Nintendo Direct and State of Play PlayStation: follow them with us today on Twitch!

Nintendo Direct and State of Play PlayStation: follow them with us today on Twitch!

Nintendo Direct and State of Play PlayStation

Today will be full of news for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation players, with two events not to be missed. There will be a new Nintendo Direct at 16:00 and Sony's State of Play will begin at 23:59. Obviously, the editors of geekinco will be at the forefront to follow and live with you the two events on Twitch.

The live on the geekinco Twitch channel for Nintendo Direct in September 2022 will begin at 15:30 in the company of Francesco Serino and Giordana Moroni. | br>
What can we expect from today's two events? The Nintendo Direct of September 2022 promises to be really full-bodied: it will last about 40 minutes and will be dedicated mainly to Nintendo Switch games coming out this winter. Space therefore for weight exclusives such as Bayonetta 3, Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, but also for multiplayer titles such as No Man's Sky, NieR: Automata, Sonic Frontiers, Persona 5: Royal and Return to Monkey Island. The rumors of recent days also speak of remaster of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess and Metroid Prime, we'll see.

Sony's State of Play will last about 20 minutes and will feature 10 games for PS5, PS4 and PSVR2 made by Japanese development studios. In this sense, there is really spoiled for choice: from Final Fantasy 16 to Forspoken for Square Enix, Street Fighter 6 and Exoprimal for Capcom and One Piece Odyssey by Bandai Namco, just to name a few. The announcement of completely new games or the presence of a heavyweight like God of War: Ragnarok cannot be ruled out either.

You can follow the streaming of the two appointments directly from the player at the head of the news or by reaching our Twitch channel via this address, possibly using the official app on iOS and Android. If you don't have it yet, we recommend that you sign up so that you don't miss out on all our upcoming live shows.

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Where to watch Tuesday's State of Play stream and what to expect

If you’re a fan of Japanese video game publishers, then today is the day for you. Along with the Nintendo Direct this morning, there is going to be a PlayStation State of Play stream this afternoon, which is sure to make this a great day for fans of either brand. These streams come just a few days before the Tokyo Game Show, which is one of the biggest events on the gaming calendar.

Unlike the Nintendo Direct, Sony has confirmed that ten games will be shown off in the stream, although it hasn’t announced what they are. We’ll let you know exactly when the stream starts in your time zone, where you can watch and a little bit of what will probably be showcased.

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God of War Ragnarok

The English version of these streams can be found on official Sony accounts, namely the Twitch and YouTube channels. Here is the full list of start times in each time zone:

September 13:

  • 3pm PST.
  • 6pm EST.
  • 11pm BST.
  • September 14:

  • 12am Central Europe CEST.
  • 8am Eastern Australia AEST.
  • 11am New Zealand NZST.
  • Horizon Call of the Mountain

    Horizon Call of the Mountain

    While we don’t know exactly what the ten games are that will be showcased, Sony has promised “Japanese partners and developers all around the world.” which could mean anything. God of War is likely to be there, as it is just two months away from launch, and Kratos’ voice actor, Chris Judge, retweeted some teasers.

    The PS VR2 is also confirmed to feature in the event, which suggests that the previously announced Horizon: Call of the Mountain will be there too, as Sony has positioned it as one of the landmark games for the system.

    Written by Ryan Woodrow on behalf of GLHF.