Nintendo isn’t the only console maker holding a special presentation tomorrow, as Sony will be having a stream of its own just a few hours later. Sony announced a State of Play for September 13 at 3 p.m. PT that will have updates for games on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation VR2.
The accompanying PlayStation Blog post gave a few more details, noting that it will be a 20-minute show celebrating games from Japanese developers, which is fitting since Tokyo Game Show kicks off on September 15. And while it will have updates from games from Japanese studios, there will also be some “surprises” from teams across the world. All in all, it will have updates and “fresh gameplay footage” for 10 different games.
It’s unknown exactly what will be there, however the title and runtime imply that it will be a more modest show. Many are likely expecting a huge E3-like presentation, but those are called PlayStation Showcases, not State of Plays.
The June 2022 State of Play also had plenty of Japanese games like the Resident Evil 4 remake, Resident Evil Village on PS VR2, Street Fighter 6, and Final Fantasy XVI, meaning it’s possible that one or more of those games makes a reappearance during this newly announced Sony stream.