PlayStation State of Play December: Start time, how to watch latest PS4 stream

Sony has announced that the next State of Play stream – the last one of 2019! – will be going live tomorrow.

The Nintendo Direct-inspired streams tend to make some pretty big announcements about PlayStation and its upcoming roster of games, and we don't expect the show that's going to round out the decade to be any different.

After all, rumours persist that we're going to see more wholly new games announced, and we know for a fact we're going to get update about titles already in development.

So, ahead of the stream going live, here's everything you need to know about December's PlayStation State of Play.

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State of Play December – Start Time

"2019's final episode of State of Play kicks off Tuesday, December 10 at 6:00am Pacific Time," reads a tweet from the PlayStation account.

That means UK viewers can look forward to seeing the whole thing kick off at 2pm GMT on Tuesday, December 10 .

The show is slated to last about 20 minutes, so don't expect this to go on much longer than that.

State of Play December – What to expect

"We’ve got around 20 minutes of new game reveals, release date announcements, new gameplay footage, PlayStation Worldwide Studios updates, and more" Sony has revealed to us so far.

But as for specifics, we're currently a little uncertain.

We know that there have been rumorus of a new Crash Bandicoot game flying around, and last week Sony revealed that there are currently no next-gen plans for the show, either: "And it probably bears repeating: Don’t expect any updates related to our next-gen plans in this episode" Sony said in the announcement.

We can likely expect an update on the Resident Evil 3 Remake that was uncovered last week – since the game won't be present at The Game Awards, we're almost certainly going to se it crop up here.

Also, the YouTube playlist for Ghost of Tsushima was refreshed recently on Sony’s channel – maybe to add a secret trailer.

Expect to hear an update on that at some point in the not too distant future.

If you want an idea of the format you can expect from the show, check out the video below.

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