PlayStation China Will Host Event Tomorrow; Games from China Hero Project Will Be Showcased

A new event from PlayStation is coming soon, as revealed by the China Hero Project official Twitter account.
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A new event from PlayStation is coming soon, as revealed by the China Hero Project official Twitter account.

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To be more specific, it will be aired tomorrow, September 30, at 7:00 pm Beijing time.

According to the announcement, “many” games from PlayStation’s China Hero Project will be showcased with both new announcements and new footage.

You can read the announcement below.

It’ll be interesting to see if anything about the PS5 will be included in the event, considering that when the worldwide release dates for the console was announced, we heard that a possible Chinese launch date for the console was still “under exploration.”

Whether the console will be launched locally any time soon or not may also determine the presence of PS5 games at the event, or lack of thereof.

Previous events from China have been quite interesting, featuring titles like Lost Soul Aside, Hardcore Mecha, F.I.S.T., and more.

Of course, you can expect to read all about the games that will be showcased tomorrow here on Twinfinite.

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