOT of gaps in cars of various leagues.

      We need more of both.

  3. TJC_69

    This caught my eye. The schedule is unannounced so that means we don’t know if PD will have a presence at the minute. A good time to be a PS4 owner right now :’)

    1. Shimazu

      too late for you maybe , i’m still waiting for the next GT the best cars game , i’m pretty sure i’m not the only one .

    2. sirjim73

      I think this event is more likely about what’s coming in 2016 than 2015, Uncharted 4 etc. If GT7 is coming in 2016 then it’s not impossible for it to be teased first in December 2015, though I do personally think it’s unlikely.
      There will be other racing games to tease at this event anyway, no doubt.

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