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Sony recently announced the dates and location of the third annual PlayStation Experience event.

PlayStation fans can get their hands on upcoming games at the Anaheim Convention Center in California on December 3 and 4. Sony announced the dates via a video uploaded to PlayStation’s YouTube channel.

The trailer shows footage from last year’s event but also briefly teases some games that will likely be playable on the show floor.

The first game on the trailer is Horizon: Zero Dawn from Guerilla Games. The latest franchise from the creators of the Killzone series launches February 28, 2017. PSX will likely be the last major event to show off the new IP before it releases.

The same can be said about The Last Guardian from Team Ico. The game releases just a couple days after the event. Fans will probably see a launch trailer at the event of the game a decade in the making.

Sony’s trailer also puts a heavy emphasis on PlayStation VR. The new hardware will be available to the public months before the event. Sony will surely announce new games for the headset during the event.

A few key games in Sony’s lineup were noticeably absent in the trailer. This includes Insomniac’s upcoming Spider-Man game and the new God of War from Sony Santa Monica was not shown in the trailer as well. Sony announced both games at their E3 conference earlier this year. While they were not in the trailer, they will likely have some presence at the event.

Fans can purchase tickets now on PlayStation’s website. Tickets are $45 for Saturday tickets and $40 for Sunday tickets. Packages are available for $75 if fans want to go both days. However, two-day early bird tickets cost $60. They are available until October 16 or until supplies last.

Be sure to check out TechRaptor to keep up on PlayStation Experience news during the event.

What game are you looking forward to seeing at PSX this year? Let us know in the comments below!

TJ Sprague

Staff Writer

I'm a writer for TechRaptor, reader, and mascot platformer enthusiast. When I'm not writing or playing games you can find me playing bass, drinking IPAs, or binge watching Parks & Recreation again.