PlayStation Experience is coming back to the Moscone Center in San Francisco this year, and the company’s PSVR headset is stepping out into the spotlight with at least 16 confirmed PSVR titles up for demos. Can’t make it to SF for the weekend? You can still catch the VR panel talk streamed online on Dec. 5.

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Tomorrow’s keynote, along with live game demos and developer interviews will be streamed on Twitch and from 12:00pm to 9:00pm PST Saturday and 10:00am to 4:00pm PST Sunday.

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We’ll be tuning in for a panel talk entitled ‘PlayStation VR and The Future of Play’ which is being presented by Studio Director at SCE London Studio Dave Ranyard and Anton Mikhailov from Media Molecule, the studio behind LittleBigPlanet and the fantastical PS4 title Dreams slated for 2016 release. The talk is taking place at 2:00 PM PST (click here for local time).

How will VR evolve the video game medium? What’s the number one thing a gaming VR experience has to get right? Will VR change the way that humans interact with technology? Those are questions we hope to answer during our PlayStation Experience panel “PlayStation VR and The Future of Play,” kicking off at 2:00 PM Pacific this Saturday, December 5th at PlayStation Experience in San Francisco, California.

Sony has provided a list of 16 confirmed titles demoing at PlayStation Experience 2015 which are bound to give new VR enthusiasts a taste for the medium:

Battlezone (Rebellion)
Driveclub VR (SCE Evolution Studio)
EVE: Valkyrie (CCP)
Harmonix Music VR (Harmonix)
Headmaster (Frame Interactive)
London Heist: Interrogation (SCE London Studio)
London Heist: The Getaway (SCE London Studio)
Megaton Rainfall (Pentadimensional)
Playroom VR (SCE Japan Studio)
Project Kitchen (Capcom)
RIGS Mechanized Combat League (Guerilla Cambridge)
Rush of Blood (SCE Liverpool XDEV Studio)
Super Hypercube (Kokoromi)
Wayward Sky (Uber Entertainment)
World War Toons (Reload Studios)

If you’re in the San Francisco area for the weekend, you can still pick up tickets online, with a weekend pass costing $75.

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