PS4 State Of Play Livestream Is Today
No PS5, but there will be PS4 game reveals, plus a look at The Last Of Us Part II.
The latest in Sony's line of PlayStation livestream events, State of Play, is scheduled to take place later today and is set to reveal brand-new PS4 games. The company has announced that the next of these Nintendo Direct-esque streams will take place on September 24, with the promise of a "pretty hefty show," and one that comes just hours before an Inside Xbox stream. Here's everything we know about the State of Play so far, when it starts, and how to watch the stream live.
In a post on the PlayStation Blog, Sony says the stream will be about 20 minutes in length and feature a "fresh new look." No specifics were shared about what games we can expect, but there will be game reveals, "new content from PlayStation's Worldwide Studios," and more. The one thing we know for sure is that Sony won't be talking about the PS5 or its next-gen console plans in general.
State of Play News
Update: We now do know one specific game that will be making an appearance during the event--The Last of Us Part II. Just what will be shown is unknown, but given the drought of information about the game and the lack of a release date, it'll be exciting to see anything new.
"I'm gonna find...and I'm gonna kill...every last one of them." pic.twitter.com/vO0cC6dGkO— Naughty Dog (@Naughty_Dog) September 20, 2019
The stream starts on Tuesday, September 24 at 1 PM PT. You can find the start time for your timezone below. You'll be able to watch live here on GameSpot.
Sony State Of Play Livestream Start Time
- 1 PM PT
- 4 PM ET
- 9 PM BST
- 6 AM AET (September 25)
The most recent State of Play event took place back in May and was packed with news. We got a look at and release date for Monster Hunter World's recently released Iceborne expansion, the reveal of Predator: Hunting Grounds, a new trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake, and more.
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