New Playstation: State of Play next Thursday

A new State of Play is coming next Thursday, giving us a look at upcoming Playstation releases and updates.
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Those eager for more news on PlayStation releases and updates don’t have long to wait; The next PlayStation: State of Play is coming soon. The 30-minute Livestream starts at 3pm PT on Thursday, June 2nd, and promises to be packed full of new game reveals and sneak peaks, as well as updates on existing games and Playstation software.

The last State of Play was in March of 2022, making it almost a full 2 months since the last play PlayStation gave us new reveals and sneak peaks to be excited for. At the last State of Play, PlayStation revealed the demo for Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, which has sent been released to mostly positive reviews. Ghostwire: Tokyo also had a trailer at the last State of Play, as well as a handful of other games that have since been released or are close to it. Following this pattern, we can expect to see more on some soon-to-release games at this upcoming State of Play.

If you’re a streamer looking to co-stream this event for your audience, be careful. PlayStation issues a specific warning for Streamers in their announcement post. While they welcome streamers to co-stream this event with their audience, they warn that “this broadcast may include copyrighted content (e.g. licensed music) that PlayStation does not control.” This means that some Streamers might accidentally stream copyrighted music during their co-stream, which can potentially get their channels banned.

This information comes from PlayStation themselves in their official announcement post. In the post, they link their official Twitch channel, where the State of Play broadcast will take place on Thursday, June 2nd at 3pm Pacific / 6pm Eastern / 12:00am CET.

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