Sony's State of Play returned today, with a new look at upcoming third-party releases on their way to the PlayStation platform. The broadcast lasted for around 20 minutes, and gave us a detailed look at 10 upcoming games, including more on Little Devil Inside.
The last State of Play took place on July 8th this year, again focused on third-party games as well as a number of indies. The biggest announcements came in the shape of Death Stranding: Director's Cut, Moss Book 2, as well as an extended look at Deathloop from Arkane Studios. Tonight's show didn't amount to anything groundbreaking but some of the titles look great and are likely to be very playable.
You can watch a rerun of Sony's State of Play event across its various platform on social media, as well as on its own Twitch and YouTube channel. To keep things simple though, we've provided a run-down of all the titles revealed below.
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Little Devil Inside
The big reveal of the night was this detailed walkthrough of Little Devil Inside and its Tim Burton-esque feel.
Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach
Described as the most ambitious Five Nights at Freddy's yet, Security Breach has you playing as a young boy trapped in the Pizzaplex overnight.
Deathverse: Let it Die
This steam-punk action survival game is certainly out there. fight for fame, glory and fortune in this reality gameshow setting.
We are OFK
A music bio-pic of the band OFK that lets you become part of the group.
Bugsnax: The Isle of BIGsnax
This free update to the kid-friendly Bugsnax is slightly trippy but looks fun.
It's a crow with a sword, searching for a stolen soul in a twisted storybook setting. What's not to love?
Think Mario Kart with drifting in this free-to-play PS4 title. I'm really looking forward to giving this a try.
The King of Fighters XV
Head-to-head combat in a Street Fighter vibe and some great-looking graphics on the PS5.
First Class Trouble
Firs Class Trouble is an online deduction game. You play as either a resident or a personhood to complete your tasks and deceive the other players.
Star Ocean The Divine Force
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Star Ocean game, this new title comes with lots of action and great new worlds.
Watch Sony's PlayStation State of Play event below: