Starting September 21, Sony will kick off one of the biggest exclusive events of the PlayStation brand in Tokyo, Japan. Several new titles will be announced, and the Japanese – and tourists – will have the opportunity to test some games not yet released for the first time (or second, in some cases) at the Tokyo Game Show.
The list of games available for testing has already been released, including several new titles that are planned for the PS4 and some for the PS VR. And nothing from PS Vita, unfortunately. But the company says that this is the list of confirmed games until September 14, so there may be a few more to be included by the 21st.
- Call of Duty: WWII (SIE)
- Dragon Ball FighterZ (Bandai Namco)
- Itadaki Street Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary (Square Enix)
- Monster Hunter: World (Capcom)
- Taiko Drum Master: Drum Session! (Bandai Namco)
- Code Vein (Bandai Namco)
- Dynasty Warriors 9 (Koei Tecmo)
- Knack 2 (SIE)
- Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (Level-5)
- Yakuza: Kiwami 2 (Sega)
- Detroit: Become Human (SIE)
- Earth Defense Force 5 (D3 Publisher)
- vs Capcom: Infinite (Capcom)
- Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet (Bandai Namco)
- Gran Turismo Sport (SIE)
- Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (Square Enix)
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (Bethesda Softworks)
- Gran Turismo Sport (SIE)
- Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV (Square Enix)
- No Heroes Allowed! VR (SIE)
- Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo – Shichiyou no Etude (Bandai Namco)
The company also released the official agenda of the event, with live broadcasts for those who are not there. In addition, there will be a conference on September 19, also in live streaming.
For those who cannot go to Japan, it will be possible to watch some live streaming events.
Sony’s H4233 mysterious smartphone spotted online
For those who love cell phones with big screens there is an upcoming product of Sony. The H4233 model showed up in the GFX Bench benchmark database, revealing much of the device specifications.
The new features include a 6-inch screen with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), which indicates that the company will continue to invest in the 16: 9 standard, instead of following the trend of the market with screens in the 18: 9 format.
In terms of hardware we have the Snapdragon 630 chipset, which consists of an octa-core processor with a maximum speed of 2.2 GHz and GPU Adreno 508. According to the GFX Bench, the new phablet from Sony will come with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB for storage, leaving 43 GB free for the user. In cameras we have a rear sensor of 21 megapixels and a frontal of 16 megapixels, going beyond what is seen in the Xperia XZ Premium , the most current flagship of Sony available in Brazil. Both cameras are capable of recording in 4K, which contradicts the idea that this will be a device for the intermediate segment.