Sony has hosted an event called the PlayStation Experience in recent years. It announces new games at this event in addition to providing details about other projects. Fans now look forward to the PlayStation Experience annually just to see what the company has been working on over the past few months. Those who have been waiting for PlayStation Experience 2018 will be disappointed because the company has confirmed that it won’t be hosting the event this year.


The confirmation came from Sony Worldwide Studios Chairman Shawn Layden during the company’s PlayStation Blogcast. Layden said that this was a hard decision for the company to make.

He added that “we wouldn’t have enough to bring people all together in some location in North America to have that event. We don’t want to set expectations really high and then not deliver on it.”

Sony has been working on some new titles that fans are eagerly awaiting, these include games like Death Stranding and the Ghost of Tsushima. Normally these titles would have been shown off at the PlayStation Experience event but it makes sense for Sony to not hold the event this year if these gamers aren’t far along enough for them to be showcased publicly to fans.

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