With Sony confirming it won't be attending E3 this year, the company has chose to take a page out of Nintendo's playbook and has instead started what it calls the "State of Play", which are smaller, pre-made video shows that talks about upcoming games and so on. Kicking off around 3PM PT (or 6PM ET), the newest episode of PlayStation State of Play will focus around MediEvil, as well as showcase a brand-new title and even more.
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It's expected to be a quick show at just 10 minutes of run time, so it's likely we won't be seeing much more than that. We're not sure if this will be a PSVR title or a PS4 title, but you can expect news on that as well as updates and announcements on games that we already know about.
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According to details, this new State of Play will be a short program, about 10 minutes long, which will address some news and updates related to PlayStation 4, the desktop console of the company today. It's the second episode in the Nintendo Direct-style broadcast that delivers PlayStation updates to the fans worldwide. With PlayStation not making an appearance at E3 and no plans for a PlayStation Experience, one has to wonder what Sony's plans are for this year. Probably not, but we'll keep you posted on what's to come. Maybe a release date for The Last of Us: Part II? . The first stream wasn't mind blowing but I imagine some of the truly exciting announcements will be happening over the next few months.