PlayStation Experience 2017 South East Asia Brings E3 2017 Games

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There’s plenty of excitement for the South East Asia PlayStation Experience, which will be taking place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on August 5. It’s the first PlayStation-centric show to ever hit South East Asia, making it a must-go event for any PlayStation owner in the region. As if that wasn’t enough to get fans interested in the show, Sony has confirmed multiple E3 games will be making appearances, some of which will be playable.

In a press release, Sony confirmed that the following titles will be playable in the South East Asian show, which should please fans.

  • Detroit: Become Human (PS4)
  • Far Cry 5 (PS4)
  • Everybody’s Golf (PS4)
  • Far Cry 5 (PS4)
  • Gran Turismo Sport (PS4)
  • Knack 2 (PS4)
  • No Heroes Allowed (PSVR)

More titles will be announced for the show, though it’s doubtful that God of War and Marvel’s Spider-Man will be playable at the event. Still, it would be great seeing these games make some form of appearance, since the PlayStation Experience is where Sony plans on making huge announcements. The company even admitted that they held back a bit during E3, so that they can show off more exclusives in upcoming events, so PS4 fans have that to look forward to.

Developers will also be on the show, answering questions and discussing the process for making these upcoming games. Activities are also planned for the event, some of which will lead to fans netting exclusive goodies from the show, whatever they are. Sony hasn’t given the full details for these events, though more details and playable games will likely be announced soon.

PlayStation Experience 2017 in South East Asia will take place from 10am to 10pm, and it is a one-day event. Sony has been fairly consistent with the PlayStation Experience since 2014, so we can expect a few surprises here and there.

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