Where to Watch Today’s PlayStation State of Play Stream
Here's where you can see all of the latest news on The Last of Us Part II and other upcoming PlayStation games today.
In a little under an hour, Sony is set to share a variety of new announcements via State of Play, the publisher’s video streaming series. Today’s episode is set to last about twenty minutes and it might end up being the biggest edition since these streams began earlier this year.
We already know that The Last of Us Part II is set to likely be the centerpiece of the stream with developer Naughty Dog finally ready to share more on the highly-anticipated sequel. Previous rumors suggest that we’ll get a release date for the title, in addition to finally seeing the previous game’s protagonist, Joel, who hasn’t really been shown in footage thus far.
There’s also quite a bit of anticipation around other games right now, as well. WB Games Montreal has recently been teasing that it’s working on a new Batman game, leading many to assume this title could be revealed during State of Play today. Additionally, publisher Annapurna Interactive has also teased that it’ll have news to share on Wattam as well soon.
So where can you watch the stream yourself? Well, don’t worry, because everything you should need is in this article.
Sony will be streaming today’s State of Play on almost every major service around. YouTube and Twitch will likely be the space where most will want to watch though, and you can find both streams hyperlinked down below.
And if you can’t watch along, then fear not, as we’ll have all the latest breaking news from State of Play posted here on DualShockers as it develops.