Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced that it will be kicking off a new broadcast event named State of Play this Monday, which looks to be the PlayStation maker's answer to Nintendo Direct.

Episode One will air at 9.00pm UK time on March 25, and promises to provide 'updates and announcements from the world of PlayStation.' With Sony not attending E3 this year, it seems like this is the direction they're going for the time being when it comes to dropping reveals. 

PlayStation 4 still has a couple of big games on the horizon, including Days Gone, Death Stranding, Dreams, Ghost of Tsushima, and The Last of Us: Part II. However, out of that lot, only Days Gone has a release date at present.

As for the rest, we don't even know if they will be out in 2019, hence why Sony's slate might end up being a bit lacking this year. I wouldn't be surprised if The Last of Us: Part II and Death Stranding arrive in 2020 as a swansong for PS4, for example.

Hopefully State of Play will provide us with some answers.

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