PlayStation's Paris Games Week 2017: Here Are The Biggest Announced Games We're All Excited For

Sony took the stage at the Paris Games Week 2017 to reveal one heck of a lineup for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR.

The best part is, the announcements consist of big ones from indie studios and well-known publishers, putting fans on the edge of their seats.

PlayStation 4 Games

Ghost of Tsushima - A samurai open-world adventure set in 1274 during the Mongol invasion of Tsushima.

Developer: Sucker Punch

Release Date: N/A

Spelunky 2 - An indie cave-exploration game that puts the player in the shoes of a "spelunker." It's also heading to Steam, and it'll roll out to the PS4 at the same time.

Developer: Mossmouth Games

Release Date: N/A

Guacamelee! 2 - A side-scroller where players control a luchador, going through numerous obstacles and beating enemies to a pulp.

Developer: DrinkBox Studios

Release Date: "Soon-ish"

Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis - The last major expansion for Final Fantasy XV.

Developer: Square Enix

Release Date: Dec. 13

Concrete Genie - Set in a world filled with magic, the player will control a bullied teen named Ash.

Developer: Pixelopous

Release Date: 2018

The Last of Us Part II - The sequel to the acclaimed The Last of Us, but interestingly, the trailer didn't feature any of the characters from the original.

Developer: Naughty Dog

Release Date: N/A

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris - The first expansion of Destiny 2, which will bring Guardians to Mercury.

Developer: Bungie

Release Date: Dec. 5

God of War - The sequel to God of War III that features Kratos and his son.

Developer: Santa Monica Studio

Release Date: Early 2018

Detroit: Become Human - A neo-noir thriller game.

Developer: Quantic Dream

Release Date: Spring 2018

Spider-Man - Revealed earlier during E3 2017, the trailer this time around shows a closer look at the story instead of gameplay.

Developer: Insomniac Games

Release Date: 2018

The Hong Kong Massacre - A top-down shooter developed by the two-man team Vreski. It's also the studio's first title.

Developer: Vreski

Release Date: 2018

The Gardens Between - A surreal adventure game about friendship in a world full of puzzles and time-traveling aspects backed by a strong narrative.

Developer: The Voxel Agents

Release Date: 2018

Tennis World Tour - Said to be the spiritual successor to Top Spin.

Developer: Breakpoint Studio

Release Date: Spring 2018

Invector - A rhythm game that features Swedish DJ Avicii.

Developer: Hello There

Release Date: N/A

Oure - An adventure game that centers on a young girl who can turn into a dragon.

Developer: Heavy Spectrum Limited

Release Date: Available

Erica - One of the games that takes advantage of Sony's PlayLink, a software that lets users play PS4 games using their smartphones.

Developer: FlavourWorks

Release Date: N/A

PlayStation VR Games

Megalith - A hero shooter similar to the likes of Overwatch but in virtual reality.

Developer: Destructive Games

Release Date: 2018

Bow to Blood - A VR game that lets players take on the role of an airship captain, going against "procedurally generated encounters."

Developer: Tribetoy

Release Date: 2018

Ultrawings - A flight simulation that rolled out to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive before.

Developer: Bit Planet Games

Release Date: Soon

Sprint Vector - A running shooter game. It's also coming to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

Developer: Survios

Release Date: N/A

Dead Hungry - A game that mixes fast-food and zombies.

Developer: Q-Games

Release Date: Oct. 31

Stifled - A sound-based horror game that requires the player to make noises to find their way in a pitch-black environment, but in doing so, they run the risk of attracting the attention of frightening creatures.

Developer: Gattai Games

Release Date: Oct. 31

League of War: VR Arena - A tabletop war game set in virtual reality.

Developer: MunkeyFun

Release Date: Nov. 7

Blood & Truth - Set in modern-day London, the user will play as Ryan Marks who's out to save his family from criminals.

Developer: Sony London Studio

Release Date: N/A

Needless to say, that's a pretty long list, and from the look of things, Sony really owned the stage during its PlayStation Media Showcase at Paris Games Week 2017.

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