In a new tweet today, PlayStation officially announced that the new State of Play will premiere this Wednesday, January 31st at 2 PM pacific time.
Fans will be able to catch the showcase on YouTube, Twitch, and TikTok.
The event will last “40 minutes covering 15+ games, including extended looks at Stellar Blade and Rise of the Ronin”.
PlayStation did not officially confirm some of the other titles rumored to appear. The entire State of Play contents appeared to leak earlier this week.
However, today’s announcement does confirm the State of Play will feature Rise of the Ronin. This adds some validity to the previous reports.
Also, PlayStation confirmed the runtime today. 40 minutes should provide ample time for a brief glimpse at each of the games in the rumored leaks.
Dealabs has recently claimed that a number of other unannounced titles could appear. A new Dealabs report earlier today hinted that Concord might finally reveal some gameplay.
Concord is a multiplayer first-person shooter from Firewalk Studios. It was first announced last year with a cinematic trailer that did not show any characters or gameplay.
Dealabs has also claimed that a new Death Stranding 2 announcement is coming soon. A State of Play announcement could involve a full title reveal, release window, and PC support. Reportedly, the full title could add the phrase ‘On the Beach’.
PlayStation has not confirmed if Until Dawn will make an appearance at the new State of Play, either. But it would be an ideal opportunity to announce a new version.
This could include either a remake or a remaster. After all, Until Dawn is now going to be turned into a live-action feature film from Screen Gems and PlayStation Productions.
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