In its newest State of Play presentation, Sony goes in-depth on forthcoming PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation VR2 games. At 3 p.m. PDT/6 p.m. EDT, nearly 30 minutes of news and updates from the world of PlayStation have been promised. On PlayStation’s Twitch and YouTube platforms, the State of Play for June will be streamed live.
Sony’s third-party partners, as well as PlayStation Studios, will be featured on the State of Play. Updates on games such as God of War Ragnarok, Final Fantasy 16, Stray, and the Horizon Forbidden West offshoot Horizon Call of the Mountain are expected. For titles like Street Fighter 6, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2, we’ll keep our fingers crossed (and our expectations in control).
Follow along here for a look at the big announcements from PlayStation’s new State of Play webcast. Polygon will be covering all of Sony’s live streams news, announcements, and trailers.
Everything That Was Shown at Sony’s New State of Play Event
The week that would have been E3 2022 has begun, and with the festival once again postponed, video game firms have decided to hold their own, more concentrated events. One of them is Sony’s State of Play, which is held throughout the year.
Sony’s PlayStation broadcast began on Twitch and YouTube on Thursday, with announcements ranging from third-party developers to PlayStation VR2 games including Horizon Forbidden West virtual-reality offshoot Horizon Call of the Mountain.
Have you missed the event? We’ve compiled a list of all the announcements made at Sony’s State of Play conference, which lasted 30 minutes.
Final Fantasy 16 Will Be Released Officially in the Summer of 2023
The latest video for Final Fantasy 16 has come, and it features gameplay as well as some of our favourite Summons from the series’ history, including Phoenix, Titan, Garuda, Ramuh, Shiva, Odin, Bahamut, and Ifrit.
Final Fantasy 16 will be released in Summer 2023, according to the trailer.
The Remake of Resident Evil 4 Has Been Officially Announced
Resident Evil 4 is getting a remake, and it’ll be published on March 24, 2023. Capcom wants to rethink the game’s “storyline while retaining the spirit of its direction, modernising the graphics, and updating the controls to a modern standard,” according to the press release.
PSVR2 owners should expect some form of VR content as well, however, no further specifics were provided.
Resident Evil Village Is Getting a Virtual Reality Makeover
Resident Evil Village will soon be available for PlayStation VR 2, allowing players to experience the game’s universe in a whole new way. The first gameplay trailer for Street Fighter 6 was shown alongside a 2023 release date.
In 2023, Street Fighter 6 will be released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. While that may be a long wait for some, Capcom has given fans a sneak peek at gameplay for the newest instalment in the renowned combat franchise.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2: Retribution for Play Station Vr2 Has Been Announced
When The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2: Retribution is released for PSVR2, get ready to fight the zombies. Horizon: Call of the Mountain will give you a whole new perspective on Horizon. Horizon: Call of the Mountain, which is coming exclusively to PSVR2, was featured in the most recent State of Play.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Will Be Released for Pc
Insomniac Games and Marvel revealed that Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered would be released on PC on August 12, 2022, despite it not being one of the rumoured Sony PC ports. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales will also be released on PC in Fall 2022, according to a PlayStation Blog post. Get ready for some seriously awesome mods!
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