14 Sep 2021 12:12 PM +00:00

State of Play Leaks: Everything We Know About Sony's Next PlayStation Event

It's no surprise that rumours are once again emerging about what Sony's next presentation contains. Marking what would be their sixth one this year, we had quite the new-gen blowout recently with September's PlayStation Showcase, revealing games like Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Marvel’s Wolverine and God of War: Ragnarok details.

This time around, speculation suggests a focus on the PS5's new-gen PSVR, for which we've previously had leaked specs and a controller reveal. If you're interested to learn more, here's everything we know so far about this potential event.

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New PlayStation Experience Event Rumoured For December - September 14th, 2021

Rumours have emerged that Sony is planning a new PlayStation Experience event for December, featuring several big announcements. Allegedly, that includes revealing their next-gen PSVR headset, a new Astro Bot Game, a WipEout revival and more. That remains unconfirmed for now, but if true, we're in for a treat.

Previous Presentations

We've already seen five presentations across 2021, though not all of them used the State of Play branding. While February and September's presentations held a wider focus, they've otherwise offered deep dives into one major title, coupled with smaller updates on others. Usually spaced across a couple of months, here's what we've seen so far.


Where To Watch

Sony's State of Play broadcasts are usually available through their official Twitch and YouTube channels, so we can't imagine it'd be any different for the next one.

What Games Will Be There?

Right now, that's difficult to say. Though Sony set the precedent by offering deep dives into first-party games initially, Deathloop's presentation meant that third-party games aren't off the table, either.

There's a few games we're awaiting updates on, alongside those rumoured PSVR games, so here's what this State of Play could potentially look at.