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State of Play September 2022 Start Date and Time Revealed

State of Play September 2022 Start Date and Time Revealed

by Ali Mahmud

PlayStation has announced that the State of Play September 2022 presentation will be arriving tomorrow, September 13, at 3: 00 pm PST / 6: 00 pm ET / 11: 00 pm BST. The broadcast will only be about 20 minutes, but it promises to pack in ten games for PS5, PS4, and PSVR 2. As usual, you will be able to watch the State of Play livestreamed on PlayStation’s official channels on Twitch and YouTube.

What games might be shown in State of Play September 2022

State of Play September 2022

A part of the reason why this State of Play is airing tomorrow is to focus on Japanese game development before Tokyo Game Show 2022, which takes place between September 15 and September 18. It was reported in late August that Sony was going to be notably absent from the event, so this will hopefully make up for it.

Based on what was revealed in PlayStation’s State of Play in June, we may see more updates of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 16, in addition to Capcom’s Street Fighter 6, Resident Evil 4 remake, and Resident Evil Village on PSVR 2. Konami is also slated to announce something from a “world famous series” whether it’s a new Suikoden game, one of the numerous Silent Hill projects rumored to be in development, or a Metal Gear Solid game of some variety. We might also see remasters or re-releases from Atlus’s Persona series and anime adaptations from Bandai Namco like One Piece Odyssey.

PlayStation did not attend Gamescom this year, likely saving all of their announcements for this presentation. There are also wasn’t a specific State of Play for God of War: Raganarok as originally predicted. At any rate, it looks like tomorrow is going to be hectic day for first-party showcases, as there will also be a Nintendo Direct set at an earlier time tomorrow, as reported by our sister site GameRevolution.

In other news, the CEO of Ubisoft has said that its AAA games will be $70 moving forward, and VRR support has been added to Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection.

 

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