State of Play 10/12/2019

December 10, 2019 - News, PlayStation
State of Play 10/12/2019

Sony just finished broadcasting their State of Play (10th of December 2019), so what did they have to show us.

Well they opened with a trailer for Untitled Goose Game, coming to Playstation on the 17th of December, the indie game of critical acclaim.

Then we had the fantasy themed Spellbreak, a new IP that will be in closed Beta for ‘Spring 2020’.

Media Molecule’s Dreams, the consumer video game engine, got a release date for the 14th of February 2020.

Then another new IP was shown, the first-person puzzler Superliminal and a vague released date of ‘next year’.

There was some attention given to Playsation VR with the title Paper Beast which is to be coming sometime in the first quarter of 2020. The presentation then moved into a

Kingdom Hearts 3’s new DLC Remind was shown off, as well as a look at and release date for Predator Hunting Grounds (the 24th of April).

Then we got to the two highlights of this presentation for Stage–Select: the SquareEnix and PlatinumGames action title Babylon’s Fall, that looks like more hack and slashing from the Bayonetta and Astral Chain developer, then we had a trailer for the anticipated Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake. And there was a little bit about the other Resident Evil project Resistance, now officially announced as an online game that will be bundled with Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake.

We were given a message from Mr. Ken Kutaragi for the 25 th anniversary of Playstation to thank fans for their support.

Sony closed with just a little bit of Ghost of Tsushima, and that was it for this State of Play.

You’ll notice that I’m writing these details in a quick fire style, that’s because that is how this State of Play was presented; lots of game news in short bursts with nothing superfluous to it, which seems to be the way to go for most people, and certainly we at Stage–Select enjoyed it.

If you’d like to see the State of Play you can watch it here.

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