Sony even has some new game announcements (yes, plural) planned for the broadcast, but didn’t offer any hints as to what games it will reveal.
Highly anticipated games could appear in the broadcast, such as Naughty Dog’s “The Last of Us Part II” and Kojima’s “Death Stranding” — both of which we still don’t have a release date for. The first episode of State of Play would also be a perfect platform to talk about “Ghost of Tsushima” or “Days Gone,” two more PlayStation exclusives. “Days Gone” is coming next month, so it seems intuitive that Sony would at least a nod to the title, if not show off some gameplay (for more on “Days Gone,” be sure to check out this Variety first look).
At this point, we can only speculate with so little to go on from Sony directly. Be sure to tune in above Monday afternoon. Can’t watch the broadcast? We’ll cover all the highlights right here at Variety.
And that’s a wrap, here’s what we saw:
- ‘No Man’s Sky VR’ Coming To PlayStation VR
- ‘Marvel’s Iron Man VR’ Coming to PlayStation VR in 2019
- Dungeon Crawler ‘ReadySet Heroes’ Coming 2019
- ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted’ Comes to PSVR This Spring
- PSVR’s ‘Blood & Truth’ Hits May 28
- ‘Observation’ Brings Artificial Intelligence Thriller to PS4 on May 21
- ‘Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled’ Includes Remastered ‘Crash Nitro Kart’ Content