PlayStation’s State of Play returns on Wednesday with a ‘special focus’ on Japanese games
PS5 and PS4 titles will be on show during the 20-minute broadcast
Sony Interactive Entertainment has confirmed it will stream a new State of Play presentation this Wednesday, March 9.
Kicking off at 2pm PT / 5pm ET / 10pm GMT and lasting for about 20 minutes, the broadcast will focus on announcements and updates for games coming to PS5 and PS4.
“Note: We won’t have any updates on PlayStation VR2 titles or hardware in this broadcast,” Sony said.
“The show is clocking in around 20 minutes, give or take, with a special focus on highlighting great games coming from some of our beloved Japanese publishers, though we’ll have a few updates from other developers located around the world, too.”
Sony’s most recent State of Play presentation was broadcast on February 2. It focused exclusively on Gran Turismo 7, offering over 30 minutes of new PS5 footage and gameplay details.
The company’s upcoming exclusives include God of War Ragnarök, Final Fantasy 16, the recently delayed Forspoken and Ghostwire: Tokyo.
The platform holder is also said to be planning a major overhaul of its subscription offerings. PlayStation‘s upcoming Xbox Game Pass competitor ‘Project Spartacus’ is reportedly “pretty close to actually launching”.
Sony rolled out a new PS5 system software update today, which it claims improves performance.
Amid continued shortages, Sony is taking registrations for the chance to buy PS5 consoles directly from the company.
Registration is currently open for players based in the US, UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.