How to watch PlayStation State of Play September 2022: Date, time, stream, what to expect

Liam Mackay
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Sony are showcasing more of their upcoming titles at September’s PlayStation State of Play, so here’s how to watch it including the date, time, stream, and everything you can expect.

September is a huge month for gaming reveals, with the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Mirage officially announced, the Nintendo Direct showcase on the 13th, and both Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 being revealed at September 15’s Call of Duty Next event.

Sony are also throwing their hat in the ring with another PlayStation State of Play stream taking place on September 13, only a few hours after Nintendo’s event. Here’s how to watch the PlayStation State of Play and everything set to be shown at the event.

How to watch PlayStation State of Play: Date, time, stream

The PlayStation State of Play event will take place on September 13 at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET / 11 PM BST on PlayStation’s Twitch and YouTube channels.

Sony expects the State of Play stream to have around 20 minutes worth of reveals, showing off footage for 10 different games.

What will be shown at PlayStation State of Play

Sony confirmed that September 13’s State of Play will feature “some great updates from our amazing Japanese partners, along with a few other surprises from developers all around the world.”

In this presentation, there will be “new updates and fresh gameplay footage for 10 games coming to PS5, PS4, and PS VR2.”

While upcoming Sony titles such as God of War Ragnarok may be shown off, it sounds like September’s State of Play will focus on games from their third-party studios. Fans are desperate for any more news on Final Fantasy 16 and the Resident Evil 4 Remake, but we could also see some total surprises.

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Liam is CharlieIntel's Editor. After graduating in Journalism from Edinburgh Napier University, Liam made use of his passion for FPS games, including Call of Duty, by writing for sites such as The Nerd Stash, Red Bull Gaming, and GAMINGbible before joining CharlieIntel in November 2020. You can contact Liam at [email protected].