PlayStation has detailed a Japanese livestream which will debut new gameplay from Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and Resident Evil Village.
Both games are due out on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 this year, and of course Resident Evil Village will also launch for PC and Xbox consoles too.
Sony's broadcast will be held via PlayStation Japan's YouTube channel on 21st March at 11am UK time, and is expected to last about an hour. Capcom director Morimasa Sato and Square Enix producer Yoshinori Kitase will also be on hand to chat about the projects.
Resident Evil Village looks extremely promising and has certainly caught the eye of fans of late. We're due another demo - this time, not PlayStation-exclusive - before the game launches, so we may hear about this then.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, meanwhile, is the recently-revealed new version of the game headed to PS5 later this year. Existing owners of FF7 Remake can upgrade for free. It has buffed up visuals and will also allow you to purchase new DLC chapters.
You'll be able to watch via the stream just below, and we'll report any big announcements as they happen: