The PlayStation State of Play is upon us, what new game reveals and announcements lie in wait? Let us make that easier for you by recapping everything that happened on what is possibly the last State of Play for 2019, including the return of a horror classic and even more
Resident Evil 3
Capcom’s Project Resistance was a surprise reveal when it dropped, but what is not surprising is learning that it is all part of the Resident Evil 3 remake coming next April 3, 2020! Together with the base game, the multiplayer portion of RE3 will be Project Resistance, and Nemesis never looked so good.
Ghost of Tsushima
The ending highlight of State of Play gave us a new look at Ghost of Tsushima, finally making an appearance after a long hiatus. The teaser trailer for Sucker Punch’s next game points towards The Game Awards 2019 this Thursday for a more substantial reveal, and we cannot wait.
Media Molecule was also on hand to share more about the soon-to-be-released Dreams, showcasing the many creative ways players and creators have used the tools to make their 2D and 3D worlds come alive. The creativity and industry at work are simply mindboggling, and you can experience all for yourself come February 14, 2020.
Square Enix and Platinum Games are coming together to bring us Babylon’s Fall, an action-heavy title that looks right at home with what the Japanese studio is well-known for. Flashy combos and giant enemies await in this new adventure, with more information to come next summer.
Untitled Goose Game
Untitled Goose Game will be making its way to the PlayStation, courtesy of House House, and it is coming to you on December 17. Get ready to make some mayhem as the bird of chaos.
Kingdom Hearts 3 Re:Mind
Kingdom Hearts 3‘s DLC, Re:Mind, finally gets to officially reveal its trailer, bringing with it new adventures for Sora and the gang in the neverending fight against the Organisation, coming on January 23, 2020.
Multiplayer action awaits in Spellbreak, expect explosive magical action with the elements as you fight your way across a variety of battlefields, and a closed beta will take place this Spring 2020. It certainly reminded us of a cartoony and magical battle royale.
Witness the mindbending world of Superliminal, a first-person puzzle experience that challenges you to look at things from different perspectives, changing the space around you, and even the size of objects. No release date has been set for the PS4 puzzler, only that it is coming in 2020.
Paper Beast is a PS VR title from the creators of Another World, where players can explore a living and dynamic ecosystem all in VR. Learn to manipulate the interesting wildlife, play with terrain and fluids, and unravel the deepening mysteries of this world, coming in Q1 2020.
Predator: Hunting Grounds
We also got a more substantial look at Predator: Hunting Grounds, coming on April 24, 2020. From different weapons and classes to kit out the ultimate hunter, there are plenty of toys for the Predator to hunt down its prey.
Last but not least, PlayStation celebrated its 25th anniversary this month, and the father of the console, Ken Kutaragi, delivered a heartfelt message of thanks to the legions of fans that have supported the brand throughout the years. With The Game Awards 2019 happening in just a few days, we can expect to see and learn even more about the titles coming to PS4 and beyond, and we will be on hand to catch you up then as well.