PlayStation State of Play: Everything announced in the June 2022 showcase
Tons of games in the State of Play.
Summer's heating up with the start of what is usually E3 season with Sony showing off several upcoming games during the State of Play. This presentation runs roughly 30 minutes and we've provided a summary for each announcement.
Resident Evil 4
To start things off, we learned that Resident Evil 4 remake is coming to PS5 with PS VR2 content in development. This is on of the biggest classics from this horror series iso it's exciting it is getting remade for current-gen platforms. Join Leon Kennedy as he goes on a mission to save the President's daughter in Resident Evil 4. It releases March 24, 2023.
Resident Evil Village VR2
Resident Evil Village is being made for VR and will come to PlayStation VR2 in the near future.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2: Retribution
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2: Retribution is coming to PlayStation VR sometime in 2022.
No Man's Sky coming to PlayStation VR2
It's kind of crazy to think that No Man's Sky had such a rocky start when it continues to impress us years after launch. Hello Games' hit sci-fi game will be coming to PlayStation VR2 sometime in the future.
Horizon Call of the Mountain for PlayStation VR2
Horizon Call of the Mountain is a VR experience coming exclusively to PlayStation VR2. Look that the world Aloy comes from in a brand new way as you get an up-close and personal view of the land and machines.
Horizon Forbidden West updates
Additionally, New Game+ will come to Horizon Forbidden West today bringing New Weapons+, Trophies, and more.
Marvel's Spider-Man coming to PC
Marvel's Spider-Man was a hit on PS4 when it first released and has continued to sell well on PS5. Insomniac Games' popular adventure is coming to PC on August 12, 2022, so you should check out Marvel's Spider-Man remastered when it releases. Additionally, Spider-Man: Miles Morales will also be coming to PC sometime in the fall.
The Callisto Protocol
The Callisto Protocol is the ideal game for horror fans and the State of Play showed us more footage to look forward to. We finally learned that this survival sci-fi adventure will release on July 19, 2022.
We've been curious about Stray ever since it was first announced, but now we finally have a release date. It launches July 19, 2022. Play as a cat trying to escape a futuristic city. It will be free to any subscribers of the Extra and Premium PlayStation Plus tiers.
Private Division's upcoming game third-person shooter puts solo players in a ring and has them use their roller blading skills to take out opponents. It releases on PS4 and PS5 on August 16.
This upcoming action RPG mingles fighting elements with a dating sim for an adventure of crazy anime proportions. Solve puzzles, get to know the characters, dive into dungeons, or participate in dancing minigames. It's releasing sometime in early 2023.
Street Fighter 6
We finally got to take a look at gameplay for the next entry in the Street Fighter series. Additionally, we finally learned that Street Fighter 6 is currently slated to release sometime in 2023.
The adorable mixture of a Souls-like and Zelda game has already been popular on other platforms, but now we know it will be coming to PS4 and PS5 on September 27.
Season: A Letter to the Future
Season: A Letter to the Future is billed as an atmospheric adventure from Scavengers Studio. You'll be going around talking to characters and learning their stories before a "mysterious cataclysm washes everything away." It will release sometime in "Autumn 2022."
Final Fantasy 16
This latest Final Fantasy 16 trailer gives us a look at summoning in Final Fantasy 16 as well as a closer look at the main character, Clive Rosfield. It will come to PS5 sometime in Summer 2023.
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