If you've been waiting for another State of Play from Sony, you won't be waiting much longer. Their next State of Play now has a date, and it's soon.
Set for Tuesday, December 10th, the State of Play will start at 9am EST and will last around 20 minutes. Sony is promising "new game reveals, release date announcements, new gameplay footage, PlayStation Worldwide Studios updates, and more." What are they saying won't be there? The PlayStation 5. Sorry, but they're probably saving that for something much bigger. Still, there should be quite a bit of fun things.
The last State of Play, which took place back on September 24th, had quite a few fun announcements. The biggest was the original release date of The Last of Us Part 2, although the game would end up getting delayed until later in the year. We got to see a demo for MediEvil get announced, giving players a look into the game. There were new trailers for games like Wattam and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, both of which are highly anticipated. There was also an announcement for a brand new game called Humanity, though what exactly the project is is still a mystery.
This time around we don't really know what Sony will be showing. There hasn't been much of a tease for this show. Ghost of Tsushima is probably the only major Sony exclusive left for this generation without a release date. Recently an ad for a Resident Evil 3 remake was leaked on PSN, so that may also be making an appearance. We may finally learn what Bluepoint's mysterious remake is. No matter what is shown, there's likely going to be a few surprises along the way.
How do you feel about this State of Play? Going to tune in? Any ideas about what Sony may show? Let us know in the comments below!