PlayStation State of Play March 2022 is happening, and this article would be offering you more information on it. Be sure that your internet speed is consistent and earmark which is about a half-hour of your evening, as Sony’s next State of Play presentation is happening today, March 9, 2022, and there are a few different places you can choose to tune in from.
PlayStation State of Play March 2022 Details
The event is expected to kick-off live through the stream tonight at 2.00 p.m. (5:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 p.m. CET) on the official PlayStation YouTube and Twitch channels, as well as directly on the PlayStation Blog. Also, you would need to input your date of birth in order to join the stream, though, so you should be ready for that. If you already logged into your YouTube account (and are old enough), you would be able to skip the process of the verification.
Sony has estimated the stream to last for around 20 minutes and has stated up front that this particular state of Play would not be covering any updates with regards to PlayStation hardware (i.e., consoles) or involve any PlayStation VR2 content. So, no PlayStation 4 or 5 news, and nothing about upcoming or existing VR2 games.
What we Might See
Unlike the stream starting from February 2022, this month’s State of Play does seem to be placing its focus on a single title like “Gran Turismo 7.” Instead, the PlayStation Blog implies an emphasis on Japanese developers and their games – with a smattering of news from other corners of the world, too, although the company has not offered any specifics.
All we can do now is to speculate up until the presentation starts in a few hours, but this very well might actually mean updates on titles including “Ghostwire: Tokyo,” “Relayer,” “Final Fantasy origin,” “Earth Defense Force 6,” “Star Ocean: The Divine Force,” and many more.
Perhaps we would possibly hear about plans for the future of the recently-released “Elden Ring,” too, though it might be a little bit soon for that. Maybe we would get to see some new expansion for “Monster Hunter World” or even a new “Monster Hunter” as a whole?
Also, there is a chance that Sony will reveal a couple of entirely new projects, but again, we just do not know yet. Fingers crossed for a new “Tokyo Jungle!”