Sony Interactive Entertainment adopted the Direct-esque livestreamed presentation this year with the introduction of the State of Play. The most recent is most notably known for the initial launch date for Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II before abruptly pushing the project’s release date into 2020. Currently the company has hosted up to three showings and another one is on the way for this coming Tuesday, December 10th.
It was announced this week that Sony Interactive Entertainment will be hosting the final State of Play with more than 20 minutes of new information regarding the company’s platform.
As for what this presentation will be comprised of looks to be some of the company’s lesser spoken of games like the highly-anticipated Ghosts of Tsushima from Infamous developer Sucker Punch Productions. The project was announced back in 2017, the title did receive a demo showcase in the following year’s E3, but no discussion of the game’s arrival has surfaced as of yet. Especially seeing how little time before the next generation with the PlayStation 5, now would seem more appropriate for the title.
Another fair prediction would be the unannounced Resident Evil 3 Remake that has been leaked this week. However, while fans anticipated to see the announcement at next Thursday’s annual Game Awards ceremony, host Geoff Keighley denounced this rumor before the week of the event. Notably, this year’s Resident Evil 2 Remake did receive marketing from Sony Interactive Entertainment, so the same is expected for the reworked third installment.
Other worthy mentions that fans could expect to possibly be shown off is Predator: Hunting Grounds, Dreams, and an influx of smaller independently developed titles along with some VR as well. While nothing is set in stone as of reporting this reveal, these predictions are what many would say to be very likely at State of Play.
What do you hope to see at next week’s live streamed presentation?
State of Play will be going live on December 10, 2019 at 6 AM PST / 9 AM EST.