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Sony's next PlayStation State of Play is scheduled for next week

Expect new game reveals, sneak peeks, and updates.

Sony will host its next PlayStation State of Play next Thursday, June 2.

You can expect 30 minutes' worth of announcements and updates including "exciting reveals" from third parties, and a sneak peek at several games in development for PlayStation VR2.

Interested parties can tune in via Twitch or YouTube starting at 3pm PT, 6pm ET, and 11pm UK.

The last State of Play occurred two months ago, and while it focused on Japanese publishers, there were announcements from other studios as well.

During the show, Capcom revealed Exoprimal for PS4 and PS5 for 2023, Ghostwire: Tokyo received a new trailer, the third demo for Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin was released, a new trailer for Square Enix's Forspoken was shown, and it was announced that Gundam Evolution is coming West.

TMNT: The Cowabunga Collection was announced as coming this year, GigaBash was given a 2022 release on PS4/PS5, a new JoJo's Bizarre Adventure fighting game was announced for this year, Devolver Digital released a trailer for feudal Japan-themed samurai game Trek to Yomi, Returnal's Ascension DLC was announced, Square Enix revealed its new strategy RPG titled The DioField Chronicle, and Valkyrie Elysium was given a 2022 release window for PS4 and PS5.

Hopefully, the June State of Play will feature just as many announcements.

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