PlayStation State of Play is set to air at 6 p.m. ET Thursday and debut a load of new content for Sony's home console.
Similar to Nintendo's Direct series, State of Play is meant to hype up and showcase new games and content coming to the PlayStation 4. With Sony set to skip E3 this year, State of Play is one of the saving graces for PS4 fans wanting new information.
Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming PlayStation State of Play.
PlayStation State of Play: What to Expect From the Broadcast
According to the announcement, Sony is set to give fans an extended look at the MediEvil sequel. Originally released in 1998 on the PSX, MediEvil spawned a sequel in 2000 and a PlayStation Portable remake in 2005. The action-adventure hack-and-slash is getting a new entry as players will be able to control Sir Daniel Fortesque once again.
Sid Shuman, director of social media, also said in the PlayStation blog post that there will be a first look at a new title. Plus, other updates and announcements for PS4 games are set to be made.
One piece, that might upset fans though, is that there will not be any information about the PS5 per the announcement.
State of Play airs on Thursday a 6 p.m. ET on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.