PlayStation State Of Play Announcements Roundup: Star Ocean, PS Plus, Bugsnax, And More
Here's all of the news from Sony's latest livestream event.
Sony's State of Play has wrapped up, and it brought a mixture of new announcements and word of PlayStation ports for some existing games. Check out all of our coverage through the links below.
- PS Plus Free Games For November: First Class Trouble Confirmed
- Star Ocean: The Divine Force Revealed With First Trailer
- Free Bugsnax: The Isle Of Bigsnax Update Releases In Early 2022
- Deathverse: Let It Die Revealed By GungHo During PlayStation's State Of Play
- PS4/PS5 Episodic Game We Are OFK That Lets You Play Music Videos Launches Next Year
- King Of Fighters 15 Beta Test Announced For PS5 And PS4, New Character Dolores Announced
- PlayStation State Of Play Gives A New Look At Surviving In Little Devil Inside
- First Class Trouble Brings Among Us-Style Meta-Gaming To PS Plus In November
- Five Nights At Freddy's: Security Breach Is Coming December 16
- Death's Door Coming To PS4, PS5, And Switch On November 23
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How To Watch October 27 State Of Play
The next PlayStation State of Play presentation will air on Wednesday, October 27--which is tomorrow--at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET. This is fairly standard for Sony, which doesn't usually do presentations in the morning like Nintendo does. To watch the presentation, you can go to the official PlayStation Twitch or YouTube channels, and the stream is also embedded below.
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So, what could be shown at this presentation? Well, don't get your hopes up for first-party games like God of War: Ragnarok or Horizon Forbidden West. You also shouldn't expect too many brand-new game announcements, as Sony says it will mostly focus on previously revealed games. That could mean a new look at games like Final Fantasy XVI, or possibly the upcoming Grand Theft Auto Trilogy collection.
However, there will be "a few reveals" from third-party partners. What those will be remains a mystery.