PlayStation held its press conference for Tokyo Game Show 2017 last night, introducing multiple new games and projects. Release dates for games like Monster Hunter World were also announced.
Here are the announcements, courtesy of IGN:
- Left Alive - A “brand-new survival action shooter” from Square Enix, dirercted by Armored Core director Toshifumu Nabeshima, with art from Metal Gear character designer Yoji Shinkawa. Set to release in 2018.
- Monster Hunter World - The game will be released worldwide on January 26, 2018.
- Shadow of the Colossus - A trailer for the PS4 remake was shown.
- Final Fantasy IX - The classic RPG is available now on PlayStation 4, featuring HD custscenes and character models.
- Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runer - The Konami-owned mecha game is being remastered for PS4, with VR support. Set to release in spring 2018 in Japan.
- New character for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT - Noctis from FFXV will be joining the game, alongside other mainstays from the series.
- Dragon’s Crown - The action-RPG was officially revealed for PS4, with 4K support. Releases in Japan on January 25.
- Japan Studio VR Music Festival - A PSVR experience, featuring music from Sony Japan Studio franchises like Toro and Gravity Rush. Release in Japan on September 20.
- Neko Atsume VR - The cat collecting game will be coming to PSVR in 2018.
We’ll keep you updated as New Zealand dates become available.