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

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It's no surprise that rumours are once again emerging about what Sony's next presentation contains. We had quite the new-gen blowout last year 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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PlayStation State of Play - Latest News

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PlayStation State of Play Announced for Gran Turismo 7 - January 31, 2022

Sony has announced their first State of Play conference for 2022 and this time, it's focused on Gran Turismo 7. Promising "over 30 minutes of new PS5 footage," this one looks to be exclusively focused on Polyphony Digital's upcoming racing sim.

PlayStation State of Play - When Is The Next One?

Right now, we're unsure. Historically, they've not been evenly spaced out and before gran Turismo 7's recent event, we had a four month wait. Right now, we'd bet on an April 2022 timeframe.

PlayStation State of Play - Previous Presentations

We saw six presentations across 2021 and so far, one for 2022, though not all of them used State of Play branding. February and September's presentations held a wider focus but others offered deep dives into one major title, coupled with smaller updates on others. Usually spaced across a couple of months, here's what happened previously.

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PlayStation State of Play - 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.

PlayStation State of Play - 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.