Sony Announces Next State of Play Livestream
Sony has revealed that its next State of Play livestream event will take place this Thursday, September 14th, 2023. The showcase will begin at 2pm ET / 5pm ET / 10pm BST and will focus on “updates to previously announced games coming to PlayStation consoles.” While the exact runtime of the event was not provided, it is clear that the event will not feature any PlayStation Studios games.
The livestream will feature a variety of content, including indie titles, third-party experiences, and upcoming PSVR2 hits. This will give fans an opportunity to get a glimpse of what they can expect from these games heading to PlayStation consoles.
Focus on Indie and Third-Party Titles
In a post on the , global third-party relations director Shawne Benson stated, “Tomorrow’s broadcast will focus on updates to previously announced games coming to PlayStation consoles. From indie and PS VR2 highlights, to major upcoming titles from our third-party partners, our latest show has something for everyone.”
PlayStation’s commitment to showcasing indie and third-party titles reflects their vision to be the best place to play and publish great games. With thousands of developers and publishers constantly creating exceptional gaming experiences, it is evident that Sony’s team faces an exciting challenge in curating the best content for PlayStation.
Tune in and Share Your Predictions
The State of Play livestream can be watched on the Push Square website. The site will also provide comprehensive coverage of all the news and announcements made during the event.
If you’re excited about the State of Play livestream, don’t hesitate to share your predictions and expectations in the comments section below the article. This provides an opportunity for gamers and fans alike to discuss and speculate on what games might be featured during the showcase.
Sony’s upcoming State of Play livestream promises to provide updates on previously announced games coming to PlayStation consoles. With a focus on indie titles, third-party experiences, and upcoming PSVR2 hits, this event is set to offer a diverse range of gaming content. Fans can look forward to the livestream on September 14th and share their predictions on what they hope to see.