Sony has announced a new State of Play livestream, which airs today, February 23. The show kicks off at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET and will feature a selection of PSVR 2 games alongside some heavy-hitting third-party games like Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Destiny 2: Lightfall. Here’s how to watch the PlayStation State of Play, the start time, and what to expect from the show.

How to watch PlayStation State of Play

The PlayStation State of Play will be livestreamed on many of Sony’s official channels, including YouTube and Twitch. We’ve embedded the stream above so you can watch the whole thing right here, if you wish, and start times by timezone are below:

  • 1 PM PT
  • 3 PM CT
  • 4 PM ET
  • 9 PM GMT

What to expect from PlayStation State of Play

The main event for the first State of Play for 2023 will be a new look at Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Sony says that new gameplay details and updates on the Rocksteady-developed game will be shown off, providing an in-depth look at what fans can expect from the title.

Only a handful of details on the game have been revealed so far, including it being the final performance of the late Kevin Conroy as Batman, and gameplay has largely been kept under wraps. Several weeks ago, screenshots of Suicide Squad’s live service elements were leaked online, showing off a battle pass system that is focused on cosmetics and a currency for each anti-hero.

The game hasn’t received a concrete release date yet after it was delayed from 2022 to Spring 2023 due to Rocksteady requiring more time to polish the experience.

“We’ve made the difficult decision to delay Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League to Spring 2023,” former Rocksteady director and co-founder Sefton Hill said at the time. “I know a delay is frustrating but that time is going into making the best game we can. I look forward to bringing the chaos to Metropolis together.”

Alongside that game and more Destiny 2: Lightfall goodness, we are going to get a look at PlayStation VR 2 games. The headset just launched, and Sony is looking to make a big splash early with the peripheral.