Attendees with a predilection for Sony’s lineup have the opportunity to try Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human, become Kratos in brutal third-person action adventure God of War, or embrace the kaijū hunting ferocity of Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World. Sony is also proffering a sweet selection of PSVR titles, including The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, PlayStation exclusive Bravo Team, and Gran Turismo Sport VR.
Patrick Lagana of Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia said PlayStation Australia was thrilled to be part of the PAX Aus spectacular:
“Our booth this year will feature a range of upcoming PlayStation exclusives and third party partner titles on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR so we welcome all players to come pay us a visit during the show.”
Social gamers are invited to whip out their smartphones for PlayLink, Sony’s solution to introducing family and friends who don’t devote ungodly amounts of time to video games to their unique, digital charm. Take on Supermassive Games’ crime-thriller Hidden Agenda, or prove your academic mastery in game show quiz Knowledge is Power.
PAX Aus will be running from October 27-29 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. You can still purchase badges for select days (Friday and Sunday) here.