Home News Tokyo Game Show VR 2022 Will Feature Kojima Productions, Square Enix And More

Tokyo Game Show VR 2022 Will Feature Kojima Productions, Square Enix And More

by Abdul Wassay
Tokyo Game Show VR 2022

Tokyo Game Show VR 2022 is about to take place. It has been confirmed that the company of Hideo Kojima, Kojima Productions, and Square Enix will also be taking part in the event. Besides Hideo Kojima, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Konami, and more will also be at the event. Tokyo Game Show VR 2022 will take place between the 15th and 18th of September.

While it has been confirmed that Hideo Kojima himself will be at the event, there’s not much info regarding other aspects of the event. The site for Tokyo Game Show is a mystery itself. On the site, the organizers of the event simply tease the stage for the upcoming event, which is described as a dungeon. The following text is also on the site:

Makuhari Messe is the venue for TGS VR in 2022. But what is there on an opening day is an empty hall and a big hole in the floor. Why is there nothing in the hall? What is at the bottom of the deep hole?

The organizers behind Tokyo Game Show VR 2022 then promised us that in we will be able to “unearth the future” in some time. For those who want to take part in the VR show, the organizers of the event stated that applications for that can be downloaded through the mentioned previously during the event itself.

While Kojima Productions and Square Enix are also going to be at this event, Capcom will be as well. Capcom has announced that it will have two two livestream presentations that will a part of the Tokyo Game Show VR 2022. The first one will be about the latest Capcom news and will be a pre-recorded stream. This one will take place on the 15th of September. The next one will be held on the following day, on the 16th of September. This one will be focused solely on Street Fighter 6.

In other news, the Tokyo Game Show has been confirmed to be back as a physical event for both business and general visitors beginning this year. Back when the pandemic started in 2020, it was held as a fully virtual event, while in 2021, it was a mix of virtual for the general audience, while physical for businesses only.

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More