Here are all the games, trailers and announcements of the State of Play for PS5, PS4 and PS VR

After two State of Play dedicated entirely to Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us: Part II, it was time to talk about the immediate future of PlayStation, which includes the odd surprises for PS4, titles for PS5 and news for PlayStation VR.

Almost 20 titles and an expected expansion that will make this second half of the year and the beginning of 2021 more interesting based on new deliveries, long-awaited reunions and new generation promises that don’t look bad at all.

For our part, we have gathered everything advertised in one place. Not only so that you have everything at hand and at a glance, but so that you can take a new look (or whatever you want) at that game that is already claiming its place in your game collection.

Below, all the videos and announcements of the State of Play August 2020.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time

Nobody better than Crash Bandicoot to break the ice for Sony’s new digital event. The highly anticipated Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time reappears showing everything that fascinated us about the updated trilogy and adds new tricks and pirouettes.

In terms of news, Crash will not only adapt better to the dangers and platforms that await him, but we will also have new playable characters (including enemies), new ways to immerse ourselves in the scenarios and even new visual styles for the different phases.

Hitman iii

For years, we have put ourselves in the shoes of Agent 47 to carry out all kinds of assignments, and Hitman III will take the experience to the next level: IO interactive is not only adapting the new installment to PlayStation Virtual Reality, but it will also give the first two parts the same treatment. A genius.

Braid Anniversary Edition

The acclaimed title with which Jonathan Blow helped unleash the indie phenomenon and will return looking better than ever next year: the recently announced Braid Anniversary Edition is a second chance to grab a classic of masterful platforming puzzles, but also an excuse to rediscover some settings They have been repainted with extra care.

The Pathless

The open world of Giant Squid and Annapurna Interactive is reluctant to go unnoticed amidst the announcements of the State of Play: its new advance introduces us to its game mechanics and its sensational art section, which has been adapted for current and new generation Sony desktop systems. Its launch is scheduled for this year.

Genshin Impact

Adventure, fantasy and action with a touch of manganime go hand in hand in Genshin Impact, an explosive RPG set in an open world to be played on PS4 starting this fall.

Spelunky 2

While the review of Braid reminds us of how well the best indies age, the sequel to Spelunky has set out to raise the bar on the 2008 classic by broadening and making the original proposal more attractive.

Mossmouth, LLC and BlitWorks not only want us to get lost in their underground labyrinths, but to get the most out of them, alone or in company, starting next September 15.

Aeon Must Die

Aeon Must Die it is presented as an explosive beat’em up in which science fiction and dark epic intersect. We will have to cross the city of Pantheon in a brutal act of revenge in which the most difficult thing will be not to lose control. It will be available from 2021 on PS4.

THE YEAR: change

Without detaching ourselves too much from futuristic science fiction, THE YEAR: change offers us a cyberpunk adventure that puts its gameplay and appearance at the service of the narrative. Your arrival is scheduled for December 2020 on PS4.

Bugsnax

The creators of Eighty they leave us a little clearer what the playable proposal for his next work will consist of: Bugsnax combines surrealism, exploration and first-person adventure with the extra incentive of being able to collect creatures half bug-half food.

Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series

Donning the same helmet as the Empire’s own whip is fine, but having access to its visceral Sith powers and brandish his unforgiving lightsaber in first person It’s what turns Vader Immortal into pure fanservice for Star Wars fans. On August 25, it will be played on PS VR.

Control Expansion 2 AWE

We can expect good things from Remedy. Control has been one of his best works of recent years and the next August 27th his proposal expands for the second time: AWE (Altered World Events) will be the perfect excuse to return, discover new story content, new weapons and putting into practice new ways to modify and twist reality itself.

Auto Chess

The Auto Chess craze resists being a fad on PC and several of the industry’s titans have thrown themselves into the formula. All the more reason for Dragonest to bring the original Auto Chess to PlayStation systems and start to position preferably on table tops.

The Pedestrian

The Pedestrian retains the essence of the classic platforms and gives it a twist: we will be a simple blackboard figure that will have to connect and go through all kinds of schematic levels distributed in 3D environments. A delicate balance between jumps and puzzles to be played on PS4 as of January 2021.

Hood: Outlaws & Legends

Focus Y Sumo Newcastle add a new layer of depth to the classic infiltration experience: Hood: Outlaws & Legends doesn’t just we will have to perpetrate the perfect team assault, but we will also have to compete against other outlaws in the process. It will be played on PS4 and PS5 in 2021.

Have got has got

Temtem is much more than a Pokémon substitute: this colorful RPG Made in Spain revolving around the breeding, evolution and combat of fascinating creatures introduces elements of multiplayer and MMO that Pikachu fans have been waiting for for years. His arrival on PS5 is planned for next year.

Godfall

Every time Sony offers news about PS5, Gearbox takes advantage to get muscle of his looter-slasher. This time, not just to show off the intense action free of microtransactions of Godfall, but to introduce us a little more into the universe created around it.

In fact, his most recent gameplay is not only a demonstration of his gameplay, but a formal presentation of the different styles of combat to which we will have access. Lethal, spectacular and with a different approach that gives that strategic touch to the whole. In any case, perfect to quench our thirst for new loot.

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