Paris Games Week 2015 Paris Games Week 2015

All the biggest PlayStation announcements from Paris.

 
 
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DRIVECLUB BIKES roared onto PlayStation®Store at the end of the show, as Evolution Studios unveiled a shiny new garage of superbikes from manufacturers including Yamaha, Ducati, Kawasaki, Honda, Bimota and BMW. You may have mastered the four-wheeled beasts and beauties of DRIVECLUB… but now it’s time to saddle up for the ride of your life on PlayStation®4 with DRIVECLUB BIKES.

Action-packed doesn’t do it justice. A two-minute multiplayer trailer gave the Paris Games Week audience a sneak peek into what to expect from Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Get ready for sidekicks, supernatural perks, massive maps and more.

So what did happen to KARA when she left the factory? Quantic Dream’s David Cage took to the stage to reveal the answer to the world with PlayStation®4 exclusive, Detroit, and left us pondering what it means to be human. Throwing you into a world where androids live to serve humanity, the decisions you take to deal with them will shape Detroit’s emotionally charged story. 

Kazunori Yamauchi – the creator of Gran Turismo – unveiled GT Sport for PlayStation®4 and guaranteed it would be the most realistic driving simulator in the series to date. In a new collaboration with the FIA, Polyphony Digital’s vision is to change the way that people play driving games, and we can’t wait to take part in the Beta trial early next year.

The world got its very first glimpse of futuristic shooter Matterfall – a PlayStation®4 exclusive from Housemarque Games. The unveiling trailer teased a gleaming city besieged by infected enemies, with an armoured warrior at the centre of it all fighting back with a powerful range of souped-up weapons.

Coming June 2016

No Man's Sky

Your journey into the farthest reaches of space is coming to PlayStation 4 as a console exclusive in June 2016.

 
 

Alter your perception

PlayStation VR games in development

Shuhei Yoshida took to the stage to unveil that over 200 developers are currently working with PlayStation VR. From Crysis developer Crytek comes Robinson: The Journey, featuring dinosaurs and a friendly droid.

Elsewhere there was horror Until Dawn: Rush of Blood; PS VR exclusive futuristic shooter RIGS Mechanized Combat League;crime sim The London Heist and The Walk, based on the movie starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. VR tanks blasted into our field of vision in Battlezone; a world-saving superhero in Megaton Rainfall, intergalactic shooter Eve:Valkyrie and, alongside the PS4 version, Tekken 7 will also be coming to the virtual reality headset.

Japan Studio’s Keiichiro Toyama was in town to show off the brand new combat system for Gravity Rush 2 on PlayStation 4. You can now control gravity using the Lunar style for lighter, quicker attacks as well as the Jupiter style for more powerful moves. Get ready to defy the laws of gravity with Kat on PS4.

Here comes a new challenger! Stretchy-limbed Dhalsim’s return to the Street Fighter universe was confirmed by Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono. Dhalsim joins previously announced Laura, Rashid and R. Mika on the roster for PlayStation®4 console exclusive Street Fighter V.

Dreams got a world-first gameplay reveal on-stage and received a rapturous reception to its mesmerising creativity. Alex Evans and Mark Healey from Media Molecule – creators of Tearaway Unfolded and LittleBigPlanet – enchanted the audience with their customised imp who goes everywhere with you in Dreams.

PlayStation fans also got a new look at Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn, as we witnessed heroine Aloy take on a gigantic ThunderJaw. Only on PlayStation®4, this open-world action RPG is slated for release in 2016.

Relive the show

Watch the PlayStation press conference

Catch up on all the big announcements as they happened and watch the Paris Games Week event all over again. Which game stole the show for you?

 
 

It launched across Europe on the original PlayStation back in 1995. Now Tekken 7 is coming to PlayStation 4. With special content for PS4 players, get ready to reacquaint yourself with the Mishima clan and the feuds that burn between them... and get even closer to the action with PlayStation VR support.

WiLD also received its first-ever gameplay demo and the excitement could be heard all along the Champs-Élysées! Montpellier-based Wild Sheep Studio’s Michel Ancel guided us through the game and wowed the audience with its pin-sharp portrayal of a hostile wilderness where you must control the creatures that live within it to help you survive.

 
 

Stars of the show

Direct from Paris