We got a new PlayStation Game state Today, you can watch it on this page.
State of Play is a live event that showcases the latest updates of various upcoming games coming to the PlayStation console. Through the official PlayStation Blog page, today’s live broadcast will last approximately 20 minutes and will provide some new information about the games previously announced for the PlayStation console, as well as some unannounced games that we will see for the first time.
The stream is set to start at 2pm Pacific Time, 5pm Eastern Time, 10pm UK. For those who are eager to watch the show, you can watch it through the following embedded stream:
This will be the first official PlayStation live broadcast since their wonderful Showcase on September 3rd. Race after game will continue to be exposed like some kind of Sony clown car, which contains more than anyone expected. Much more games. In that show, we saw the Gods of War Ragnarok and Forspoken for the first time, both of which are released in early 2022, and may get more favorites in today’s event.
We’ve also seen trailers for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic before, but since those are in early development and the release date is 2023, we are unlikely to see these trailers today.
One big title that we haven’t seen for a while is Final Fantasy 16. This title was badly missed at the Tokyo Game Show earlier this month, but it is reportedly close to completion (thanks to VGC). With it nearing completion, now is the right time to announce a reliable release date for the latest work in the legendary JRPG series.
The only program confirmed so far Been in the little devil, The independent action-adventure game was announced in the previous State of Play event. This fascinating project hasn’t appeared in a while, so it’s great to see it come back-hopefully there will be a release date too!
As for the unannounced games, for those mysterious unannounced games, we have almost no way to guess. It looks like we just need to sit down and listen later today!