PlayStation introduced one other State of Play, set to air on June 2. As with the final State of Play that aired two months in the past, the occasion isn’t going to be specializing in first-party reveals. As an alternative, PlayStation guarantees a showcase stuffed with video games from the third-party builders. The present may also put a significant emphasis on PlayStation VR2, revealing the primary video games for the platform.
Right here’s how one can watch the occasion and what to anticipate.
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When is the June State of Play
The subsequent State of Play is about for June 2, with an airtime of three:00 p.m. PT. Sony says that the occasion can be half-hour lengthy, which is about on par with the final State of Play stream.
You possibly can leap proper into all of the motion of subsequent week’s State of Play by means of PlayStation’s official Twitch and YouTube channels where it’s being aired live.
What to expect from the June State of Play
Sony says that this stream will mainly focus on third-party partner reveals in the same vein as its previous event. Fans will also get some sneak peeks of titles currently in development for the PlayStation VR2 for the first time. Hopefully that means we’ll get a new glimpse at the hardware, if not a release date.
While we don’t know exactly what third-party games will be on hand, players are already predicting that upcoming PS5 games like Final Fantasy 16 and the cyberpunk cat adventure Stray will appear. The former allegedly has a finished final trailer, while the latter’s alleged July 19 release date leaked earlier this week.
What not to expect from the June State of Play
While there is a chance we could be surprised with a first-party game like God of War Ragnarok, it’s best not to go in expecting that. PlayStation isn’t usually being coy when it says what it plans to show during these streams. If it says it’s focused on VR and third-party games, don’t assume it has a big surprise up its sleeve.