Between a Nintendo Direct and PlayStation State of Play, it's suddenly a much busier Tuesday.
PlayStation’s next State of Play broadcast is happening today, September 13. Following a Nintendo Direct that took place earlier in the day, Sony’s livestream presentation is scheduled to reveal news and updates for 10 games spanning PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation VR 2.
“We’ll have some great updates from our amazing Japanese partners and developers all around the world,” PlayStation writes in a tweet. “Expect about ~20 minutes covering 10 upcoming games.”
This new State of Play kicks off at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET, and as noted above, you can expect it to run for about 20 minutes. Here’s when it starts in various time zones:
- 3 PM PT
- 5 PM CT
- 6 PM ET
- 11 PM BST
- 8 AM AET (September 14)
How to watch and what to expect
The livestream will be available to watch on the official PlayStation YouTube channel through the embed above.
PlayStation has not provided further clarification beyond that in regards to the showcase, so it might be worth tempering your expectations. We could see a new trailer for God of War Ragnarök, given its quickly approaching release date, or perhaps Forspoken, given that game is a PlayStation 5 console exclusive and is scheduled for January 2023. Or we might not see either one. With the Tokyo Game Show kicking off later this week, it’s possible the show could have a focus on Japanese developers.
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