Sony’s TGS keynote presentation included information on new Bloodborne DLC, another Kingdom Hearts bundle, and many more announcements.
Bloodborne’s first DLC, The Old Hunters, will be available November 24. A special edition of Bloodborne that includes the Old Hunters DLC will be available on December 3
Gravity Daze, or Gravity Rush in the Western release, is coming to PS4 on December 10 for Japan and February 2016 for Europe and North America. Sony also announced a 2016 release window for Gravity Daze 2 and showed off a new trailer and a 2016 release window.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate’s Jack the Ripper story DLC was revealed with a new trailer.
In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Yakuza is getting an HD remake. The remake includes demo of Yakuza 6, the newly announced Yakuza title for PS4 that’s set to be out in Japan in fall 2016.
Square Enix announced SaGa Scarlet Grace for PS Vita along with its 2016 release window. (I should know what that says…but… #sony)
The next Kingdom Hearts compilation coming later this year, Kingdom Hearts 2.8, features Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance, Birth By Sleep 0.2, and scenes for Unchained X for the PS4.
Square Enix revealed that Dragon Quest Builders will be out on PS4, PS3, and PS Vita on January 28, 2016 in Japan.
Spike Chunsoft announced that the next entry in the main Danganronpa series, Danganronpa 3, will be out on PS4 and PS Vita.
While we have to wait a little bit longer in the West, From Software has confirmed when Dark Souls 3 will be launching in Japan.
Capcom has announced Biohazard: Umbrella Corps, a competitive shooter for PC and PS4, set in the Resident Evil universe.
Square Enix took to the stage to announce when Japanese gamers will get their hands on the fifth game in the sci-fi RPG series.
Koei Tecmo has showcased a segment of gameplay for its upcoming slash ’em up Nioh, ahead of its PS4-only release in 2016.
Those are all the trailers from this year’s Sony press conference TGS
Anything you look forward to?
til next time