PlayStation State of Play Livestream Coming Thursday: How to Watch, Start Time

Sony is set to broadcast its first PlayStation State of Play livestream event of the year on Thursday, February 23, at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET. The company is expected to make a number of announcements during the 20-minute show, which will focus on upcoming games for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 consoles. Gamers can tune in to the livestream on PlayStation’s Twitch and YouTube channels.

State of Play is Sony’s answer to Nintendo Direct and Xbox’s Inside Xbox, offering fans a regular glimpse at what’s coming up next for PlayStation consoles. In the past, the events have been used to debut new game footage, reveal previously unannounced titles, and provide updates on upcoming releases.

The February State of Play is expected to feature a range of games for both the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, with some reports suggesting that the show could include gameplay from Horizon Forbidden West, the upcoming sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn. The State of Play may also include news on other highly anticipated titles, such as the next God of War game or the recently announced Marvel’s Wolverine game, both of which are currently in development.

To watch the livestream, gamers can head to the PlayStation Twitch or YouTube channels, both of which will carry the event live. Fans who miss the live broadcast can also catch up on the highlights afterwards, with a replay of the show available to watch on both channels shortly after the broadcast ends.