If you want more information about the latest games from Sucker Punch and Media Molecule, you won't have to wait much longer.
Sony has revealed their plans for this year's PlayStation Experience (PSX), happening at the Anaheim Convention Center from December 9 to 10, in a PlayStation Blog post. Aside from a general promise of "hands-on gameplay with the next wave of PS4 and PS VR games", two specific titles are mentioned - Ghost of Tsushima and Dreams.
It has been a long time since we've heard anything substantial about Dreams, so much so that we recently checked in with Sony to make sure that the game is still happening. Media Molecule has not shown the game for two years, but we should know more about it come December.
Ghost of Tsushima is a game we've only recently heard about. It was unveiled at Paris Games Week, but all we have to go on at the moment is a trailer that does not show gameplay. It certainly looks beautiful, though - perhaps we'll get a better idea of how it plays during PSX. We've also got a bit of a theory that the game will end up being a swansong for the PS4, so we're pretty keen to see more.
Tickets for PlayStation Experience are available now, if you're in the area.
We don't yet know what other games will be shown - or if there will be any huge announcements - but we'll keep you updated if we learn anything more. The showfloor is 50% larger this year, so expect a lot of games if you're heading there.