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PlayStation State of Play Planned for March With Bigger Showcase Before June – Report

PlayStation is reportedly planning a new State of Play event set to take place sometime in March or sooner. This will apparently be a smaller showcase as a bigger event is also planned before June and E3 2023. Details are quite scarce but if these reports are true, we can expect a confirmation from Sony in the coming months.

The news comes from industry insider and journalist Jeff Grubb who spoke about Sony’s big plans on a recent Games Mess Decides podcast. According to Grubb, PlayStation is planning a State of Play event for March, though it may take place sooner if plans change. However, he warns that this State of Play will be low-key and on a smaller scale. He then mentioned a bigger PlayStation showcase that will take place before June when E3 will happen.

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PlayStation currently has a massive lineup of games coming to both PS4 and PS5 in the coming months. This includes exclusives like Final Fantasy XVI and Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, as well as smaller releases like Stellar Blade. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is also expected to launch before the end of the year, though its Winter 2023 release window might push it to an early 2024 release. With the launch of PS VR2 this week, we imagine Sony will also want to keep marketing its virtual reality hardware.

Of course, there are a few anticipated games that PlayStation might be able to shed some light on during these reported showcases. The Silent Hill 2 remake from Bloober Team will be a PS5 console exclusive so Sony might market it and potentially confirm a release date soon. Tekken 8 is also in Sony’s marketing court, so we could see more information for the anticipated fighter. Bandai Namco is currently aiming to release the game before April 2024.

As with all reports and rumours, take this with a pinch of salt for now. Grubb has been fairly accurate in the past about industry leaks and insider information, though, so it’s worth investing some trust in this. We’ll just have to wait for Sony to make the call.

Source: Jeff Grubb

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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