Sony has confirmed a new online broadcast for tomorrow. Dubbed “State of Play,” the company will announce new games, show new trailers for the first time, and provide fans updates on the new titles in the pipeline for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation VR.


The idea for this broadcast might feel familiar to you if you regularly follow gaming-related news. Nintendo essentially does the same thing with its Nintendo Direct presentations. It divides announcements in multiple broadcasts throughout the year instead of making a big appearance at an industry event like E3.

Sony says that the “very first episode” of State of Play will be broadcast tomorrow, March 25th, at 2 pm Pacific. This suggests that the company is going to conduct more of these broadcasts going forward.

It promises updates and announcements “from the world of PlayStation,” with the first episode showcasing new PS4 and PS VR games in addition to new trailers, new game announcements, and gameplay footage. Fans will be able to view the live stream on Twitch, Twitter, YouTube, or Facebook. The VOD edition will also be available for viewing shortly after the first episode airs.

Sony does mention at the end that “State of Play will return throughout the year with more updates and announcements.”

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