The Tokyo Game Show will have a significant Sony presence this year, as the company has revealed its lineup of 20 different Tokyo Game Show games that will be appearing at the event. There aren’t any new ones, but we’ll get to see more gameplay of each of them before release.
We’ve seen essentially all of these games at a number of events before: at the Tokyo Game Show, viewers and attendees will be seeing Call of Duty: WW2, Code Vein, Detroit: Become Human, Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Dynasty Warriors 9, Earth Defense Force 5, Gran Turismo Sport, Itadaki Street Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary, Knack 2 (even though that’s already out), Marvel vs Capcom Infinite, Monster Hunter: World, Ni No Kuni 2, Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet, Taiko Drum Master, and Yakuza: Kiwami 2.
While some of these may be niche games like Earth Defense Force or Itadaki, the vast majority of them are highly anticipated and getting ever-closer to release. For instance, Dragon Ball FighterZ, one of the first true Dragon Ball fighting games in years and its first 2D fighter. Or Yakuza Kiwami 2, the remastered version of Yakuza 2 for modern consoles.
With all of the different games that are going to be at the Tokyo Game Show besides the ones that Sony’s bringing, there’s still the possibility that some of these might get lost in the crowd. However, no matter what the outcome, we’ll likely be getting a good number of cool games to look forward to from all of the different Tokyo Game Show games.
The Tokyo Game Show will be happening in Japan from September 21 to September 24 and will have many other games than just Sony’s own titles being shown off. If you can’t or don’t want to go to Japan just to look at it, you’ll be able to watch the streams on YouTube.