Sony’s got some announcements prepped for the summer.
Sony’s announced its next big gaming event, State of Play, will broadcast online Thursday, June 2. Its PlayStation event will mostly focus on new game announcements from third-party partner companies, the PS5 maker said. The livestreamed presentation will also include “a sneak peek at several games in development” for Sony’s upcoming .
“It’s been more than two months since our last State of Play – who’s ready for a new one?” the company teased in its blog post. The event will begin at 3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. ET and streamed live on Twitch and YouTube.
Sony’s event will serve as an unofficial kickoff of the summer games announcement season, during which developers ranging fromand Nintendo to Ubisoft and Square Enix reveal the titles they expect to release over the coming year.
Typically, those announcements have happened as part of the video game industry’s, but the COVID 19 pandemic forced the event online last year. This summer, game companies have , rather than organizing them under the E3 banner.
Developers have several anticipated games in the works that might be announced during Sony’s event, including the next installment Horizon post-apocalyptic adventure series.. Sony’s also shown off an upcoming VR game based on its hit