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Sony has announced at the last minute that it will hold a state of affairs tomorrow, September 13. According to Sony, the show will last approximately 20 minutes. It will “contain reveals, new updates and new gameplay footage for 10 games coming to PS5, PS4 and PS VR2.”
if PlayStation’s blog post is an indication, the show will focus on games from Japanese makers ahead of the Tokyo Game Show. However, the company teased that that’s not all: the show will feature “some great updates from our great Japanese partners, along with a few other surprises from developers around the world.”
Sony’s Japanese partners include Capcom, which has a new Street Fighter title, and the RE4 remake in the works. We could also see a bit of Square Enix as the company has multiple Final Fantasy titles in development.
Nintendo is also holding its Fall Direct tomorrow, but the state of play will be later in the day.
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