New PlayStation State Of Play Set For Next Week, Watch Here (VIDEO)
Though the current console cycle is winding down, PlayStation still has plenty of anticipated titles to offer before the inevitable next-generation switch. As Sony has taken a less-is-more approach when it comes to their event presence lately, the company has instead opted to drop announcements in the form of Nintendo Direct-like State of Play presentations. The latest of these reveal events has now been set for next week, promising some especially fresh news for eager PlayStation fans.
As announced on the PlayStation Blog, an all-new State of Play has been set for September 24th, with the stream specifically going live at 1 pm PT / 3 pm CT / 4 pm ET. Further hyping the presentation, “around 20 minutes” of footage was confirmed to make up the event, teasing “new game reveals, new content from PlayStation’s Worldwide Studios, and a host of other updates.”
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) September 19, 2019
Something that fans shouldn’t expect during the proceedings is news about the PlayStation 5, as Sony once again de-confirmed the reveal of any next-gen plans at this time. Though the mysterious console is surely overdue for another official update, this State of Play appears to be largely dedicated to upcoming games, similarly to how Nintendo ran things earlier this month.
That being said, PlayStation certainly has no hype lost in the games department, with first-party titles like The Last of Us: Part II and Ghosts of Tsushima still greatly anticipated despite a lack of substantial information–let alone proper release dates. Perhaps this new State of play will finally hold the answers? Viewers can tune into the video below on September 24th (1 pm PT / 3 pm CT / 4 pm ET) to find out.
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