A New State of Play Coming in February – Rumor

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For the last few weeks, PlayStation fans have been starving for some information about upcoming games. The last PS event titled the State of Play took place back in October. Since then, Sony has mostly stayed silent about some of its upcoming games. According to a recent rumor, it seems like fans won’t have to wait for long.

A Big Event Coming in February

Tom Henderson, a well-known leaker in the industry, claimed that a new State of Play will take place in February. He also claimed that it will be a “pretty big one.” That’s unusual because normally, a State of Play is focused on indie games. Sony usually reveals its behemoth titles during PlayStation Showcase. In the last PS Showcase, Sony revealed Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Marvel’s Wolverine, God of War Ragnarok gameplay, and more.

Possible Titles

Sony has more than 25 games in development. That’s a pretty big number. Nobody expects to get full details, but we do want some information about them.

There is a very good chance Horizon Forbidden West will be shown as it's releasing on February 18. We could also see more details about PSVR2 and some of its upcoming titles. The VR was officially revealed a week ago along with a VR game, Horizon Call of the Mountain.

Sony might reveal whatever Naughty Dog is up to. It will be great to finally see the TLOU multiplayer game, Factions. The previously rumored, The Last of Us Remake and The Last of Us Part 2 Director’s Cut, could also be present.

A PC announcement of any PlayStation exclusive will be highly appreciated as well.

Indie Titles

State of Play is known to have several Indie titles. There are several small games that we are looking forward to, including the martial art game, Sifu. I am also interested in Little Devil Inside and Stray.

So what do you think? Are you interested in State of Play? Which game do you want to see at the event? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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