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PlayStation State of Play Announced for June 2: Start Time & How to Watch

PlayStation has announced a new State of Play which will showcase some incredible games, and hopefully some release dates. Here’s when the State of Play on June 2 starts and how to watch it.

It’s been a few months since the last State of Play, which brought us 14 minutes of Hogwarts Legacy gameplay back in March.

And while E3 won’t be going ahead this year, it seems Sony is aiming to take the top spot with the upcoming State of Play on June 2.

Here is when the next State of Play is set to start on June 2, and where you can watch it.

PlayStation State of Play on June 2 – What Time Does It Start?

The upcoming State of Play is set to start at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET / 11 PM BST. This is the showcase that many PlayStation fans have been waiting for.

State of Play June 2, 2022 Start Time and How to Watch

While we aren’t sure what will be shown in this State of Play, we’re hopeful that it will include a release date for God of War Ragnarok. In fact, God of War Ragnarok had a rating by a South Korean rating board recently.

The State of Play is planned to be around 30 minutes from start to finish. It should include plenty of trailers and announcements.

But if you want to catch the State of Play when it’s live, where can you watch it?

How to Watch the PlayStation State of Play on June 2

You can watch the PlayStation State of Play on YouTube or on Twitch, specifically on PlayStation’s official channels.

Here are the direct links to the PlayStation official channels on both YouTube and Twitch:

Of course, plenty of other channels will stream the State of Play too. And there will be the option to watch the State of Play once the stream ends, or watch individual trailers.

While we doubt that they’ll announce it, a PlayStation 5 Pro is said to be real and releasing in 2023/2024.

PlayStation State of Play

We also found out recently that PlayStation is turning some of their biggest IPs into TV shows.

If you don’t own a PlayStation but want games on PC, it seems Sony’s recent PC ports have done well.

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