PlayStation has announced a State of Play stream that will take place late next week (Friday). The stream will feature third-party announcements, as well as a look at several PlayStation VR2 games. The stream lasts about 30 minutes.
This comes after PlayStation’s announcement earlier this week that over PlayStation VR2 will be launched with over 20+ games.
JUNE PLAYSTATION STATE OF PLAY AUSTRALIAN TIMES
The PlayStation State of Play stream will take place on Friday, June 3.
- AEST (Melbourne/Sydney/Brisbane/Canberra) – 8:00 AM
- ACST (Adelaide/Darwin) – 7:30 AM
- AUGUST (Perth) – 6:00 AM
It’s unclear at this point if this is PlayStation’s big E3 stream (not E3), but it looks like it will be at this point. It’s also unclear if this means PlayStation VR2 will launch this year, but if it follows the same pattern as PS5, we might get this event with games and then one in a few months with release details. We bring you the latest news from the event.
The full statement from PlayStation is below:
It’s been over two months since our last state of affairs – who’s ready for a new one? Listen live next week to nearly 30 minutes of announcements and updates from the world of PlayStation.
We’ve got some exciting reveals from our third-party partners, plus a sneak peek at several games in development for PlayStation VR2
State of Play returns next week! Tune in June 2 at 3pm PT for reveals, announcements and more: https://t.co/3lqi9GL9VZ pic.twitter.com/NLLTAgvgLY
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) May 27, 2022