Today Sony Interactive Entertainment opened the official PlayStation website for Tokyo Game Show even if it’s still rather empty.
At the moment we don’t yet have the full lineup of games that will be available at the show, nor the full schedule of the livestreams from the stage, but a post on the local PlayStation Blog gives some information.
We learn that NiOh 2, Final Fantasy VII Remake, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be playable at the booth, while Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding will be showcased in a dedicated theater.
This means that the game most likely won’t be playable.
As mentioned above, there will be livestreams from the stage through the show, showing gameplay and commentary from developers. A detailed scheduled is coming down the line.
On top of the Tokyo Game Show exhibition, Sony also announced the PlayStation Festival Osaka 2019, which will bring the games showcased at Tokyo Game Show to the other side of Japan.
Incidentally, there is still no information about the annual press conference Sony normally hosts before Tokyo Game Show.
This is just my speculation, but there might not be one this year. Normally a reveal like that of the new Resident Evil game would be done at Sony’s press conference, but the fact that Capcom is hosting it independently might be an indication that Sony won’t do its usual presentation.
This is just my personal speculation, and Sony might prove me wrong over the next couple of weeks, so take it with a grain of salt.