Sony has announced a new stream series called "State of Play" that it says will be used to unveil new games, trailers, and updates on different PlayStation projects.
Will you watch the State of Play live stream?
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But looking towards Monday's stream, we're hopeful of seeing more info on the state of PlayStation VR games like Golem which was due for release previous year but never materialised. The Tokyo Game Show is held from September 20 to 23, 2018. Titles such as Naughty Dog's "The Last Of Us 2", and Kojima Productions' "Death Stranding" need to update their fans of their progress and their development.
State of Play will be returning "throughout the year" with additional updates and announcements, likely at various intervals rather than regularly scheduled dates. We are exploring new and familiar ways to engage our community in 2019 and can't wait to share our plans with you.
The company is taking a break from major conferences and events, but it looks like Sony will be embracing the style of Nintendo with video content.
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The livestream will be broadcast to Twitch, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube worldwide, with VOD following shortly afterwards on YouTube. There are 30 new games released across PS4, PS Vita and PS VR in a lineup headlined by Sony San Diego's MLB The Show 19.
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