The PlayStation Showcase 2021 broadcast kicks off Thursday, with a 40-minute livestream set to reveal upcoming PS5 games releasing this holiday and beyond. What can we expect? Difficult to say, but we’re hoping for and God of War: Ragnarok.
Thenext-gen PlayStation console has been at retailers since its launch last November.
When does the PlayStation Showcase start?
The PlayStation Showcase will be livestreamed starting at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET, which converts to 9 p.m. BST or 8 a.m. Friday AEST.
How to watch the PlayStation Showcase
The event will be streamed from PlayStation’s YouTube and Twitch channels. We’ve embedded the YouTube link above, you can watch right here. Be sure to stick around after the main presentation, since developers will give us “more updates” about the featured games.
What should we expect from the PlayStation Showcase?
The company didn’t mention any games we’ll see, but it feels like a good time to show us the sequel to 2018’s God of War or — both are scheduled to come out in 2022. The much-anticipated is . We could also get a glimpse at , which was announced for a fall release without a trailer on Tuesday, or even some concrete details about .
An PS5-enhanced version ofis in November, and developer Rockstar previously hinted that we’re in for some “fun surprises” to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Grand Theft Auto 3’s October 2001 release — we might see the .
It’s also been a year since Square Enix, so we might get a little more about that, and it feels like we’re overdue an announcement of a sequel to after last year’s .
We won’t be seeingduring this showcase, Sony noted.