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PlayStation Experience Reportedly Planned Imminently, Showcasing Major Games

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PlayStation Experience Reportedly Planned Imminently, Showcasing Major Games

With PlayStation having already showcased a good chunk of new Horizon Forbidden West footage, at the end of May, and having not confirmed a State of Play-style broadcast for the E3/Summer Games Fest period next week - holy sheet, next week - while the likes of Xbox and Ubisoft have, it feels like we'll not be getting something big covering PlayStation 5 and PS4 releases for a little while, yet. Though, it might just be that said "little while" really is a short length of time.

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Strictly rumour stuff, this, but there might be something big on the horizon for fans of all things PlayStation - and that horizon could well be dated June 28. This is according to a new rumour-centric post on Reddit which claims that a PlayStation Experience broadcast - the 'Experience' branding tending to be reserved for bigger deals than the now-common State of Play events - is set for said date, missing E3 but following not too far behind it.

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Naturally, this is not confirmed, and we cannot say with any confidence that a significant PlayStation-orientated event will be happening at the end of June. However, this leak apparently comes from an email to a participating party, and its details while slim are definitely a little juicy.

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he leak states that the PlayStation Experience event will show off more from a Guerrilla Games production - so, that'll be more Horizon Forbidden West, most likely accompanied by a release date (November 30, 2021 is being suggested). There will also be a proper look at whatever Square Enix and Bluepoint Games are said to be cooking up together, which could be Legacy of Kain, and the next-gen PlayStation VR headset, which we'll call PSVR2 for want of a better name, right now.

Also said to feature are games from Sony Santa Monica - which you've got to assume will be the God of War sequel, which we've all been calling Ragnarok - and Capcom, who could show up with a first look at Street Fighter 6, which is expected to be released in late 2022.

Whether or not June 28 is when we'll see this stuff, it's unlikely that Sony will keep us waiting given Xbox and Bethesda are joining forces for an E3-period presentation on June 13 which will, surely, reveal a host of great-looking new games, many of which will be exclusive to Xboxes and PC.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Topics: Horizon Forbidden West, PlayStation 5, E3, Square Enix, PlayStation 4, God Of War

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