Sony Reveals New Gear & Merchandise for PlayStation Experience 2017

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Sony Interactive Entertainment has unveiled new PlayStation-themed gear that will be available at its annual event PlayStation Experience, which takes place in just over a week from now.

According to the company, over 150 products will be available for purchase during the event as well as on its official website; this includes forty brand-new limited edition items dedicated to Sony’s event. Several of these items that will be up for sale come from many of Sony’s most popular franchises, including Horizon: Zero Dawn God of War.

With the holiday season just around the corner, there are plenty of gaming collectibles that can be perfect gifts for yourself as well as any of your loved ones who happen to be avid gamers. Several items I personally recommend are PDP’s Kratos and Ratchet Pixel Pals, as well as the POP! Vinyl figure of Horizon: Zero Dawn‘s main protagonist, Aloy.

Sony has also confirmed that this year they will be collaborating with more “streetwear” companies such as BAPE and FairPlay; in addition to new figurines and t-shirts, PlayStation-themed lifestyle products will also be available.

This year, the show will be held in Anaheim, California and is set to kick off on Saturday, December 9 from 10 AM PST/1 PM EST and will conclude on Sunday, December 10 at 6 PM PST/9 PM EST.

For more information on the event, check out the full list of exhibitors and playable games that will be available at the event, a slew of screenshots of the a few items that will be offered below, and in case you’re interested in attending, you can purchase your tickets for the event here.



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