Sony is bringing fans a new game announcement or reveal everyday in the lead up to E3.
The video game giant has started its countdown to the industry's huge annual expo, and has already unveiled Tetsuya-Mizuguchi-created 'Tetris Effect', which is coming to PlayStation 4 and PSVR later this year.
However, the company isn't done yet, as it has already teased what fans can expect over the next few days, with each of the remaining four announcements coming at 4pm BST everyday until Sunday (10.06.18).
On Thursday, gamers will get a "release date for an upcoming Worldwide Studios title", while Friday promises a reveal for a new PlayStation 4 game.
Saturday's tease is for a new PSVR title, while Sunday will give everyone details on an "eagerly anticipated" PSVR game.
This year's Sony's PlayStation showcase - sicking to its traditional time slot of Tuesday June 12 at 2am BST - will focus on four specific exclusives for the console.
They've already been confirmed as 'Death Stranding' from Kojima, Sucker Punch's 'Ghost of Tsushima', Isomniac title 'Spider-Man', and Naughty Dog's 'The Last of Us Part II'.
Meanwhile, the company has also told gamers to expect "stellar announcements from third-party publishers and independent developers, who are all busy devising innovative new experiences that will make your heart race and your emotions soar".