PlayStation Experience 2017 will begin on December 9; to also host Capcom Cup 2017

PlayStation Experience (PSX), the annual Sony event where game developers and publishers reveal their up-and-coming games for the PlayStation 4, is returning for its fourth year, this December.

This year’s event will once again be taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center, just a few miles off the city of Los Angeles in California.

The two-day event will begin on the 9th of December, but Sony will also host a special event on the evening of Friday the 8th, where fans will be able to “get up-close and personal with game developers and PlayStation personalities.”

Unfortunately, not everyone will be able to attend the special event; the price for a regular two-day ticket is $75, and does not include access to the special event – that is exclusive to the discounted $65 ‘early bird’ ticket, which is available only in limited quantities.

Sony will also – once again – host the Capcom Cup 2017 tournament at the event, with a special stage dedicated to Street Fighter V where competitions will be taking place for an entire day on the 10th – the last day of the event. The players will battle for a prize pool of more than $250,000, with the winner being crowned as the '2017 Street Fighter V World Champion'; proceeds from the 2017 Capcom Pro DLC go towards increasing the tournament’s prize pool.

Those who wish to attend the event can purchase the tickets over here; for those who may not be in attendance – it would perhaps be wise to keep a look-out for the PSX press conference on the first day of the event.

At PSX last year, we had our first look at the second installation for The Last of Us; it will be interesting to see what Sony and other game publishers have up their sleeves for 2018.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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