State of Play, Shuhei Yoshida reiterates the contents of the event

State of Play, Shuhei Yoshida reiterates the contents of the event

State of Play

Shuhei Yoshida, historical figure of the PlayStation world, and currently responsible for the relationship between indies and the platform, invited everyone to carefully read yesterday's announcement relating to the State of Play, probably to avoid excessive expectations. In particular, he underlined the passage relating to the contents presented during the event.

Yoshida, in fact, underlines that the announcement speaks of third party contents, in addition to the preview of various titles in development for PSVR 2. During the State of Play, therefore, we will not see titles developed by Sony's internal studios. It will therefore be highly unlikely to see titles like God of War during the conference, however, it is not certain that the broadcast does not reveal some interesting games. In fact, products like Hogwarts Legacy could be shown that will surely impress fans.

State of Play next Thursday, brings new game reveals, sneak peeks, and updates -

- Shuhei Yoshida (@yosp) May 27, 2022

The choice could make sense since including the PlayStation Studios games in the State of Play would likely have stolen the show from other titles. In this way, however, Sony offers an interesting showcase for third-party developers who will have more space. We remind you that the conference will be streamed on June 2, 2022 at 11:59 pm Italian time. The expected duration is thirty minutes and the contents shown will be those we have talked about so far. Finally, the exclusion of PlayStation Studios could indicate the arrival of other events dedicated only to titles developed by Sony. Stay tuned for all the news coming from the Japanese company.

Street Fighter 6 Rumoured For State Of Play Reveal On June 2

Street Fighter 6 release

Capcom may be preparing for a formal Street Fighter 6 reveal at next week’s State of Play event on June 2, if information heard by Gamebeat’s Jeff Grubb manages to bear fruit.

Speaking on Twitter following PlayStation’s announcement that a State of Play is due to happen next week, Grubb mentioned that this is likely where we’ll see the sixth entries in the classic fighting franchise as it’s one of the games that ‘’Capcom is definitely supposed to have for these summer reveals.”

Perhaps giving further credence to the rumour, Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida was quick to emphasise on Twitter that this upcoming State of Play would primarily focus on ‘exciting reveals from our third-party’ partners’, so it’s likely games from third-party partners such as Capcom will take centre stage alongside PSVR 2 content, which may include a return for the Killzone series.

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Initially revealed via a teaser trailer back in February, reaction to Street Fighter 6’s art style was mostly positive, though eyebrows were raised over its curious logo. Nevertheless, Capcom’s famed fighting series has always drawn a significant crowd and the Osaka-based developer will be looking for success right out of the gate following a tepid release reception for its predecessor due to its lack of content at launch.

[Source – Twitter]

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