Everything announced in Sony’s PlayStation State of Play

PlayStation State of Play is complete! In case you missed it, here’s everything announced during the broadcast, including all the trailers (if you’re hoping to see Ragnarok, perhaps unsurprisingly, it didn’t make the cut).

State of Play begins by announcing one of the best-kept secrets in all of video games: Resident Evil 4 Remake. Along with the new trailer below showing the game running on PlayStation 5, we’ve also got a release date: March 24, 2023. Oh yes, PSVR2 “content” is also in development. Its storyline is being reimagined, and it’s also coming to PC and Xbox Series X/S.

The PSVR2 thread continued with a trailer for the PSVR2 version of Resident Evil Village. Lady D in VR? That’s what Capcom wants for its fans. Here’s the trailer:

Next up for PSVR2 is The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2:

Hello Games is working on a PSVR2 version of No Man’s Sky:

And, as expected, we saw a new trailer for Guerrilla and Firesprite’s Horizon PSVR2 game Call of the Mountain (Guerrilla also announced that Forbidden West’s New Game Plus update is out today).

Following the launch of PSVR2, Sony briefly shifted its focus to PC, confirming that the PC version of Insomniac’s Spider-Man will arrive on August 12, 2022. Subsequently, we also heard confirmation that Miles Morales would follow up. Here’s the trailer:

The Stray by Annapurna will launch on July 19 and will also be part of the higher tier PlayStation Plus.

State of Play has released a trailer for Dead Space-like survival horror game The Callisto Protocol, and we’ve got a release date: December 2, 2022.

Moving on, we got a trailer for Rollerdrome, which hits theaters on August 16:

Here’s a trailer for the animated action game/dating sim Eternights, due out in early 2023.

It’s a big deal: State of Play saw Capcom reveal Street Fighter 6, which featured new character Jamie alongside Ryu, Chun-Li, and Luke. There’s a glimpse of a battle center that looks like an exploration of Metro City, as well as a 2023 release window. Capcom later confirmed that PC and Xbox Series X/S versions are also in development.

Next up are the awesome coats that are confirmed to be coming to PlayStation 4 and 5 on September 27th.

Here’s the video for the season: Letters to the Future, which will air in Fall 2022.

The game state ends with a bang: an update for Final Fantasy 16! Here’s the new trailer, as well as the summer 2023 release window.

That’s it! What do you think of Sony’s State of Play show? Let us know in the comments below.

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