Sony PlayStation team hasn’t attended E3; the biggest gaming event for the past two years i.e in 2019 and 2020, it is expected that the company won’t be attending the event this year also, despite the latter being canceled finally. For those interested in the State of Play, it is quite necessary for them to glance back at what PlayStation did in the past and their list of upcoming games on the horizon. After missing E3, the question many users might be asking is what to expect from Sony this summer. Will the State of Play happen? To answer this question, it is necessary to look back at what PlayStation did in the past and its upcoming games on the horizon.
What Does Sony Say?
The company mentioned the reason two years ago stating that they want to establish their own way to communicate and interact with their audience, which clearly means that the State of Play events would be the highlight of The Sony event team. Many users are concerned after Sony missing E3, asking several questions regarding their expectations from Sony, this Summer.
Sony Summer 2021 Plans
Sony is launching Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart on 11 June. Horizon Forbidden West gameplay was revealed on 27 May State of Play and God of War 2 has been announced to be moved to 2022. Besides those, there are many other titles coming to PlayStation is showcasing both exclusively and non-exclusively including Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Solar Ash, Little Devil Inside, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Forspoken, Pragmata, or the new IP being developed by Bend Studios. This Summer, regarding games, Sony has a wide list of treats for the gamers to show, without even considering those yet to be revealed.
State Of Play: Expected Date
Concerning when the State of Play could be held, recently in 2021, two events took place on 29 April 2021 and 25 February 2021. However, in 2020, Sony held 3 events on 14 May, 27 May, and 6 August. The events occurred months ahead of upcoming big releases and usually announced just a few days in advance. The only games launching in summer and the near after are Kena: Bridge of Spirits and Ghostwire: Tokyo. A State of Play could serve to highlight these titles as well as to present new information and tease future titles. Grounded in pure speculation, June could be the month for it if Sony is looking to catch user attention after E3 2021 or maybe in July as Electronic Arts is doing with its own event.