At the Gamescom conference on Tuesday morning, Sony released the latest details regarding the Playstation 4's user interface, games, and release date.
Sony executives confirmed at the show that the console will launch on November 15 in North America and November 29 in the United Kingdom. Overall 32 countries will be included in the console's release staggered over the holiday season.
The show started with a Killzone: Shadow Fall demo showed the new PS4 user interface, complete with a live streaming feature that allowed players to join in on matches they were viewing. This was followed by a slew of previews for PS3 titles such as Gran Turismo 6, LittleBigPlanet Hub, and more.
Trailers were shown for new PS4 titles such as thriller Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, RPG Rime, top-down shooter Helldivers, side-scrolling shooter Res0gun, and a remake of Shadow of the Beast.
The PSVita also had some news, as it was revealed that Borderlands 2, Batman Origins, and Lego Marvel would be making their way to the device in the coming year, along with a price drop to $199 USD in effect Wednesday.
Accompanying these announcements were more indie game additions such as Binding of Isaac, Rogue Legacy, Thomas Was Alone, Guns of Icarus Online, N++, Hotline Miami 2 and more making their way onto PS4 and Vita within the next few months and into the next year.
The 16gb version of the PS3 also had a confirmed price point of $199 at the conference.