Sony used its press conference at Paris Games Week to unveil new details for more than 20 games, nine of which are new announcements. Here are the conference's highlights, courtesy of Gameplanet.

Call of Duty: Black Ops III DLC will hit PlayStation 30 days before its availability anywhere else.

Tekken 7 will launch on PS4 with exclusive content.

• PS4 exclusive Street Fighter V will launch on February 16, 2016.

• Dhalsim will be a playable character in Street Fighter V, and six characters will be added to the game post-release, all of whom will be unlockable and free using in-game currency "Fight Money".


• Heavily-anticipated space exploration game No Man's Sky got a June 2016 release window.

• Turbulence announced open universe sandbox title Boundless.

• Hello There announced Avicii Vector. Hey, whatever you're into, man.

• Resogun studio Housemarque announced PS4 exclusive action title and a worst name of the year candidate Matterfall.

• Evolution Studios announced a standalone expansion / regular expansion for Driveclub called Driveclub Bikes. It includes a new campaign tour, multiplayer events, challenges, and - of course - motorcycles.

• Naughty Dog gave fans a look at the multiplayer for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, and announced that a beta would be available from December 4 to December 13.

• Media Molecule unveiled a gameplay video for the studio's new IP, Dreams.

• Shuhei Yoshida announced Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, a PlayStation VR spin-off of the well-regarded horror title.

• Crytek founder Cevat Yerli announced dinosaur adventure title Robinson: The Journey for PlayStation VR.

• Polyphony Digital president Kazunori Yamauchi announced Gran Turismo Sport (or GT Sport, depending on who you ask). A beta test for the title will take place in early 2016.

• Michel Ancel presented gameplay of open-world exploration game Wild.

Beyond: Two Souls creator David Cage announced Detroit.

There were also a ton of other trailers shown, including new ones for Ratchet and Clank, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Gravity Rush 2, and more.