Sony Announces New PlayStation State of Play Incoming September 14th

PlayStation State of Play September 2023

Sony Announces New PlayStation State of Play Event for September 14th 2023.

PlayStation State of Play September 2023

PlayStation fans, mark your calendars – Sony recently confirmed rumours by announcing a new State of Play broadcast streams this Thursday, September 14th. The showcase offers fresh peeks at upcoming PS5 titles.

When is The PlayStation State of Play September 2023 Event?

  • The State of Play September 2023 event is at 9pm/10pm BST or 2pm PT/5pm ET on September 14th 2023.

State of Play events provide more curated glimpses versus Sony’s marquee PlayStation Showcase presentations. Typically under an hour, they spotlight a tighter collection of reveals.

Past examples like April’s stream centred squarely on a single big game, in that case Final Fantasy XVI. But a wider variety of third party and indie titles will feature this time.

Of course, attendees can likely expect at least one triple-A headliner to anchor the showcase. But overall quality takes priority over sheer shock and awe.

It also provides a welcome salve after chief platform rival Microsoft dominated attention with the long-awaited Starfield launch. This reminder of Sony’s pipeline preempts any notion of complacency.

Of course, Nintendo also confirmed its own September Direct hours prior to Sony’s announcement. So this Thursday promises a triple threat of publisher updates to feast on!

As for potential State of Play content, everything remains up in the air. But final previews of Mortal Kombat 1 and the Metal Gear Solid 3 remake would fit the fall launch window.

EA FC 24 gameplay seems highly plausible. Other outside bets include the Final Fantasy 16 DLC and Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

But part of the fun remains the mystery and surprise reveals likely in store. At under an hour, a rapidfire format could showcase plenty.

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Either way, everything illuminates this Thursday starting 9pm/10pm BST or 2pm PT/5pm ET once the stream goes live. With three years elapsed since PS5’s launch, Sony’s pipeline now hopefully shifts into high gear.

Source – PlayStation Blog

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