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Sony had plenty of titles to show off at its inaugural Paris Games Week press conference today, from Star Wars: Battlefront to No Man's Sky, Dreams and Gravity Rush 2. It showed off some new games, including Gran Turismo Sport, Vector (made in collaboration with the musician Avicii), Housemarque's Matterfall and Detroit: Become Human from Beyond: Two Souls creator David Cage. We also got a closer look at Wild, the fantastical, mysterious, open-world game from Rayman creator Michel Ancel. See trailers for all of these and more, including some videos not shown on-stage today, all handily collected below. You can even read along with our liveblog and pretend the conference is happening all over again, at your own speed.

Star Wars: Battlefront

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 (Zombies)

Street Fighter V

Tekken 7

Battleborn (Multiplayer)

Boundless

Vector

No Man's Sky

Matterfall

Ratchet & Clank

Driveclub (Bikes)

Gravity Rush 2

Uncharted 4 (Multiplayer)

Dreams

RIGS (PlayStation VR)

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PlayStation VR)

Robinson: The Journey (PlayStation VR)

Battlezone (PlayStation VR)

Gran Turismo Sport

Wild

Detroit: Become Human


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