Nintendo And Sony Prepare A Broadcast Each For Today!

We will follow Nintendo’s coverage first and then Sony’s.


Let’s go in chronological order. Nintendo has announced on Twitter that it will be releasing forty minutes of information, mainly about games for Nintendo Switch that will be released this winter. Still, knowing the Japanese company, there may be new announcements (and there have been rumors of a new Donkey Kong game, for example). You can follow the Nintendo Direct on YouTube and on Nintendo’s website. The show starts at 7 AM PT/10 AM ET. It will undoubtedly be much more exciting than Sony’s show, and that’s not meant as a criticism.

Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced on the PlayStation Blog that it will be hosting a 27-minute State of Play broadcast. It will feature games already announced for PlayStation consoles. The company will cover just about everything from indie titles through PlayStation VR2 to big, anticipated third-party titles. The coverage will start at an inconvenient time, 11 PM CET. It’s best to sleep instead because if Sony has said that the focus will be on the titles already announced, there might not be any surprises in the show, which can be watched on YouTube, Twitch and TikTok, which we don’t recommend.

Lately, Sony has been rightly taking criticism for its massive price hikes on all three tiers of PlayStation Plus, and we’ll be covering the September update to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium later today. At first reading, it’s fair to say that the price increase doesn’t seem to have significantly boosted the quality of the games on offer. And for that reason, it might be best to keep one eye on the Nintendo Direct, as the company is slowly getting to the point where it will announce its next-generation console, with the Switch now six-and-a-half years old…

We’ll see how exciting announcements will come from Nintendo and Sony…

Source: Gematsu, Gematsu

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