Sony will hold its Paris Games Week PlayStation conference on Tuesday, 27th October at 5pm UK time.
This is the first year Sony has held back from making a splash at Gamescom in Cologne to attend the French event instead.
It is the company's first major media presentation since E3 in June, when it dazzled by showing snatches of The Last Guardian, Shenmue 3 and Square Enix's Final Fantasy 7 remaster.
But we're unlikely to learn much more about any of those for a while.
Instead, expect to get a look at this Christmas' biggest PlayStation launches - so that's Uncharted: Nathan Drake Collection then and um...
In all seriousness, we're hoping for a No Man's Sky release date (although we'd now be surprised to see it this side of the New Year) and possibly a firmer launch window for Uncharted 4.
We may also see something of the next game from French developer Quantic Dream (Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls), and the likes of Rime and Wild.
As usual we'll have live coverage of the conference to watch here on Eurogamer, along with reporting from the event itself.