Sony has announced that it will run a new "Game State" broadcast on March 25, where it will announce new games, show new developments and give updates on upcoming PS4 and PS VR titles.  If that sounds familiar, it's probably because it's the same thing Nintendo has been doing for the last few years with its Nintendo Direct presentations, distributing news throughout the year instead of grouping all of its ads into a single event like the E3.
It's a strategy that makes a lot of sense for Sony, which skipped its annual presentation in December last year and has already said it will not participate in E3 on next June. allowing you to give updates on upcoming titles with less pressure and fanfare that the larger events demand. The state of play will not be a thing either, since Sony has already said that it will execute more game state transmissions later in 2019, so expect similar announcements like this in the future.
The last important Sony news event was E3 2018, and although we will have to wait until Monday to find out which games will be shown, it is possible that they anticipate PS4 exclusives like Ghost of Tsushima The Last of Us Part II Concrete Genie Dreams, or even Death Stranding could make its appearance.
State of Play will be streamed live on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook at 2PM PT / 5PM ET on March 25.