PlayStation State of Play Announced for Tomorrow September 13, 2022

Well, one event that we weren’t really expecting but we were really anticipating was the PlayStation State of Play. Guess what? Sony just announced the event for tomorrow September 13, 2022. While there were certain reports that a Sony showcase will be happening in September there was no solid proof as it is generally announced earlier.

We don’t really know much about this month’s State of Play. However, Sony has disclosed certain information:

  • The State of Play will last for about 20 minutes
  • It will feature a look at the 10 upcoming games for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and the PSVR 2
  • The show will include updates from ‘Amazing Japanese partners’ and a few other surprises from developers all around the world”.

This unfortunately is all we know about the event so far. However, we can take an educated guess as to what the showcase will primarily target. We could potentially get a new look at the upcoming Marvel’s Spiderman 2. Also, Marvel’s Wolverine was another game we were teased but weren’t actually shown much of. We could also get another look at the Resident Evil 4 Remake which comes out next year.

The State of Play could also see the announcement of The Last of Us Part 1 on PC that was supposed to come out after PS5. Rest as stated by Sony there will be news from their Japanese partners along with other studios throughout the world.

It will be really interesting to see how Sony crams 10 games in 20 minutes tomorrow. But for now, all we can do is wait. The event will be a live stream and will kick off at 3 PM (PT) tomorrow.

What games are you anticipating from the State of Play? Let us know in the comments down below.

Abdullah Waseem
Abdullah Waseem
With more than 3 years of experience in news and content writing, I'm a PC gaming enthusiast who loves to stay updated on everything going around in the industry.

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