State of play in live stream: Sony has announced a new edition of its web show for today. The PS4 manufacturer refers to a "special episode". Sony had already spoken about the content in advance: The State of Play episode shows new game scenes from Ghost of Tsushima, which will be released exclusively for PlayStation 4 on July 17. News on the PS5 are not on the program today. More details about the PlayStation 5 – such as the price and release date – will be given later. You can find the live stream for today's State of Play episode in the article. The broadcast begins at 10 p.m.
Sony is showing a new edition of State of Play today: the episode will be broadcast at 10 p.m. We have integrated the live stream for the web show below. So you get the new details directly from first hand. Sony had already announced what content is on the program today in advance of the stream. The company promises a "special episode" of State of Play. The focus is on the new work by Sucker Punch: In today's episode you will see new game scenes from Ghost of Tsushima. The action adventure will be released on July 17th exclusively for PlayStation 4.
Fans can look forward to new gameplay material for "exploration, fighting and much more". Today's episode of State of Play is scheduled to run for 18 minutes. A corresponding number of gameplay scenes can be expected for Ghost of Tsushima. However, no new information about the PlayStation 5 is planned for the episode.
Sony had previously announced the stream that the issue did not cover PlayStation 5 topics. Sony will only provide tangible details about the new console at a later date. Recently there have been rumors of a PS5 announcement in May or June. Fans are already eagerly waiting for details about the price, release date and launch games. The new console is scheduled to be launched at the end of the year.
State of Play: Start of the stream at 10 p.m.
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