PlayStation’s Next State of Play Is Set for October 27. Sony has announced when its next State of Play stream will take place. You can watch it on October 27th at 5 PM ET on Twitch or YouTube.
It’ll be a short broadcast, clocking in at 20 minutes or so, but as we saw with Sony’s blockbuster showcase in September, it can pack a lot into these events. The company didn’t say what games will be featured nor did it rule anything out. However, the focus will be on third-party titles for PS4 and PS5.
PlayStation’s Next State of Play Is Set for October 27
Along with reveals from some of its partners, Sony is promising more info about previously announced games. Here’s hoping for a firm release date for Bethesda and Tango Gameworks’ delayed Ghostwire: Tokyo, which is scheduled for next spring.
Square Enix’s Forspoken is also penciled in for that timeframe, so perhaps Sony will reveal exactly when that game’s coming too. And maybe, just maybe, we’ll learn more about the PS5 version of Grand Theft Auto V, which is due to arrive in March.
What to Expect for PlayStation’s Next State of Play
The show will focus on upcoming third-party games for the PS4 and PS5, as well as upgrades to existing titles. There are no specifics other than the fact that it will last around 20 minutes, thus the announcements will most likely be brief.
While PlayStation is keeping quiet about what will be shown off, we can rule out a few big games. Horizon Forbidden West is developed by Guerrilla Games, a subsidiary of Sony Europe, so don’t expect any final trailers before its February launch just yet.
We’ll also have to wait a little longer for God of War Ragnarok news, as that is developed by Sony Santa Monica Studio.
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