PlayStation revealed new gameplay footage, trailers, and release dates for over 10 different titles in its last State of Play for 2019 on Tuesday morning. Below is a list of some key announcements and new information.
PlayStation’s 25th Anniversary
As most PlayStation fans know, PlayStation’s 25th anniversary was last week on December 3. Ken Kutaragi, who is known as the Father of PlayStation, appeared in a short video thanking creators, journalists, and, of course, gamers. Kutaragi stated that his original goal was to expand the video game market to adults and women and that he’s thrilled that the console has touched so many people over the past 25 years.
Untitled Goose Game
House House’s unexpected hit Untitled Goose Game will be arriving on PlayStation 4 in exactly one week on December 17.
Spellbreak is a new cell-shaded battle royale from Proletariat coming to PS4. The closed beta begins in Spring of 2020 and the game focuses on role-playing and spell-based magic combat.
Media Molecule’s highly-anticipated Dreams finally has an official release date: February 14, 2020.
Superliminal will come out sometime in 2020. The game revolves around the concept of perspective and the gameplay trailer demonstrates the player picking up small objects, such as a soda can or PlayStation controller, and throwing them into the air to make them larger in order to solve puzzles. Superliminal was previously only available on the Epic Games Store.
Paper Beast is coming to PSVR in Q1 of 2020. The goal is to “explore a dreamlike ecosystem” by interacting with the terrain and different alien creatures to solve puzzles.
Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind
Re:Mind is the long-anticipated DLC expansion to Kingdom Hearts III, which came out last January. There are new playable characters, including Kairi. Re:Mind launches on January 23, 2020 for $29.99 and pre-order are available starting today. Players can also pre-order Re:Mind with a concert video for $39.99, which includes 19 tracks.
Predator: Hunting Grounds
Predator: Hunting Grounds comes out on April 24, 2020. The video showed new gameplay, including different classes, armor, and weapons that can be used in the game. Fans that pre-order the game will receive an exclusive ’87 Predator skin and early access to the “Ole Painless” mini-gun.
Audiences also saw the first gameplay footage of Babylon’s Fall, an upcoming SquareEnix and PlatinumGames title. The game looks like it will be heavily focused on combat and we were told that more information will come next summer.
Resident Evil Resistance
Capcom revealed that there will in fact be a campaign for the upcoming Resident Evil Resistance game, which was previously thought to be only a 1v4 online experience. In true Resident Evil fashion, the campaign seems to focus on an isolated city dealing with an outbreak of infections. The trailer wasn’t quite clear, but it does seem like there is some sort of coverup regarding the root of the outbreak that your character is trying to get to the bottom of.
Resident Evil 3 Remake
The leaks and rumors were true. Right after the Project Resistance trailer, there was a fantastic, abrupt cut revealing that the Resident Evil 3 remake does exist and is coming soon on April 3, 2020.
Ghost of Tsushima
But wait, there’s more! PlayStation took a cue from Nintendo and added on a surprise clip from a trailer of Ghost of Tsushima. The clip wasn’t very long and didn’t show very much – just three men in a forest getting ready for combat – but don’t worry, the full trailer will be shown at the Game Awards on Thursday night.