PlayStation State of Play : Full Summary of Announcements for the PS4 and PS5

The latest PlayStation State of Play just wrapped up and as always, there was a lot of content shown. As we always do, we’ve put together a full recap for you. Enjoy!

Crash Bandicoot 4 optimized for the PlayStation 5

  • 4K/60fps gameplay
  • Far shorter loading times
  • DualSense support


  • Some new footage was shown
  • Launches for the PS5 on April 30th

Knockout City

  • EA Originals title
  • Beta available


  • Developed by Sloclap

Solar Ash

  • Developed by Heart Machine (Hyper Light Drifter)
  • Late 2021

Five Nights at Freddys : Security Breach

  • Late 2021

Oddworld Soulstorm

  • New footage shown narrated by Lorne Lanning
  • DualSense support
  • Launching April 6th
  • Free for PS Plus owners in April

Kena : Bridge of Spirits

  • New footage and story preview
  • Launches on August 24th


  • New story preview
  • Timed exclusive for PS5 launching on May 21st

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade

  • Launching June 21st on PS5
  • Improved graphics, textures, lighting, and load times
  • Free for PS4 owners and can carry save data forward

Full show link if you missed it:

Our Take

As State of Plays go, this was rather lackluster in our opinion. Deathloop, Kena, and Oddworld have all been featured before and for the end-cap we were hoping for more than a PS5 update for an existing title, particularly as the PS5 is in such short supply right now. We had hoped for at least some news on Horizon Forbidden West, Ghostwire Tokyo, or even God of War. Regardless, we’re still very excited for several titles on the list!

By Seasoned Gaming

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