The company announced via Twitter on Monday, that Sony’s upcoming State of Play preview event will drop on Tuesday, September 13th at 6 p.m. ET. “We’ll be getting some great updates from our Japanese partners and great developers around the world,” Sony noted in a subsequent tweet. “Expect about 20 minutes covering the next 10 matches.”
No further details were given regarding the games that will be shown, but Sony has repeatedly focused on PS VR2 titles over the past two events, seemingly intent on exciting both Nearly twenty “major” titles – including from Between us And the horizon Perks – set to launch alongside next-generation headphones.
The state of play will start streaming live through PlayStation devices Twitch And the Youtube channels. Game lovers will have a date tomorrow, as follows this afternoon Nintendo’s Next Streamwhich happens Tuesday morning, 10 a.m. ET.
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