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PlayStation State of Play February 2023 – When and Where to Watch

Sony is set to host another PlayStation State of Play event later today, featuring reveals for PS VR2 games and a deep dive into Rocksteady’s upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. However, there are more surprises in store for us that Sony have yet to detail from its third-party partners. Here’s when and where you can watch the showcase and catch all the announcements as they happen.

PlayStation seems to have set some expectations for this State of Play. It doesn’t seem like it will be a massive event like previous showcases since the focus will be on PS VR2, which launched today in several countries except South Africa, as well as Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. There will surely be a few surprises in store for us, though, so we’ll continue to speculate until we the presentation goes live later.

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When to Watch

You’ll be able to tune into the PlayStation State of Play on 23 February 2023 (today) at 1pm PT / 6pm ET / 9pm GMT / 10pm CET or 11pm CAT. South Africans will have to stay up a bit later to catch the show, though it’s expected with the different time zones these days.

Where to Watch

The State of Play will be broadcasted on several different platforms but you can the official Twitch channel for PlayStation or visit its official YouTube account later. Alternatively, we’ve linked the livestream below which is currently counting down to the showcase.

As for what you can expect apart from what PlayStation promises, it’s possible we’ll get updates on several anticipated third-party titles. Recently, rumours surfaced of a Metal Gear Solid Collection potentially being revealed at the event though we recommend taking that with a pinch of salt. Additionally, we could get news regarding Tekken 8, Street Fighter 6 or Final Fantasy XVI though those would probably be saved for a bigger event.

Don’t miss the PlayStation State of Play event later today. It’s expected to run for around 45 minutes so we’re hopefully in for a good show.

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