PlayStation’s final State of Play for 2019 wrapped up this morning and with it, about 20 minutes of trailers for upcoming titles. Here’s a recap of the most notable ones that were shown and the details about them.
Dreams full release is coming early next year on February 14th.
Superliminal is an exciting new indie title coming to PS4 and other platforms in 2020.
Paper Beast is a new PlayStation VR title that arrives in the first quarter of 2020.
The Kingdom Hearts 3 expansion arrives on January 23rd.
An update was shown for Predator Hunting Grounds which highlighted various classes and some gameplay. The release date is April 24th and there are a few pre-order bonuses as well.
Babylon’s Fall, the new title from Square Enix and Platinum games, was shown off and looked action packed. The trailer simply said that we would learn more info next summer (likely at E3).
As expected, Resident Evil 3 Remake was shown and it turns out that Project REsistance is merely a free online mode that will come with the title in one package. The official release date is April 3rd.
Ken Kutaragi, the “Father of PlayStation”, gave a message celebrating the 25th anniversary of the PlayStation.
Finally to close, they gave a very short peak at Ghosts of Tsushima and said we will see more at The Game Awards on Thursday. The official PlayStation channel has yet to upload the clip so we’ve put the IGN version here as a placeholder for the time being:
And lastly, Sony posted this quick 1 minute recap video of the event if you want the shortest version possible!
The final State of Play for 2019 was essentially what we expected if not a little underwhelming. It was great to see Resident Evil 3 Remake in action and to learn that Project REsistance is simply a multiplayer mode within the title. As discussed on this week’s Bitcast, we assumed we would see Ghosts of Tsushima, but a short trailer with no gameplay was rather underwhelming. Thankfully we’ll see more in just a couple of days.
Was their a specific title that got you excited? Let us know!