What time is Sony PlayStation's State of Play livestream and when and where can you watch it? State of Play is Sony’s regularly scheduled show, broadcast live intermittently throughout the year. Each one focuses on different things: sometimes PS5 and PS4 exclusives, other times third-party titles, and occasionally just on a single game. But when is the next State of Play? In this guide, we're going to give you all the details you need to tune in.
State of Play: What Time Is Sony PlayStation’s Livestream?
The next State of Play livestream takes place on Thursday 17th March, 2022. Below is a handy list so you can figure out what time to tune in depending on your timezone:
- North America: 2pm PDT / 3pm MDT / 4pm CDT / 5pm EDT
- UK/Ire: 9pm GMT
- Europe: 10pm CET / 11pm EET
- Asia/Oceania: 6am JST / 5am AWST / 8am AEDT
State of Play: Where Can You Watch the Next Sony PlayStation Livestream?
You'll be able to watch the next State of Play on Sony's official YouTube and Twitch accounts, through the respective links. You'll also be able to watch along with us right here on Push Square, as we host the show with a blog and live chat. Join us!
Of course, if you can't watch State of Play as it goes out live, you can be sure we'll report on all the pertinent news as soon as possible so you can catch up later.
State of Play: What Games Will Be Shown or Announced?
The next State of Play is all about Hogwarts Legacy. This game is an RPG set in the famous school of witchcraft and wizardry, and takes place long before Harry Potter's time. There will be lots of brand new gameplay footage of the game, which is in development at Avalanche Software (perhaps best known for Disney Infinity).
No other games will be shown or announced during this State of Play. This one is all about Hogwarts Legacy.
State of Play: How Long Will Sony PlayStation's Livestream Be?
The next State of Play will be roughly 20 minutes in length, featuring over 14 minutes of Hogwarts Legacy PS5 gameplay footage.
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