Sony Interactive Entertainment recently announced that it will be launching a new event in the State of Play series on October 27.
While not long after Sony's previous big event, they have introduced a new part of the smaller State of Play event. Interestingly, Sony has held a big or small event almost every two months this year. Unlike the previous big event, which lasted more than 40 minutes and featured important games from PlayStation's in-house studios and saw some surprises, the new event introduced will be a regular State of Play and will only last 20 minutes./p> This event will be held at 00:30 on Thursday of this week.
As with previous events, this State of Play event will also be available via YouTube (in English and Japanese) and, of course, Twitch. This event will be held at 00:30 on Thursday of this week. Sony has announced to some extent what we can expect from this event.
According to Sony on the official PlayStation Blog, the 20-minute event introduces new trailers of third-party studio games to be released. The PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 consoles will be released in focus. In addition to the new trailers of games that have been introduced in the past, Sony has stated that several new introductions will be made at this event. We will probably see a show or introduction of a number of independent games as well.
Will we finally see the new Final Fantasy 16 show or do we have to wait until Game Awards?
As Sony has announced, the focus of this event is on third-party studio game shows, We will not see many trailers from PlayStation in-house studios. Of course, unlike some of the previous State of Play series, Sony did not explicitly state in its blog that none of the PlayStation studio's in-house games will be present at all, but it is reasonable not to expect much in this regard.
However, based on what Sony has written on its blog, we prefer to keep our expectations reasonable for now. After all, State of Play has always been a place where Sony has held its smaller shows.
Source: PlayStation Blog