PlayStation Returning to Tokyo Game Show This Year

PlayStation will return to Tokyo Game Show later this year, ending a five year hiatus from attending the major gaming event that takes place annually in Japan and a significant streak of not attending industry trade shows on a whole for the last few years, instead focusing on providing updates to its release calendar and games with PlayStation State of Plays. In a press release regarding Tokyo Game Show 2024, Sony Interactive Entertainment is listed amongst the list of general exhibitors that includes names like CAPCOM and SQUARE ENIX, as well as being named as a platinum sponsor for the exhibition's indie developer focused area.

The press release describes this year's event by saying it "will be held on the largest-ever scale and will host a total of 3,190 exhibition booths, exceeding last year's record in TGS history." Tokyo Game Show 2024 is set to take place from September 26th until September 29th.

What will PlayStation show at Tokyo Game Show 2024?
Given the above mentioned dates for this year's show, what PlayStation will showcase in September is a fairly significant question mark. In May's PlayStation State of Play release dates were announced for the platform's largest upcoming releases and all of these titles will precede TGS2024 – Concord is set for next month on August 23rd, while Astro Bot and the PC version of God of War Ragnarök are exepected on September 6th and September 19th. If PlayStation wants to make the event booth space and platinum sponsorship in the indie area worthwhile it needs to show something exciting, and with a fairly thin release list currently confirmed it's fairly puzzling to consider what Sony could showcase.

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they certainly have a lot to show this year and next fr


Game shows anymore just don't hit right