The next PlayStation State of Play is coming on Thursday, April 13, at 2 pm PDT/5 pm EDT/11 pm CEST. It’ll feature 20 minutes of new Final Fantasy 16 gameplay, so those wanting a look at other upcoming titles are out of luck. We’ve already seen quite a bit of the game during the run-up to launch, but this will likely be the most candid preview to date.
When is the April PlayStation State of Play?
You can catch the next State of Play on April 13 on Twitch and YouTube according to the official blog post. Here’s a more comprehensive list of when it’ll start in timezones across the world:
- Pacific Daylight Time (PDT): 2 pm
- Mountain Daylight Time (MDT): 3 pm
- Central Daylight Time (CDT): 4 pm
- Eastern Daylight Time (EDT): 5 pm (original time)
- Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) / Coordinated Universal Time (UTC): 9 pm
- British Summer Time (BST) / Central European Summer Time (CEST): 10 pm
- Pakistan Standard Time (PKT): 2 am (4/14)
- Indian Standard Time (IST): 2:30 am (4/14)
- China Standard Time (CST) / Australian Western Standard Time (AWST): 5 am (4/14)
- Japan Standard Time (JST) / Korea Standard Time (KST): 6 am (4/14)
- Australian Central Standard Time (ACST): 6:30 am (4/14)
- Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST): 7 am (4/14)
- New Zealand Standard Time (NZST): 9 am (4/14)
This State of Play might be one of our last big looks at Final Fantasy 16 before its launch on June 22, 2023. Up to this point, we’ve seen a lot of combat, so hopefully, we’ll get a chance to check out a few exploration segments in the stream.