PlayStation at Gamecom: Did you miss anything?

It’s been one hell of an evening for PlayStation.

Gamescom hasn’t even offiically started yet, and the platform holder has already announced a slew of new IP and exclusive games, no less than two price cuts – oh, and the release date of PlayStation 4.

The next-generation console will be released in North America on November 15th and Europe on November 29th, with 32 countries due to receive the device on either of these dates.

There will be 33 titles at launch, encompassing a mix of retail and digital titles, and price cuts to both PS3 and Vita – plus discounts for cross-generation titles and the premium PlayStation Plus service – should bring more gamers into the PlayStation fold.

Here’s a handy round-up of everything that was announced tonight.

PS4 is out November 29th

PS4 comes with 14-day PlayStation Plus trial

Sony: "We’ve been consistent throughout"

PlayStation Vita price cut to €199

PS3 price cut to €199; Sony to offer discount on PS4 titles

Minecraft confirmed as PS4 launch title

Sony: ‘Almost all PS4 games will be playable on Vita with Remote Play’

Augumented Reality title Play Room pre-installed on all PS4s

Virgin Media confirmed as PS4’s UK broadband partner

Sony details PS4 entertainment offering

Sony details new cross-platform IP; Shadow of the Beast revamp set for PS4

Rogue Legacy, Hotline Miami 2 and more indie titles to debut first on PS4 and Vita

Two new IPs announced for Vita

Borderlands 2 and Fez coming to Vita; New Mega Pack bundles confirmed for Europe

Free-to-play LittleBigPlanet heading to PS3

Gran Turismo 6 to launch on PS3 December 6th

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