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The Next PlayStation State of Play Event Could Drop This September

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PlayStation’s State of Play series could very well see in a new episode this September, a recent report has suggested.

The report in question, of course, is Jeff Grubb’s “GrubbSnax” with Giant Bomb, which aired on Thursday. In the talk, Grubb shed light on the notion, hinting at a September slate for the next digital showcase. Although refusing to spill the beans on all the core details of the upcoming event, Grubb did raise a few questions surrounding the likes of Horizon Forbidden West, as well as other works under Sony’s enormous belt.

Horizon Forbidden West, which was originally slated for a 2021 window, has received rumours suggesting a 2022 delay is inevitable. Again, neither Sony nor Guerrilla Games have officially confirmed the setback, though the industry insider has pointed towards its eventual delay through various sources. And, with the next State of Play potentially circled for September, it’s looking as though the news could become concrete during the show. But, of course, that’s just one of the many threads that may or may not unravel during the event.

Horizon Forbidden West could be delayed to 2022, reports suggest.

It’s on the Horizon, that’s the main thing…

As far as a set date goes for the next State of Play event — we’re totally in the dark. But that isn’t to say we don’t have any level of inkling regarding its upcoming agenda. Of course, you can always take it with a grain of salt, but, going on a historical note, it’s looking as though God of War: Ragnarok, as well as the PSVR 2, will make an appearance, alongside the highly-anticipated Horizon Forbidden West. And then, as per the usual routine, you can expect a few indie nuggets and exclusive talks with industry icons.

So, not a great deal to report, unfortunately. The bottom line is — State of Play could be coming our way this September, which only leaves a few weeks before Sony present their next bundle of gifts. Here’s hoping there will be far more toys than coal to unwrap. Fingers crossed, anyway.

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