PlayStation Experience 2015 announced

2015 event heads to San Francisco, promises 'major announcements.'

PlayStation Experience 2015

Sony Computer Entertainment America has confirmed PlayStation Experience 2015. The PlayStation convention will run from December 5 to 6 this year at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Last year’s event took place in Las Vegas.

This year, Sony promises “a ton of hands-on time with 2015 and 2016’s biggest games,” “a front-row seat for major PlayStation announcements,” and “some of those patented PlayStation surprises you’ve come to expect.”

Following fan feedback from last year, Sony is deducting ticket prices for its 2015 event. Ticket buyers who register before September 20 will get a discounted rate of $60 for the full two-day pass, while supplies last. After September 20, tickets will cost $75 for the two-day pass, or $45 for the Saturday / $40 for the Sunday pass.

Sony suggests registering with your PlayStation Network ID for reasons that will be made clear come event time. Tickets are on sale now.

Additionally, Sony announced that Capcom Cup will be held at PlayStation Experience this year as a one-day special event open to all attendees on December 6. The final culmination of the Capcom Pro Tour, it will feature 32 of the world’s best players competing for the title of “Street Fighter World Champion” and a $250,000 prize pool.

For a recap of last year’s PlayStation Experience, check our PlayStation Experience 2014 recap.

Watch the promo trailer below. Visit the PlayStation Experience website here.

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