This new show will focus on new PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR announcements. Today they have announced that next Monday the 25th a program called State of Play will air to show off new PS4 and PSVR announcements and gameplay.
The studio, whose members include Justin Roiland of Rick and Morty fame, has revealed that the zany, comedy-fueled platformer will also be making its way to Steam and the Epic Game Store. For instance, next week's live stream showcase could feature the likes of Dreams, Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us: Part 2, or even the highly enigmatic Death Stranding.
Additionally, PlayStation have announced State of Play will be a regular livestream series throughout the year.
PlayStation software video showcase 'State of Play' set for March 25
See the announcement from the PS Blog below. After this State of Play livestream, fans will be sure to have another set of games to look forward to in the latter half of this year.
We already reported that Sony would be skipping E3 this year.
Sony made a decision to skip out on E3 this year and they have been pretty quiet so far in 2019, at least until now.
"We are exploring new and familiar ways to engage our community in 2019 and can't wait to share our plans with you", the company had said in a statement.
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