State of Play is over yet again and in case you missed the show, here’s a rundown of what was shown. Unfortunately there was no news on PSVR2, hardware anything Final Fantasy 7 Remake related.
State of Play opened the show with Exoprimal, a co-op game where you fight a ton of dinosaurs. Developed by Capcom, Exoprimal will release in 2023 for PS4 and PS5.
Next we got a look at a new trailer for Ghostwire: Tokyo which drops later this month.
Following on State of Play gave us a brief look at Square Enix’s Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin which is due for release on 18th March.
Continuing on we saw a new trailer and gameplay for Forspoken by Square Enix which was announced a few days ago that it had been delayed until October
Onward we saw 6 v 6 action in Gundam Evolution a multiplayer shooter out later on this year
For all you retro fans out there, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cowabunga Collection by Konami is just for you
Gigabash is a 3D brawler. think Rampage with Kaiju out later on in 2022
Fan favourite fighting game JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R is a remake of the original 2013 JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle due in early Spring.
next was Trek to Yomi, a black and white samurai game inspired by Akira Kurosawa movies
State of Play ended with 2 Square Enix titles. The first was a strategy RPG called The Diofield Chronicle due out sometime this year.
Second is an action RPG called Valkyrie Elysium again due out later on in 2022.
And that’s your State of Play all wrapped up! What did you think of the announcements?
Written by: @Blustreak81