PlayStation software video showcase 'State of Play' set for March 25

PlayStation software video showcase 'State of Play' set for March 25

Not to be undone by a string of Nintendo Directs and Nindie Showcases, Sony will host its own Direct-like "State of Play" stream on Monday, March 25. As a result, we have decided not to participate in E3 in 2019.

Like Inside Xbox and Nintendo Direct before it, Sony is jumping into the field of hosting livestreaming events that bring players the latest PlayStation announcements.

Sony may not be coming to E3 2019 this year, but that won't stop the proprietor of PlayStation Nation from revealing what comes next for the PS4 and PSVR. Even Xbox has started down this path with their Inside Xbox live presentation.

State of Play will be returning "throughout the year" with additional updates and announcements, likely at various intervals rather than regularly scheduled dates.

There are still the main four that PlayStation has in the works: The Last of Us Part II, Dreams, Ghost of Tsushima, and Death Stranding, plus other slightly smaller projects. Sony is playing its cards close to its chest with today's announcement, opting not to give us any clues about the games State of Play might be covering.

The showcase will be streamed live on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook worldwide, with a VOD soon to follow after the episode airs.

No information on which games could appear was revealed. Check for the State of Play showtimes, and then synchronize your watches and set your bookmarks to come back here and watch the show.

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