The Paris Games week begins in France on Monday. Sony will announce its next seven games during the event. The event is set to live stream on YouTube and fans will get to see the announcement in real-time. It begins at 9:00 a.m. Pacific time. Fans who tune in an hour earlier will get a chance to get exclusive content before the conference. Several predictions have been made about the games Sony will announce, and fans can expect Sony to showcase their European developer partners.

Announcement of new games

Segment Next reported that Sony will make seven all-new game announcements at the Paris show.

After the Sony press conference viewers of the live stream will get more information about the games presented by Sony. Most of these announcements will probably be about small indie titles. Rumors say that there will be more information about the "Final Fantasy 7" remake. No announcement has been made about a "Final Fantasy 7" release because the developer, Square Enix, doesn't want any information leaking about the game. There is a possible teaser for "Last of Us." No explanation has been given as to why "Last of Us" didn't receive any coverage.

FactsHerald reported that Sony's media showcase at the Paris show is the last major update in the video games category. Sony is advising fans to join the live stream early for the introduction.

The introduction includes 21 new game updates and seven new game announcements for PlayStation 4 and PSVR. Fans will get an exclusive look at the new titles. The updates and announcements will be made before the Paris Games Week 2017 Media Showcase. This is when Sony will showcase the spectacular new games coming to PS4 and PS VR.

The live stream will be available through PlayStation, Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook.

Top 30 games to play

Gaming Bolt reported that while gamers are waiting for the latest free releases to the PlayStation store, there are 30 games players must play. The games were rated as the top 30 games of all-time for PlayStation 4, which made its debut in 2013.

The list includes both exclusives and multiplatform titles. Some of the titles listed included "Middle-Earth: Shadow of War," "Final Fantasy 15," "InFamous: Second Son," "Until Dawn," "DriveClub," "Yahkuza O," "Ratchet and Clank," "Uncharted: The Lost Legacy," "Yakuza Kiwama," "Gravity Rush 2," and "The Last Guardian." Many of the titles were available in the PlayStation store at one time or another for free. Details of the November release of free games to the Sony store have begun to emerge. The names of only a few free titles have been released, and they are all multiplatform.