It has been almost a full year since Sony's last PlayStation Showcase, where it now typically debuts some of its biggest first-party projects alongside major announcements from other publishers. Last year's event played host to the reveals of Marvel's Spider-Man 2 and Marvel's Wolverine, as well as a new God of War Ragnarok trailer. Since then, we've seen very little in the way of PlayStation Studios content — the company had an unexpectedly excellent State of Play event to fill the E3 hole, but that was all about third-party developers.
So, as we approach the month where for the past two years Sony has gone big with a livestream all about its first-party efforts, do you expect it does the same for 2022? Will Sony host a PlayStation Showcase next month? That's the question we pose to you in the latest Push Square poll.
It certainly appears to have the content to put a major show on, but whether Sony actually follows through with one is an entirely different story. Outside of the aforementioned titles, all we have confirmed out of PlayStation Studios is a multiplayer take on The Last of Us, and deals Sony has signed with external companies — some of which it has now taken under its wing. Besides these projects, we know little else. What's Team Asobi working on? When will Firesprite Games announce at least one of its many titles in development? Where's PixelOpus in all of this?
There's a long list of developers Sony could call upon for reveals and new game announcements, but do you think it actually will in a PlayStation Showcase next month? Place your vote in our poll and expand on your choice in the comments below.