State of Play, as it's being called, will debut on Monday, March 25 at 2PM PT/5PM ET.
This morning, Sony officially announced State of Play which will be a new ongoing video presentation series that details PlayStation products. Sony plans to broadcast it on pretty much everything, and you can catch it as soon as it begins with the Twitch embed below. The stream begins in the afternoon U.S. time, as outlined below.
Similar to Nintendo Direct and Inside Xbox, State of Play streams will occur "throughout the year", and feature trailers, gameplay footage, and all things PlayStation.
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With Sony opting out of making an appearance at E3 2019 for the first time ever, it appears the company is following Nintendo's lead, which doesn't usually hold press conferences at the trade show. State of Play streams seems to be the start. The idea is to offer fans a convenient place with which to garner information about software updates, game announcements, and more.