PlayStation State of Play Times -  Schedule, Announcements, Where to Watch May 9 2019

PlayStation State of Play Times - Schedule, Announcements, Where to Watch May 9 2019

There’s another PlayStation reveal event on the way. Here’s everything we know thus far, including the start time.

Recently, Sony started holding PlayStation State of Play events. They are livestreams, in the vein of Nintendo Directs, focusing on a small collection of games. New details are revealed for games known to be in development, and there's even the odd announcement to enjoy. The next one takes place in May 2019, and will focus on the MediEvil remake for PS4. There will also be a new announcement, so in this PlayStation State of Play May 2019 Guide, we'll detail everything you need to know. We'll take a look at what we think will be announced, detail the schedule, and direct you to where you can watch it on the day.

PlayStation State of Play Times

Sony recently announced the details for its next State of Play event. It will take place on May 9, at 3 p.m. PT (6 p.m. ET). It will be presented in the form of a livestream, the details of which you can find below:

How to Watch PS State of Play May 2019

The PlayStation May 2019 State of Play event will be presented as a livestream. The easiest way to watch it is to head to the official PlayStation YouTube channel. It'll be live for around 10 minutes, then broken out as a YouTube video which you can watch whenever.

What Will be Shown at State of Play May 2019?

So far, we know that Sony is set to offer an extended look at MediEvil Remake for PS4. This has been a long time coming, so hopefully we'll see an update on its current release window of 2019. Elsewhere, we'll be getting a first look at a brand new PS4 title. There will also be other announcements during the show. One thing has been made perfectly clear by Sony, and that is: 'Don't expect any updates relating to our next-generation plans this time. Sorry!', as detailed in the official blog post.

For a look at what was announced in the last State of Play livestream, head to our State of Play Round-Up. For a look at what games are still to release in 2019, you'll need our Video Game Releases 2019 Guide.

Jake Green

Guides Writer

Jake is a former freelance writer who is still very much new to all of this. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and playing wonderfully silly VR games. He has an unhealthy obsession with Mega Man, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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