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Sydney’s EB Expo 2015 games announced

16 Jul 15

The organisers behind this year’s EB Expo, Australia’s world-class video games event, have released their first announcement detailing some of the playable games available at the show.

Fans of Star Wars Battlefront and Call of Duty: Black Ops III will get hands on the game, for the first time, exclusively on the PlayStation 4 stand at the EB Expo. The strong line-up continues with hugely anticipated titles Assassins Creed: Syndicate, Rainbow Six Siege, Guitar Hero Live, Just Cause 3, Battleborn and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection.

EB Games has also confirmed that Bethesda will be showcasing Fallout 4, a title which received countless awards for Game of Show at E3 2015. Also available to experience will be: Tom Clancy’s The Division, Halo 5: Guardians and Rise of the Tomb Raider.

“This year more than ever the EB Expo is all about the games, with the industry boasting a wicked line-up for 2015. We look forward to giving gamers the chance to play and experience massive franchises first-hand,” said Brand, Marketing and Events Director Debra McGrath.

“We are thrilled with the content so far and have more exciting games to reveal very soon following Gamescom in August.”

EB Games will be announcing more playable titles and experiences from publishers PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, Activision, Bandai Namco, Bethesda, Electronic Arts, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Warner Bros. Games closer to the show.

The EB Expo Family Day on Sunday will offer families a huge range of family-friendly entertainment and games, including the upcoming Just Dance 2016, Skylanders SuperChargers and Disney Infinity 3.0.

The latest games line-up joins an already massive weekend of pop culture and gaming entertainment, with fireworks, The Sydney Brick show, The Zing Pop Culture Zone showcasing 1000s of specialty and hard to find products from pop culture brands, and the Community Playground.

EB Expo 2015 will be held from October 2nd to October 4th at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park. Tickets are available online at www.ebexpo.com.au.

The EB Expo is Australasia’s biggest gaming event and a great reason for Kiwi gamers to get on a plane and spend a long weekend in sunny Sydney this October.

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