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PlayStation State of Play Coincides with Nintendo’s Direct

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Sony has just announced that it will host a PlayStation State of Play video presentation Tuesday at 6 PM ET. It will last approximately 20 minutes and cover the new games for PS5, PS4, PSVR2, and PS5. This presentation will take place before Tokyo Game Show, which starts later in the week. In a blog post, Sid Shuman from Sony Interactive Entertainment stated that this State of Play will include “some great updates by our amazing Japanese partners” and “a few surprises from developers around the globe.”


Tuesday promises to be a massive day in video game news. Nintendo’s next major Direct event will take place at 10 AM ET. Sony responded to the Direct announcement with a tweet acknowledging the situation. I’m eager to see the exciting games at both of these presentations. In addition, the technology behind Bluetooth speakers has improved over the years. Newer models offer better sound quality and longer battery life. These are the top options for Bluetooth speakers from Bose and Sony and JBL, and Sonos.

On June 2, the last PlayStation State of Play took place. This event kicked off the more significant Summer Game Fest-2022 industry celebration. The summertime showcase featured many exciting projects, including the newly released PC port to Marvel’s Spider-Man. In addition, Capcom used the venue to announce Resident Evil Village VR and the Resident Evil 4 remake. Final Fantasy 16gameplay and a New Game+ Update for Horizon Forbidden West were also displayed during the June 20,22 PlayStation State of Play. Fans can look forward to more exciting announcements tomorrow.


A tweet from PlayStation has revealed that there will be a State of Play event tomorrow, September 13, at 3:00 PM Pacific Standard Time. New reveals and updates come with various platforms, including PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and the upcoming PlayStation VR2. Sony states that the showcase will last approximately 20 minutes and cover ten games from around the globe. Tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct event will follow this 3 PM State of Play. It starts at 7 AM Pacific Standard Time.

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