State of Play Focusing on Suicide Squad and PS VR2 Games Tomorrow

Task Force X is here.
Task Force X is here. Rocksteady Studios

PlayStation fans have been eagerly anticipating new information about upcoming titles for their expensive console. After months of silence, Sony is finally hosting a smaller online event where fans can learn more.

What to Expect

The State of Play event will go live tomorrow at 4 p.m. EST and will provide an extended look at Rocksteady's next game, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The upcoming co-op game will receive more than 15 minutes of coverage. Additionally, several indie and third-party titles will be showcased, with the highly-anticipated remake of Resident Evil 4 likely to make an appearance. The biggest reveal in the event will be the five new upcoming games for PS VR2.

The event can be watched via the official Twitch and YouTube channels, and more information is available on the PlayStation blog.

What Not to Expect

Major first-party games like Marvel's Spider-Man 2, Death Stranding 2, and The Last of Us Factions will not be showcased at this event. However, a previous leak suggests that Sony will hold its bigger PlayStation Showcase before June where people can expect the reveal of some of the first-party content. A showcase before June makes sense since Sony is expected to skip E3 2023.

PC Ports

PC players will also be watching these events closely for any PC port announcements. Currently, the only upcoming PS game confirmed for Microsoft Windows is The Last of Us Part 1, launching on March 28. No other ports have been announced but many players are eagerly waiting for PC versions of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, Horizon Forbidden West, and TLOU Part 2.

Sony’s State of Play event has gamers excited about upcoming games. While major first-party games may not appear in this event, the next PlayStation Showcase may give insights into the biggest upcoming titles. So, be sure to tune in tomorrow at 4 p.m. EST to catch the State of Play event live and see your anticipated game.

So, are you excited about the upcoming State of Play? Do you care about PS VR2 games or the upcoming Suicide Squad title? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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