PlayStation State of Play: PSVR2 will not be there, new announcements and duration confirmed

PlayStation State of Play: PSVR2 will not be there, new announcements and duration confirmed

PlayStation State of Play

Sony has announced a new PlayStation State of Play for February 25 with a focus on ten games for PS4 and PS5, some of which were shown during last June's PlayStation event. Will there be room for hardware announcements too?

Sony specifies that during the show we will see "a series of news and insights for 10 games coming to PS4 and PS5 including announcements of new games and updates on indie titles and third parties you last saw in the PS5 presentation in June. "

The event will last 30 minutes, Sony confirms that there will be no hardware announcements of any kind or industry related announcements (such as acquisitions or sales figures), the focus will be solely "on the fantastic games coming in the next few months."

To learn more about the newly announced PlayStation VR 2 headset for PS5 it will be necessary to wait, with every probably during the State of Play we will be able to see upcoming games such as Returnal and Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart in action, with the hope of Kena Bridge of Spirits, expected for the next few weeks.

The names of Horizon Forbidden West and GTA 5 Next-Gen, yes however, it is simple speculation based on the fact that the two titles in question have never been shown after the PlayStation Event last June. However, there is ample space for third-party games and indie productions, as confirmed by Sony in the quotation marks mentioned above.







PlayStation State of Play: How to watch, start time and what to expect

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Anything you can do, Sony says to Nintendo , I can do better. After Nintendo last week announced Splatoon 3, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD and Mario Golf: Super Rush at its Nintendo Direct presentation, Sony has just announced it'll have a keynote presentation of its own, on Thursday. 

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Sony's State of Play is where the company shows off its latest products. Last time, in October, it was all about the upcoming PlayStation 5 and its user interface. On Thursday, State of Play will focus entirely on games.

How to watch

Easy peasy: Right here!


Or, if you'd rather Twitch, right here. 

Start times

State of Play kicks off at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m ET on Thursday, Feb. 25. Brits will get their sneak peek into upcoming PlayStation games just before bedtime, as it begins at 10 p.m. GMT. Sony's presentation starts with the business day in Australia, playing from 9 a.m. Friday AEDT.

What to expect

Sony says State of Play will focus on 10 games coming to PS4 and PS5, which'll include new announcements as well as updates on games shown off at last June's PS5 showcase.


That's potentially big news, because games shown off at last June's PS5 showcase include Horizon: Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7 and a PS5 edition of Grand Theft Auto 5. Hopefully we'll also see more of God of War: Ragnarok, which is tentatively scheduled for a 2021 release. 

For those of you looking to pick up one console and one console only, your best bet is probably a PlayStation 4. I

For those of you looking to pick up one console and one console only, your best bet is probably a PlayStation 4. I'd recommend getting the PlayStation 4 Pro.Buckle up because there are so many great games to play catch up on, many of which are exclusive to the PS4.Here are our favourites.

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