Sony have announced 2019's last State of Play start date and gave some information about what will and what will not be shared during the 20-minute event. New game release date announcements, new gameplay footage, PlayStation Worldwide Studios updates, and more will be fair game.
As 2019 winds down and the Holiday spirit takes precedence over menial stuff such as work, PlayStation is ramping up to deliver the last morsels of news for the year.
The 20 minute-ish long State of Play will deliver the latest intel on the upcoming titles, release dates, show some fresh gameplay footage and updates on the PlayStation Worldwide Studios. The blog post detailing the event has warned: "Don’t expect any updates related to our next-gen plans in this episode. You can watch live on Twitch, YouTube and Facebook, as usual. Can’t wait to see what you think! See you Tuesday!"
Frankly, it was safe to assume that the powers that be won't risk muddying the waters and announcing an entirely new console while pumping out cross-gen games. You can catch 2019's final episode of State of Play on Tuesday, 10 December at 2 pm GMT or 3 pm CET.
AltChar's own Ghost speculated that there could be an announcement concerning Resident Evil 3 Remake. The game's icon was leaked via the PlayStation Store and started an avalanche of rumours that the title itself was slated for a reveal at the 2019 Game Awards. The rumours were dispatched with haste by the show producer, Geoff Keighley in an AMA session on Reddit.
PlayStation 4 Plus subscribers can download Titanfall 2 and Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Video Game for free this month. Sony's decision to make the shooter free this month saw the game's concurrent player count jump from 1,500 player average to just under 70,000 players logged in at the same time.