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PlayStation the New State of Play and the Future PlayStation Meeting Reportedly Scheduled

The next State of Play and the future PlayStation meeting dates have been leaked and it looks like we’ll be getting new details on the upcoming Death Stranding, Star Wars Jedi and The Last of Us Part 2 video games.

According to rumors, the next PlayStation State of Play is going live on November 1, 2019, it will be longer than the previous State of Play and the most important titles for this event will be:

  • Death Stranding (launch trailer)
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
  • The Last of Us Part 2 (release date trailers, May 2020)

Now, according to the leak, Ghost of Tsushima is not scheduled for this event, and it looks like they will be announcing something about the game during the new, upcoming PlayStation meeting which is scheduled to go live on February 12, 2020.

It looks like Sony started to make plans for the next PlayStation meeting and rumors are coming in that the event will go live on February 12, 2020, and the presentation will focus mostly on the future of PlayStation and the reveal of the new console PS5 and the main games of the event will be The Last of Ua Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima.

In addition, the top management of the marketing team started planning official consultations on the official marketing presentation of the new Sony PSVR 2 before the start of the fiscal year 2021.

Please take this with a huge grain of salt as nothing is officially confirmed at the moment and have in mind that the leaker got this info from a former senior marketing manager of Sony.

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Dejan Kacurov

Hi, gamers! You can call me Mr. DComplex. I'm a gamer, a hardcore gamer. My favorite genres are Action RPG and MMORPG. At the moment I'm using my PC as my only gaming platform, but soon I might get a new PS4 from Angel. Update - Angel did get me a PS4, oh wait, it's the PS4 PRO 1TB!!! Much love bro!

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