Sony’s State of Play broadcast is one of the best ways to keep up with everything happening on the PlayStation console. The final State of Play broadcast for 2019 will be aired on Tuesday, December 10th, and despite being the last of the year, there’s some exciting news included with it. Of course, it’s more of vague teasers than detailed information, but it’s certainly better than nothing.
Thus far, Sony has promised at least twenty minutes of new game reveals, release date announcements, and even gameplay footage. We can’t say for absolutely certain what games and information will be revealed during the broadcast, but thanks to leaks and hints, we do have some likely ideas.
Considering that artwork for the Resident Evil 3 remake has already been leaked on the PlayStation Network, it seems pretty likely that we’ll see something about it during the State of Play, hopefully with a release date included. We also know for certain that the exclusive Final Fantasy VII remake and The Last of Us II are launching in 2020, so it would be pretty reasonable to see those games during the broadcast as well.
As for games that are a little less likely, or at least shrouded in more mystery, there is Ghost of Tsushima. Fans have also been asking for more information on the samurai action game Sucker Punch, ever since it was revealed in 2018. Of course, whether or not we get either of those is a mystery.
What we do know for certain is that what we won’t see during the broadcast, that being any news regarding the next gen console that Sony is going to release sometime next year. They’ve been remarkably tight-lipped about the next generation of PlayStation, and apparently they plan to keep it that way. It’s a bit of a letdown, but there’s a certain strategy to revealing exciting info at certain times, and game companies tend to be pretty good at that.
Either way, the last State of Play of 2019 is bound to include some interesting information for Sony fans to soak up. Hopefully, a lot of that information will be release dates for games we are expecting, since it always helps keep enthusiasm and speculation in check when we know for sure when things are happening. Here’s hoping we get everything we want.
See the last State of Play broadcast from September 24th, 2019: