Sony celebrated its second State of Play of the year full of announcements. PlayStation has had a fun year so far with games like Horizon Forbidden West, Grand Touring 7 Y MLB The Show 22but will now highlight which games are coming to PS5 in the second half of 2022, as well as what we can expect from the next PlayStation VR2 headset.
Announcing the June 2 State of Play at playstationblog, Sony teased that this showcase would contain “some exciting reveals from our external partners, plus a sneak peek at several games in development for PlayStation VR2,” and later confirmed that Horizon Call of the Mountain I was going to be at the fair. The showcase itself certainly lived up to that promise, containing some major third-party titles, cool-looking VR games, and even a surprise PC port. That’s all that was announced during the State of Play showcase on June 2.
To kick off the show, Sony and Capcom revealed a remake from Resident Evil 4. It is a totally modernized recreation of the classic survival horror game in the style of the remakes that it got Resident Evil 1, 2 Y 3. It will be released on March 24, 2023 and will get support for PSVR 2.
We have a new look at Horizon Call of the Mountain. This VR Horizon spinoff is created by Firesprite, a developer Sony acquired last year. This trailer showed off some VR escalation, platforming, and combat gameplay and got a glimpse of just how visually stunning PlayStation VR games can be.
While it wasn’t one of Sony’s leaked PC ports, Insomniac Games and Marvel confirmed that Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered would arrive on PC on August 12, 2022. A PlayStation Blog post confirmed that Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales it’s also coming to PC in fall 2022. Get ready for some super cool mods!
During this State of Play, we take another look at Annapurna Interactive’s post-apocalyptic cat gameStray. He confirmed that the game will launch on July 19 and revealed that the game will be free for PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium members from day one.
We take a first look at the story and gameplay from Street Fighter 6 in a new trailer. It confirms new and returning characters alike, shows off some exploration gameplay elements, and confirms a 2023 release on PS5 and PS4.
To cap off the state of play, we finally got a second look at final fantasy xvi for PS5. It gives us a closer look at the game’s visceral action gameplay, which is still full of RPG elements, as well as its great narrative, summons, and setpieces. It also confirms that final fantasy xvi It will be released in the summer of 2023.