Sony has set a date for its next PS-centric event, and is offering a special discount on early-bird tickets.
Sony's PlayStation Experience conference will take place over December 9-10 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA, where last year's PSX took place. Tickets for the two-day event normally run $75, but early birds can buy tickets now for $65. Besides a discounted rate, early-bird purchasers will be able to access a special event where they can "get up-close and personal with game developers and PlayStation attendees."
You must be at least 18 to attend PSX. No children or babies are allowed at the show, so parents had better factor babysitting fees into their trip budget.
Entering its third year, PSX has become Sony's personal E3, a stage for developers to announce and unveil projects for PlayStation 4. PSX 2016 was stacked with debuts highlighted by The Last of Us: Part 2, Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and even games without subtitles, if you can believe it
Some games associated with the PlayStation brand were conspicuously absent at E3 this summer. Specifically, remakes of Final Fantasy 7 by Square Enix and Capcom's Resident Evil 2 were no shows, leading many to speculate that their respective publishers may be preparing to disclose further information at Tokyo Game Show in September, or at PSX in December.