As noted by the insider, a few hints suggest a new State of Play event could take place next week, with some potential revelations already known.
It looks like the various game events of June 2022 have started to slow down. Fans have been enjoying brand new reveal and trailers at third-party State of Play/PSVR2, Summer Game Fest, Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, Capcom Showcase, Assassin’s Creed anniversary event, Dragon’s Dogma and Final Fantasy 7. However, while the “excursion” has slowed down, it may not be over yet. Nintendo has announced a new Direct for June 22 that focuses exclusively on Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and it is rumored that Sony is planning a State of Play event next week.
This information comes from an insider known as Tom Henderson; However, it should be clear that this is merely a patchwork of known information rather than a report. Henderson believes State of Play could happen next week for a couple of reasons. First, Sony is expected to introduce new hardware soon, including a PS5 Pro controller, and State of Play could be a good stage for that.
Second, the maker of Gran Turismo recently announced a new game update is coming “next week,” but Henderson noted that he said this on a Sunday. This leaves you confused as to whether he means June 20-24 or June 27-July 1, but the answer is most likely the latter. Finally, Henderson also pointed out Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier and his report that God of War: Ragnarok is scheduled for a November release. Two of his sources also said the announcement about that date would come sometime at the end of this month. Now, it’s possible that Sony is only releasing three updates related to its titles and first-party hardware in the coming days or weeks, but Henderson is right that this looks like an upcoming State of Play event. out.
As it stands, God of War: Ragnarok is one of the most anticipated games of the fall. This is the final chapter in Kratos’ Nordic saga and fans are expecting an epic ending. It would make sense to announce this at first-party State of Play, as it’s Sony’s biggest game schedule for the fall, but for now, fans should take this as a rumor and take it seriously. not important. However, there is only a little time in the month for this to be proven true or false.
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