The PlayStation State of Play on October 27 went to the archives without any particular jolts or twists. Moreover, Sony itself had immediately made it clear that there would be no first party titles, and the presentation would only involve third-party titles, with a particular focus on indies.
The event opens with DeathVerse: Let It Die, a title set in the Let It Die universe arriving on PS5 and PS4 in the course of 2022, which then leaves room for the trailer for We Are OFK, a production that stands out for its intriguing graphic style and also scheduled for 2022. It is then the turn of The Isle of Bigsnax, Bugsnax DLC which is lively and colorful exactly like the base game and which will be available for free at the beginning of next year.
After a taste of Five Night at Freddy’s: Security Breach, the release of Death’s Door on PS4 and PS5 is confirmed for November 23, 2021, with Titan Souls as a gift for those who will make the pre-order. After the announcement of KartRider Drift to debut on Sony consoles in 2022, SNK announces the Open Beta Test of The King of Fighters XV for the next 20 November in Europe, which will offer us a taste of the expected fighting game scheduled for release in February .
The State of Play is approaching its final stages with First Class Trouble confirmed for the PlayStation Plus in November, to then show the trailer for Star Ocean: The Driving Force, the new chapter of the series also expected for next year on PS5 and PS4. And with the new Little Devil Inside footage, the curtain falls on the Sony event.