Sony PlayStation held a State of Play conference earlier today to unveil release dates and trailers for upcoming games.

State of Play is similar to Nintendo's long-standing Direct broadcasts or Inside Xbox (also appearing online today), which highlight and detail new games, trailers, and features coming up in the next few months. Here are the biggest announcements and trailers from today’s livestream.

We also tell you how you can still watch it online.

When was State of Play?

The online-only video started at 3pm PT/9pm BST on 24 September 2019.

How can you still watch State of Play?

You can watch it here, after the fact, via the video at the top of this page. Alternatively, you will also be able to watch it on PlayStation's several social media platforms and channels: Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.

What was announced during State of Play?

Sony hosted a State of Play conference on Tueday, to unveil a release date for Wattam, the next game from the creator of Katamari Damacy, and offer acloser look at Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. We were also treated to a new The Last of Us Part II trailer and even given a release date.

The Last of Us: Part II

Sony revealed  the next installment in Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us series will finally arrive 21 February 2020. A new trailer was also shown.

Death Stranding limited-edition PS4 Pro bundle

Death Stranding launches 8 November alongside a PS4 Pro bundle featuring a white console (covered in handprints) and a BB pod controller.

Civilization VI

Civilization VI, which released on PC in 2016, will come to the PS4 and Xbox One on 22 November. Sony released a trailer for the game, too.

Call of Dury: Modern Warfare

Sony, with Infinity Ward and Activision, previewed a new story trailer for the next installment in the Call of Duty series, Modern Warfare.


Wattam, the latest game from Katamari Damacy's creator, Keita Takahash, got a December 2019 launch timeframe and a new trailer.

Is that it?

Sony also announced Humanity, a game from Enhance that will have an optional PlayStation VR mode. Lastly, Sony released a trailer for the remake of MediEvil and said you can download a free demo right now on the PlayStation Store.