State of Play in February 2023: Sony announces live stream for this week

Sony's next State of Play may be coming soon and will introduce new third party games.

Sony has announced the first State of Play in 2023.

For a few weeks there have been rumors and rumors about the date of the first big State of Play of the new year. Now Sony finally has the official date itself in one blog post announced – and it’s not that long away.

This is the date and time of the State of Play

  • Date of State of Play: Thursday February 23rd, 2023
  • Time of State of Play: 10 p.m. German time

Where can I view the State of Play? You can watch the live stream live on Twitter and YouTube look at.

As always, GamePro will accompany the event and compile all important State of Play announcements on the site for you.

This will be seen at State of Play

While Sony is still keeping a low profile with the complete lineup, the Japanese blog entry already stated that the show should last around 45 minutes and that 16 titles for PS4, PS5 and PSVR 2 will be presented.

Sony has even officially announced one of the games shown: In total, there should be around 15 minutes of gameplay details and new updates for the DC game Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League to see during the show.

That makes perfect sense, after all, the title is supposed to be released this year, but still has no concrete release date. That could finally change with the State of Play.

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You can watch a trailer of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League here:

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League - New trailer for the game of brutal anti-heroes


Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – New trailer for the game of brutal anti-heroes

Other games are not yet known, but at least Sony has also announced that the live stream will give us a first look at five upcoming games for PSVR 2, all of which are due to be released later this year.

There will also be several games from third-party studios at State of Play. We’ll have to wait until Thursday to find out exactly what that will be.

Which games are you dying to see at the first State of Play of the year?