After months of speculation from fans, Sony has finally laid out some concrete details regarding the 2016 edition of its PlayStation Experience event. The expo will take over the Anaheim Convention Center in California on December 3 and December 4, showcasing new PlayStation software and hardware.
The date and location were revealed by a banner image on the official sign-up page, which went live overnight. This change was followed by a post on the PlayStation Blog which confirmed the information, as well as adding some more details about what fans can expect from this year’s event.
It should come as no surprise that the PlayStation VR headset will be given its fair share of the spotlight at PlayStation Experience 2016. With the event coming weeks after the launch of the peripheral, it seems likely that we’ll get some details about the second wave of software set to support the headset.
However, that’s not the only piece of hardware that Sony is looking to promote. The PlayStation 4 Pro will also be available for purchase when the event rolls around, but attendees will be able to test out the capabilities of the system with 4K monitors.
It’s likely that PlayStation Experience 2016 will also be the setting for some new game reveals. In previous years, the event has focused more on indie titles rather than the AAA releases that dominate big shows like E3, but there’s always the potential for a big-name game to make an unannounced and unexpected appearance.
Anyone interested in attending PlayStation Experience 2016 can purchase their tickets for the event right now. A regular two-day ticket costs $75, while early bird passes are available for $60 while stocks last — single-day tickets are priced at $45 for the Saturday session, and $40 for the Sunday session.
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