Sony’s “State of Play” is an event where the company presents new games for the PlayStation.
Just recently, we got a glimpse of a slew of new games coming to the PlayStation this year and next with Sony’s Showcase 2021. Just a month later, the company showcased a whole bunch more new titles at the “State of Play” event.
Deathverse: Let It Die
“Deathverse: Let It Die” promises exciting arena battles that only one can survive. The game is dressed up like a game show of sorts, reminiscent of sci-fi classics like “The Running Man”. Wicked weapons and customizable characters included. The launch date is in spring 2022.
We Are OFK
“We Are OFK” is an episodic adventure game that revolves around the band OFK. The game follows the band’s career and the members’ love lives through dialogues and text messages. Each of the five episodes features an interactive music video with songs from the debut EP. ” We Are OFK” will be released in 2022 for PS4 and PS5.
Bugsnax: The Isle of BIGsnax
“The Isle of BIGsnax” is a free update for the game “Bugsnax”. Giant, prehistoric Bugsnax live on the island at the bottom of the sea. Players can upgrade and personalize their huts on the island. Also, they can now put different hats on captured Bugsnax. ” The Isle of BIGsnax is slated to arrive for PS4 and PS5 in early 2022.
Five Nights At Freddies: Security Breach
The latest title in the Animatronic Horror series has been given a launch date as part of State of Play. December 16 will see the release of ” Five Nights At Freddies: Security Breach ” for PS5 and PS4. The gameplay remains as usual. It’s once again about escaping from a pizza establishment and avoiding the animatronics – among other things by using security cameras.
The indie hit “Death’s Door” has already received good reviews on Xbox and PC. The action-adventure game with an isometric view has been compared to Dark Souls and older Zelda titles. Players take on the role of a crow that must collect souls from monsters that do not want to leave life. The game will launch on November 23. Those who pre-order will also get the “Titan Souls” game included.
A new kart racing game coming exclusively to PS4. December will see the launch of the beta phase for ” KartRider: Drift”.
The King of Fighters XV
The latest title in the King of Fighters series is in the starting blocks. The 2D fighting game with a 3D look will be available as an open beta for PS4 and PS5 from November 19. In the test phase, eight playable characters are available for online matches. There is also an offline training mode.
First Class Trouble
The multiplayer game is reminiscent of the basic idea of the werewolf game and the gaming hit “Among Us”. Players must work together on a space cruise ship to escape. However, two of the players have been assigned the role of AI at the beginning and must sabotage the team’s escape. From November 2 to December 6, the game will be part of the PS Plus lineup, making it free to play for subscribers.
Star Ocean The Divine Force
The long-running “Star Ocean” series gets a new entry with “The Divine Force”. Originating from Japan, the role-playing game (JRPG) revolves around two main characters as well as other party members. The trailer starts with a spaceship and subsequently shows various worlds, and battle scenes both on the ground and in space. The trailer is cut relatively randomly, so we don’t know exactly what to expect. The game is coming in 2022 for PS4 and PS5.
Little Devil Inside
More than a year has passed since Little Devil Inside was announced in June 2020. In the state-of-play presentation, the developers have now given us a first, several-minute-long glimpse of the gameplay. The game has special miniature graphics in tilt-shift look and takes place in different, sometimes harsh environments. The story seems simple enough at first. Protagonist Billy is supposed to bring an artifact to a professor Vincent. However, mysterious enemies suddenly appear and Billy has to prove his survival skills in fighting, hunting and cooking. A start date for “Little Devil” Inside has not been set.
- PlayStation Blog