Sony PlayStation State of Play Showcasing Hogwarts Legacy Announced for March 17

The stream will go live on March 17, 2:30 AM in India.

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PlayStation has confirmed that the next State of Play will feature a special, in-depth look at Hogwarts Legacy, the upcoming RPG from Avalanche Software and Warner Bros. The broadcast will begin this Thursday, March 17, at 2 PM PT, which means Indian audiences will be able to tune into the live stream on March 17, 2:30 AM.

Hogwarts Legacy has become one of the most highly anticipated games of 2022 and the gaming community has been waiting on a more in-depth look at the game for a while now. Rumours began to swell earlier this month that we might be getting a look soon and it appears they were true.

The game takes place in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and features a protagonist in the 1800s starting their journey as a student at Hogwarts.

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March 17 PlayStation State of Play Will Feature an In-Depth Look at Hogwarts Legacy

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So far, players have only gotten a cinematic/reveal trailer that didn’t exactly dwell too much on gameplay. As has been confirmed in the PlayStation Blog, the State of Play will run for about 20 minutes, featuring 14 minutes of Hogwarts Legacy gameplay captured on a PS5.

This essentially means that this will be the first time players finally see actual gameplay. The stream will also include insight from a few members of the team at Avalanche Software.

PlayStation recently held another State of Play in March and it is highly unusual for 2 State of Play live streams to take place in the same month. However, given the kind of hype Hogwarts Legacy has garnered and the amount of gameplay to be revealed, it was probably the better decision to have it be showcased by itself.

It appears that the State of Play will only feature Hogwarts Legacy gameplay along with some sort of interview with the devs at Avalanche Software.