PlayStation State Of Play And Nintendo Direct Coming Within Next Month, Says Insider

PlayStation State Of Play And Nintendo Direct Coming Within Next Month, Says Insider

Date: January 10, 2024

By Hanna Rose

A reliable gaming insider has claimed that we’ll be getting a Nintendo Direct and State of Play within the next month.

According to a trustworthy gaming insider, it’s likely that a Nintendo Direct will take place in February, and we can also anticipate a State of Play presentation from PlayStation “in the next few weeks.”

After a period of relative silence following The Game Awards, the gaming news scene seems to be picking up again. In addition to several major game releases in the upcoming weeks, there are indications that we’ll soon get a glimpse of what lies ahead for the rest of the year.

As highlighted by Reddit user NeonG95 on the GamingLeaksAndRumours subreddit, gaming insider Jeff Grubb shared these insights on the latest episode of Giant Bomb’s Bomb Cast while discussing upcoming presentations from gaming publishers and developers. Grubb, in his discussion about Xbox plans, mentioned expectations for a Nintendo Direct in February and a State of Play from PlayStation “in the coming weeks.”

Grubb expressed confidence that we can reliably anticipate a Nintendo Direct in February, given Nintendo’s consistent scheduling. While this is expected, it’s reassuring to hear reports confirming it for skeptics.

In addition to the Nintendo Direct, Grubb also mentioned hearing about an upcoming State of Play from PlayStation “in the next few weeks.” Although he couldn’t specify the exact timing, he confirmed that it’s in the works. While it’s a common occurrence for PlayStation to host such events at the beginning of the year, it presents a good opportunity to get a glimpse of their upcoming projects.

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However, Grubb cautioned against setting overly high expectations for the content showcased by PlayStation. During the discussion, he described them as potentially feeling like “contractual obligations” and warned that they could be “disappointing” for fans. Those familiar with State of Play presentations are aware of this, but let’s hope that this year’s early edition surpasses the somewhat underwhelming showcase from 2023, which notably featured our first look at Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

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