How to watch September’s PlayStation State of Play


WITH the Tokyo Game Show (TGS) taking place in Japan this week, PlayStation has announced a State of Play showcase ahead of the event.

Sony announced that ten upcoming games will be shown at the event which will be around 20 minutes in length

games for PS VR2 will be revealed at the event.Credit: Sony

If you want to hear all about the games coming to PlayStation in the near future, this is how you can watch today’s (September 13) State of Play.

Where can I watch September’s State of Play?

The PlayStation State of Play livestream will be available in a number of regions. 

An English stream can be found on PlayStation’s official Twitch and youtube channels. 

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What time will September’s State of Play go live?

The livestream will be available all over the World simultaneously.

Here’s when you can watch it in your timezone.

September 13

  • 3pm Western USA (PST)
  • 6pm Eastern USA (EST)
  • 11pm UK Time (BST)

September 14

  • 12am Central Europe (CEST)
  • 8am Eastern Australia (AEST)
  • 11am New Zealand (NZST)

What will be shown at September’s State of Play?

Sony has announced that ten games will be shown during the showcase for upcoming games.

It informed fans that the updates would be from “Japanese partners and developers all around the world”.

The games shown will be for PS4, PS5, and the upcoming PS VR2.

Voice actor for Kratos, Chris Judge, retweeted the message suggesting that God of War Ragnarök will be shown at the event.

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The mention of PS VR2 also suggests we will get a first look at Horizon: Call of the Mountain.

This is the first game officially announced for the headset.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.

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