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How to watch PlayStation State of Play – new PS VR2 games TBA

Updated: Feb 22, 2023 4:27 pm
How to watch PlayStation State of Play – new PS VR2 games TBA

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Sony regularly hosts State of Play online events to show off the latest gameplay trailers for PS5 and PS4 games. This time, we’ll be getting a look at some more gameplay from PS VR2 games, as well as some new ones being announced.

This article will go into how, when and where to watch the State of Play. This event comes directly after recent news about Sony’s rejection of Microsoft’s deal in their plans to merge with Activision Blizzard, so it’s bound to be an interesting one.

PlayStation State of Play launch time

The State of Play stream will start at 9pm GMT on 23 February 2023. Here are the times for different regions:

  • US West Coast: 13:00 PT
  • US East Coast: 14:00 ET
  • UK: 21:00 GMT
  • Central Europe: 22:00 CEST
  • Japan: 05:00 JST (24 February)

How to watch the PlayStation State of Play

The PlayStation State of Play will be streamed live on the internet like The Game Awards. We’ll be embedding the stream in this page as soon as PlayStation goes live with coverage.

Alternatively, you will also be able to watch it on PlayStation’s channels on Twitch and YouTube.

State of Play – PS VR2 games

We’re not quite sure what we’ll be taking a look at from the PS VR2 side of games, however, there’s been plenty announced already. We’re very excited so see how this turns out.

More on this, the Gran Turismo 7 PS VR2 update is set to release in alignment with the PS VR2 launch, so we’ll most likely see more of that here.

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