We’ve waited a while, but Sony is finally bringing us another State of Play tomorrow, and we’ve got everything you need to know heading into the show. The last State of Play was in September of last year, so it’s been a five-month long wait for this one. The show airs on Feb. 23 at 1pm PT / 4pm ET / 9pm GMT / 10pm CET, and can be streamed on the official PlayStation YouTube or Twitch channels, or watched on-demand after the show.
The show will be 45 minutes long, and cover 16 different titles. We know that five of these will be PSVR 2 games coming this year, and we also know that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be highlighted too. The Suicide Squad game will be receiving an “extended look” featuring gameplay, lasting 15 minutes total. This leaves us with the five PSVR 2 games and 10 mystery titles in 30 minutes. The 10 unknown games could be anything, but Sony specified in their blog post that the games are coming from third-party partners.
Exactly what third-party titles we’ll see is a mystery, but we can guess. As Genki pointed out on Twitter, Final Fantasy legends Hironobu Sakaguchi and Yoshinori Kitase were recently seen recording for something that is yet to be released, so there’s a chance we see some Final Fantasy news tomorrow. The most likely candidates would be the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster games getting their official PlayStation release date, or Final Fantasy XVI getting a new trailer ahead of its June release. It may be wishful thinking to expect anything from Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, as Square Enix may be wanting to give Final Fantasy XVI some breathing room .
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