PlayStation is hosting a new State of Play on October 27 showcasing upcoming third-party games for PS4 & PS5, here’s how to tune in and watch it!
The next PlayStation State of Play live stream is coming next week, and with it, players will get to see more information from previously announced games, as well as some exciting new reveals coming to PS5.
The new PS Direct service, which attempts to handle purchasing PS5’s using a new invite-only system has just been introduced. However, recent PS Direct stock drops have proven frustrating for customers, with many being stuck in online queues.
And, with the PS5 reaching its first anniversary, we’ve put together a list of the 13 most anticipated PS5 future games coming in 2021 & beyond. If we’re lucky, we might possibly get more information on some of these titles too!
Now, PlayStation State of Play is back and it will offer a 20-minute look at third-party games for both PS4 & PS5.
How to Watch PlayStation State of Play Presentation
If you’re eager to tune into the PlayStation State of Play next week, there are two ways of going about watching the presentation!
First things first, State of Play will air on Wednesday, October 27, and 2 PM PDT/ 5 PM EDT. It’s important to make sure you’re tuning in at the correct time.
However, to access the broadcast you will need to make sure you are watching on either PlayStation’s official Twitch, YouTube, or Facebook channels.
Luckily, we’ve included a link just below, to give you instant access. We also recommend registering for alerts, in order to be notified when the State of Play presentation begins.
What’s more, Sony has shown a concerted effort to please PC gamers by officially announcing PC versions of Playstation exclusive titles.
In fact, PC gamers are already looking forward to some tremendous gaming experiences. Not only did Uncharted The Naughty Dog PC Collection leak earlier last month, but now, God of War is officially coming to PC and we already know its release date.
Furthermore, God of War PC is currently dominating sales charts at the moment. It’s clear that gamers are hungry for releases both new and old! So let’s hope for some exciting news at this month’s State of Play.