The Last PlayStation State of Play of 2019 Takes Place Next Week

Sony has announced that the last PlayStation State of Play of 2019 will take place next week on December 10 with "around 20 minutes" of content.

Sony has announced the next, and the last State of Play live stream to take place this year. It was announced by Sid Shuman on PlayStation Blog. The stream will be available to watch on numerous live-streaming services.

PlayStation’s State of Play will air next week on Tuesday, December 10 and will start at 6am PT/9am ET. The blog post explains that we can expect to see “around 20 minutes” of new game reveals, release date announcements, gameplay footage, as well as PlayStation Worldwide Studios updates and more.

While some may be speculating on information surrounding the PS5, which we’ve already seen apparent dev kits out in the wild, Shuman does state that there won’t be any updates relating to anything to do with the next-gen plans. So I wouldn’t go getting hopes up in seeing footage of a game running on the PS5 at all, it’s likely we’ll see that in a State of Play next year sometime if anything.

So, now we’ve got a few days of waiting for the stream to start, what do you think will be announced during next weeks stream? You can expect us to be keeping our eyes peeled on anything announced.

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Ben Bayliss

Based in the UK and adores venturing through FPS horrors and taking photos in pretty much anything with a functioning photo mode. Also likes car games.

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