Sony kicked off the flurry of announcements we’ll be getting over the next couple days (with Nintendo’s Indie World presentation later and the Game Awards on Thursday) with this morning’s State of Play presentation highlighting the upcoming Kingdom Hearts DLC, the official announcement of the Resident Evil 3 remake, and a Ghost of Tsushima tease.
Here’s a rundown of all the news from Sony’s final State of Play for 2019.
Untitled Goose Game: The presentation began with a trailer featuring everyone’s favorite meme-able goose and the announcement that it’s coming to PlayStation 4 next week on December 17th.
Spellbreak: A fantasy-inspired entry in the battle royale genre. The closed beta comes to PlayStation in Spring 2020.
Dreams Update: A trailer showcasing a wide variety of different game types created within Media Molecule’s Dreams celebrating the community and a February 14, 2020 release.
Superliminal: A Portal-inspired puzzler that heavily utilizes perspective, officially announced as coming to PlayStation 4 in 2020.
Paper Beast: An artistic VR title with environmental puzzles from Pixel Reef coming Q1 2020.
Kingdom Hearts 3 Re Mind DLC: The DLC trailer that leaked a few days ago with the added end screens announcing a January 23, 2020 release with a $29.99 price.
Predator Hunting Grounds: April 24, 2020 release date announced for this asynchronous multiplayer title from the team behind Friday the 13th. Pre-order bonuses include ’87 Predator Skin and early access to the “Ole Painless” Mini-gun, both inspired by the original film.
Babylon’s Fall: A new action title from Platinum Games with more information coming next summer.
Project Resistance: First look at the campaign of the upcoming cooperative multiplayer Resident Evil spinoff, which turns out to be the Resident Evil 3 remake that leaked last week. Resident Evil 3 will release with the Resident Evil: Resistance multiplayer game mode when it comes out April 3, 2020.
25th Anniversary Message from Ken Kutaragi: The “Father of PlayStation” appeared with a message to celebrate the anniversary of Sony’s console and share his pleasure at how the industry has grown from being viewed as something for children to what it is today.
Ghost of Tsushima: A short new teaser for Sucker Punch’s upcoming title, with a full trailer promised for Thursday’s Game Awards.
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