As usual, the two-day event will be used as a platform to showcase the company's upcoming games and tech, and will give attendees the chance to go hands-on with the PS4 Pro, which is due to launch in November.
Naturally, the Pro will be playable on 4K TVs to highlight its improved graphical offering. Attendees will also be able to get to grips with "dozens" of PlayStation VR demos, and sit in on developer panels as well as the PlayStation Showcase.
More information regarding the publishers and developers attending this year's show will be released in the coming weeks. Tickets are on sale right now, with prices starting at $40.