Everything You Missed From Today’s State Of Play

Everything You Missed From Today’s State Of Play

Definitely Not E3 season has begun with PlayStation’s Definitely Not E3 State of Play showcase. Sony dedicated the first half of the show to a slew of titles coming to the PlayStation VR 2 platform, though still no concrete release date was revealed. That said, given all of the games it had to talk about, we don’t imagine a release date is far away.

Capcom kicked off the show with a Resident Evil 4 sized bang and returned later to debut gameplay from Street Fighter 6. Square Enix saved the best for last, coming in at the last second with a new trailer for Final Fantasy XVI. Other surprises? Insomniac’s Spider-Man is coming to PC, The Callisto Protocol gets a release date that puts it on shelves ahead of the Dead Space remake, and top-flight indies ruled the remainder of the show.

Here’s everything you missed:

Resident Evil 4 Remake

Launching March 24, 2023.

 

Resident Evil Village (PSVR2)

 

The Walking Dead Saints and Sinners: Chapter 2 (PSVR2)

 

No Man’s Sky (PSVR2)

 

Horizon VR: Call of the Mountain (PSVR2)

 

Spider-Man (PC)

Stray

 

The Callisto Protocol

 

Rollerdrome

 

Eternights

 

Street Fighter 6

 

Tunic

 

Season: A Letter To The Future

 

Final Fantasy XVI

And there you, you’re all caught up on everything announced during this morning’s State of Play! Any surprises? What did you love, what did you hate, what did you feel no particular type of way about? Tell us all about it in the comments below. How did our predictions go yesterday? We went okay, not 100% but we’ll take it. You can find all these trailers on the official PlayStation YouTube channel.

Comments

  • So basically the devs behind Rollerdrome (groan) watched the original Rollerball but failed to understand its entire point. Pass.

    • Nah, more likely inspired by the dystopian films of the 70’s and 80’s, including but not bound to Rollerball.

        • Well this really wasn’t much of a State of Play livestream David but I wonder what Nintendo’s Direct will be like I think Nintendo’s Direct will be in mid-June or probably at the end of this month after next week’s Summer Games Fest.
          I know Activision will be having a worldwide reveal of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 since the game is coming out at the end of October later this year then after the release of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 the Call of Duty franchise will be taking a year long break while Treyarch will be working on the next Call of Duty game which won’t be coming out until 2024.
          Also with the Summer Games Fest on next week I really do hope Activision gives us a Spyro 4 reveal and ATLUS brings us a reveal for Persona 5 for Nintendo Switch we’ve already got Persona 5 Strikers on Nintendo Switch but I also want to see Persona 5 on Nintendo Switch and I do hope SEGA gives us a release date for the upcoming release of Sonic Frontiers now that Roger Craig Smith is staying to continue doing the voice of Sonic The Hedgehog.

      • Which as a genre were largely in keeping with the themes of Rollerball, hence my point. Corporations and violence are bad and carnage for the sake of entertainment alone rots the brain. heh

    • I think it is poorly timed, consider Ubisoft stealthily launched and immediately abandoned Roller Champion without fanfare or marketing.

    • Assuming you will ever get your hands on one in this supply shortage, scalper ruled, inflation economy.

      • I’ve waited this long to see how serious Sony is about VR so I’ll prob whack a preorder down when it’s confirmed and hopefully get in on the first few runs.

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