Come watch PlayStation’s State of Play stream

Today’s PS4 and PS5 showcase was mostly known quantities

Any month with a Nintendo Direct and a State of Play is a good month for video game news – especially when they’re main events, not mini showcases or single-game streams like we’ve been seeing.

The February 2021 State of Play presentation starts today at 2:00 pm Pacific. It’s about 30 minutes.

What to expect from the show: “new updates and deep dives for 10 games coming to PS4 and PS5,” according to Sony. What not to expect: “PlayStation hardware or business-focused updates.”

There’s been enough of a gap since the last showing – and we’re early enough into the PS5 generation – that I feel like people can speculate just about anything right now, and there’s a chance it could happen. One example: the chatter surrounding the March PlayStation Plus lineup is heating way up.

Expect little, dodge disappointment. That’s my motto.

(Update) These are the highlights from the very-very-low-key-until-it-wasn’t State of Play:

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