PlayStation published a new blog announcing the newest State of Play will premiere later this week and will “serve up updates and deep dives for 10 games coming to PS4 and PS5.” Along with updates on existing third-party and indie titles, there will also be new game announcements.
State of Play returns this Thursday! Tune in live at 2 PM PT/5 PM ET to see updates and deep dives for games coming to PS4 and PS5.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) February 23, 2021
PlayStation says the show will be around “30 minutes or so, give or take” and that there will be no hardware or business-focused updates during the show. That means the full 30 minutes will be spent on games.
This is the first variety State of Play from PlayStation since August 2020, which showcased a variety of third-party games coming to the PlayStation 5. A smaller State of Play focused entirely on Destruction AllStars was released in January.
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Sony has been slowly ramping up its announcement cycle as the company announced it is working on a PlayStation VR 2 headset for PS5, a delay for Gran Turismo 7, and that it’s bringing more first-party PlayStation games to PC such as Days Gone later this spring. The zombie game from Bend Studio will be the second PlayStation-exclusive coming to PC after Horizon Zero Dawn.[poilib element=”accentDivider”]
Matt T.M. Kim is News Editor at IGN.