The #Paris Games Week is set to happen in a few weeks, and ahead of the prestigious gaming convention in the City of Light, Sony is teasing about big game announcements at the annual trade fair. Now, speculations are rife that three of the much-awaited PS4 exclusive titles maybe teased finally.

This year, the event will officially be open to the public on November 1 and run for a few days until November 5 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles in Paris, France.

PlayStation Live schedule

In an official PlayStation blog, Sony has confirmed that they will hold the PlayStation Live event, and it is scheduled to take place on October 30 at 4:00 p.m.

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UK time. The post announced that the presser will reveal a slew of updates and announcements. This will be a precursor briefing to the PGW Media Showcase, which will offer a look at a number of upcoming fantastic video games on PS4 and PS VR.

Also, Sony invites fans to stay around after the Media Showcase to get more of the details and information during the post-show debrief. Those who can’t be in Paris to attend the event can watch it live right from the comfort of their home or office via Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook or via playstation's main website.

Plausible video games

Taking some hints from the PlayStation blog, the gaming community can expect to get another look at some of the exclusive titles for PS4. This clue now caused game pundits to speculate the big reveal for “#Final Fantasy 7” Remake, “#The Last of Us 2,” and “Resident Evil 2” Remake.

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But why these three games?

Fans saw the details and information pertaining to these huge PS4 games run so dry following their initial reveal. So far, “Resident Evil 2” Remake specifically does not even have screenshots or gameplay footage for fans to lay their eyes on.

Moreover, there is not much known either about “Final Fantasy 7” Remake except for its debut trailer 2015 and a few teaser photos [VIDEO] from game director Tetsuya Nomura. The release date of the game is still in limbo at the moment.

On the other hand, many are expecting that after it skipped E3 in June, “The Last of Us 2” will once again grace the PlayStation Experience 2017 in December. However, it is still a possibility that the sequel to the massively popular post-apocalyptic zombie survival horror video game will finally get a new gameplay trailer at Paris Games Week.

Last week, Naughty Dog celebrated the fourth Outbreak Day with fans of the franchise. September 26 marked the day when the infection hit critical mass in TLOU universe. "The Last of Us 2" does not have an official release date yet.