PlayStation's Paris Games Week show Releases New Games

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Among the titles that made the most noise include a new game by Sucker Punch called Ghost of Tsushima, the sequel to a hit indie game Spelunky 2, and of course, new trailers about The Last of Us Part 2 and God of War.

Pretty impressive. Also, you may recall that Sony recently revealed that it has sold over 1 million PlayStation VR kits, which makes it one of the most popular VR platforms on earth too. While details are slim for now, the company has not revealed the release date.

Sony told fans that they should tune in this week for their Paris Games Week presentation.

Of the new games coming out for the PlayStation 4 or at least, will debut on the Sony console, several are eye-catching enough to really wet gamers' appetites.

There's no current release date, though we know for sure it'll be landing on PS4. Sony announced that the game will launch on February 6, 2018.

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After a sunny Sunday with highs reaching 76, temperatures are expected to drop into the 20s overnight with snow possible. Winds were expected to pick up at night, with with an east wind of 27 to 37 miles per hour becoming south 15 to 25 mph.

The lengthy gameplay trailer above showcases a scene from the game, with the player controlling android Kara during some particularly nasty family drama.

Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human got a new trailer at Paris Games Week. At this point in history, the traditional samurai code began to change and the game seems to follow that, focusing more on hit-and-run tactics as well as advanced tech like gunpowder bombs. Sony has got us hyped.

"From 9th December to 12th December, you and up to three friends can start getting your feet wet on the unsafe locales of the new world".

In Monster Hunter World, you'll be able to dress up as Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn in only PlayStation 4 version.