Missed the State of Play conference? We’ve got you covered.
A lengthy cinematic trailer for a new IP from Enhanced Games was the lead for the presentation.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Trailer)
A story trailer for the new Call of Duty was shown off. “Special Ops: Survival Mode” was unveiled as a limited exclusive for PS4 that will go multiplatform on October 1, 2020.
From the creator of Katamari Damacy comes a cute new game with a bright art-style. Gameplay was shown, but we’d be lying if we said we knew what we were watching, really. It will release this December.
Arise: A Simple Story (Reveal)
Seriously gorgeous visuals and music highlight this game, which appears to be an adventure title.
LA Noire: The VR Case Files (Reveal)
This is slightly unexpected, as the classic Rockstar title is getting Virtual Reality content. Also, it’s out right now digitally!
PlayStation VR Montage
Gorn (Winter 2019)
Espire1: VR Operative (September 2019)
Stardust Odyssey (Winter 2019)
After the Fall (2020)
Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! (Autumn 2019)
MediEvil Demo: Out Today
Other Ocean Emeryville
This is a title that’s already been revealed, but it’s cool to see a demo released today nonetheless. “Dan’s Helmet” appears to be exclusive to demo players, and the demo goes off the store on October 6th.
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI (Reveal)
This one releases on November 22nd, 2019.
Death Stranding Trailer
Another cinematic trailer, and a limited edition PS4 Pro Bundle was announced.
Night School Studio
This is a game from the folks who made Oxenfree. It looks very similar in presentation, including the conversation style. It looks very weird, but then again, so was Oxenfree.
PlayStation Plus: October Reveal
MLB the Show: 19 (Sony San Diego Studio)
The Last of Us: Remastered (Naughty Dog)
Whoa. This is a very strong month for PlayStation Plus users.
The Last of Us: Part II (Release Date Reveal Trailer)
Another cinematic-style trailer for The Last of Us: Part II. If you were interested before, this won’t change your mind. If you weren’t, well, it probably won’t change it there either. It released February 21st, 2020.