State of Play — Where to Watch PlayStation’s Latest Announcements for PS4 and PSVR

State of Play — Where to Watch PlayStation’s Latest Announcements for PS4 and PSVR

Sony is airing its latest State of Play to showcase PS4 and PSVR games with some PS5 titles in the mix: watch it all unfold right here.

With the PS5 set to officially make its debut later this week, all eyes are on Sony as to what we’ll see from their upcoming next-gen console. This past June saw the console’s big formal reveal, and while we’re waiting to hear more on the PS5 (namely its price and release date), Sony still seems to have a few announcements for the PS4 and PSVR for this year before the next generation officially begins with a new State of Play.

As announced earlier this week, Sony is airing its latest State of Play presentation to showcase its upcoming lineup of new games for this year (and potentially further). However, the company clarified that this showcase is going to focus specifically on third-party games for PS4 and PSVR, so don’t get your hopes up on any big PS5-related announcements regarding hardware or first-party titles from PlayStation Studios.

The State of Play presentation according to Sony will run for about 40 minutes and kicks off at 1pm PT/4pm ET – you can find the embed to watch the stream below:

While the presentation is primarily aimed at the PS4 and PSVR games we can expect to see later this year, Sony did state that we’ll see a few of the indie and third-party games that were shown during the PS5’s “The Future of Gaming” reveal event back in June. Presumably that may include some of the games that were shown in June, including indie titles such as Stray and Goodbye Volcano High, or some of the third-party titles shown at the event like PragmataResident Evil: Village, and more.

Given that we’re (hopefully) a few months out from the release of the PS5 this holiday season, it seems likely that we’ll get more information from Sony on when to expect the system and more. But, in the meantime, today’s presentation will likely show that there’s still more to look forward to from this generation before then.