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Sony State of Play: Every Game Announced

Sony State of Play: Every Game Announced
Let's just say... the disappointment was very loud and clear. (Credit: Sony)

The Sony State of Play conference is over and a bunch of games were announced, as well as more gameplay trailers for already known games. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

Let’s address the elephant in the room. This State of Play was a letdown. Unfortunately. The 30-minute show didn’t show a lot of new content, neither did it get our blood pumping — only Tifa’s boobs could do that, but more on that later.

You came here for the games and so the games you shall get.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time for PS5

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time will find its way onto the PS5 on March 12th with multiple improvements.

  • faster loading times
  • save game data transfer
  • 3D audio support
  • adaptive triggers
  • 4K/60 FPS

Returnal Gameplay & More In-depth trailer

You might remember us telling you about Returnal getting delayed to April 2021, but at least we now got a closer look at the game.

And even though we’re still incredibly confused by it, we can’t deny that it looks very interesting and different.

Knockout City Beta Announcement

Knockout City might just become the next Rocket League and honestly? These graphics kind of deserve it. We got a closer look at it and the gameplay features that this game holds and the additional info that Knockout City will start its Beta soon, so if you’re interested in the game, you might want to consider signing up for it.

Sifu Announcement

The only new game that was showcased at the Sony State of Play tonight and it might have been the highlight of the entire show.

Sifu looks sick and will be released for PS4 and PS5 in 2021.

Solar Ash Gameplay

We got another closer look at Solar Ash, a game that will come out on PS4 and PS5 in 2021. The game looks cool and the graphics beautiful, but on a more personal note… I hate black holes. In any way, shape, or form.

Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Security Breach Gameplay

One of the more hyped games at the Sony State of Play, Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Security Breach got its first look at gameplay and we nearly pooped our pants. We’re not saying this game is scary… we’re just pu**ies. It’s as simple as that.

Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Security Breach will come out in 2021.

Oddworld Soulstorm Release Date

The odd game Oddworld Soulstorm gets a release date, that being April 6th. In addition to that, we also saw new gameplay that makes us wonder why this game wasn’t released on the switch…

Kena: Bridge of Spirits Release Date & Gameplay

FINALLY, we got a release date for Kena: Bridge of Spirits at the Sony State of Play!

Kena: Bridge of Spirits will come out on August 24th, but you can already pre-order it now! Additionally, we saw new gameplay features and love them even more than we have before. The graphic still looks amazing and the combat looks like a lot of fun.

Deathloop Gameplay

Dishonored, ahem, we mean, Deathloop, got a gameplay trailer. And while it does look like fun, it’s very obviously inspired by Dishonored… like… heavily. But then again, no wonder, this game is literally developed by the same devs.

Just… please make it a bit less obvious, guys.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade Announced

Now, not sure whether or not people were expecting this, but it had to come at some point. After all, we were all waiting for this. Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade is coming and the release date is June 6th. If you own the PS4 version, then no need to fret, you get to upgrade it free of charge to a PS5 versionif you have a PS5, that is.

And for all you Final Fantasy lovers out there: you also get to purchase a new episode that will feature Yuffie! Watch out, Tifa, you have competition on the boobie front now.

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