PlayStation is Holding a State of Play This Thursday to Showcase Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

PlayStation State of Play February 2023

PlayStation has announced its first State of Play broadcast of 2023 which will take place on Thursday, February 23, 2023. The broadcast will give us new looks at some of the anticipated games coming to PlayStation consoles by third-party partners along with a first look at some of the upcoming games for PS VR2. The broadcast will also feature over 15 minutes of all-new gameplay details and updates on Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League which is slated for release later this year by Rocksteady Games.

The State of Play February 2023 will take place on February 23, 2023, at 1 PM PT and you will be able to catch the show on PlayStation’s official Twitch and YouTube channels. The event is still ahead however the broadcast’s link is now live and we have linked it below for you. It is around 37 hours away from the time of publishing this article.

Sony’s PS VR2 headset is releasing today and according to its reviews, it is turning out to be a massive upgrade from the first PS VR. Despite its heavy price, even more than the PS5 console, it is getting some really cool games such as Before Your Eyes, CREED Rise to Glory: Championship Edition, Kayak VR: Mirage, and Horizon Call of the Mountain. From its impressive reveal, if a game is not releasing on the PS VR2 headset right at launch, they are either releasing in April or in March 2023 so if you are getting your hands on the PS VR2 headset, you will have tons of titles to play on it.

Rocksteady Games is currently hard at work developing Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and the upcoming broadcast will be showcasing nearly 15 minutes of new gameplay and updates on the upcoming title. Rocksteady has done a stellar job on all of its Batman releases which is why everyone is really hyped to see how good the new game is going to be. In its previous trailer, Rocksteady showcased Batman as a villain in the game as well as Flash as a villain. The game is looking really good so far and we cannot wait to see more this Thursday.

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