The next set of PS5 State games will play today with 10 games promised

It’s like the third time in September (Photo: Sony)

Sony has finally announced a new State of the Game event, which will feature PS4, PS5, and PSVR2, but no one knows which games.

Most of the previews look bussy, because after months of silence, we not only have a Nintendo today, but also the latest PlayStation State of Play, which will talk about PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation VR2.

There will be 10 matches in total, in an event of approximately 20 minutes, but with no guarantee that there will be no first-party titles.

The only hint Sony has given of what the games are, which promises Japanese developers will release big developments, will likely be the result of this week’s Tokyo Game Show. It would be interesting to see how Final Fantasy 16 would be, if Square Enix said it wasn’t on the show.

The livestream won’t just feature Japanese games, but Sony said there are other surprises from developers around the world.

What this may mean seems to be hinting at new announcements and not just updates on previously announced titles.

What time is the PlayStation game?

The State of Play will begin at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, December 11, 2008 in the USA, with a reopening time of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. across the road.

It’s probably too late as the Nintendo Direct is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. BST. You might be wondering why Sony couldn’t just do it on a different day, but it might be worth pondering those older questions. Of course, publishers are so awful at picking release dates that don’t conflict with each other like this.

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