The first episode, debuting on Monday, is set to showcase new trailers, game announcements and new gameplay footage for upcoming PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR software. It will be called State of Play and the first episode will be streamed live this Monday.
Sony will kick off a new livestream program next week featuring PlayStation announcements and updates. You'll be able to tun in via on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, or simply catch up on the video after the fact.
Looks like Sony got exhausted of Microsoft and Nintendo hogging all the spotlight with their own gaming shows.
Details remain thin on the ground regarding the new project, which could be one of the new secret game projects being announced this week by Sony. 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. Doing this allows the Super Mario company to deliver news and updates throughout the year instead of unleashing them all at once during E3 every June.
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Indeed, Sony's Sid Shuman has already confirmed that additional State of Play broadcasts will air throughout the year.
The State of Play looks to be those plans.
KitGuru Says: Given Sony's change in strategy this year, it seems all the more likely that we'll be seeing new consoles launch some time in 2020. We'll just have to tune in next week to see what Sony has up its sleeve.