Sony's got 20 more minutes of trailers and announcements primed and ready to go before the end of 2019, so it's time for one last State of Play of the year. We might get new glimpses of some of Sony's last few PS4 exclusives, but so far Sony's been playing its cards close to its chest.
To watch the State of Play presentation live, have the embedded YouTube video open on December 10 at 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT. The whole show is set to last for about 20 minutes.
Since the last State of Play, one highly anticipated PS4 title was released and another got delayed. Going into late 2019, Death Stranding, The Last of Us Part 2, and Ghost of Tsushima stood out as the three biggest titles slated for the last year of the PS4. Now that everyone can get their hands on Kojima's strand game and Naughty Dog's pushed back its sequel following a showcase in the previous State of Play, all eyes are on Sucker Punch's samurai adventure. Maybe we'll finally see more of it, maybe we won't.
Sony has promised game reveals, plural, for the presentation. One potential triple-A contender for State of Play headliner is a remake of Resident Evil 3. Though Capcom has yet to acknowledge its existence, but multiple reports have confirmed that the remake is slated for a 2020 release and cover art leaked via PlayStation Network listings just last week.
The only thing we know for certain about what will be featured during this State of Play is one thing that won't be discussed: the PlayStation 5. As with the last few State of Play presentations, Sony has warned ahead of time that there won't be new details on its next generation plans. In the meantime, USgamer can get you up-to-speed with everything we've learned about the PS5 so far.