Well-known franchises, long-awaited sequels, daring aesthetics, and many worlds to explore. Playstation has deployed much of its visual power in its new State of Play that, as Sony advised, has not included news about hardware. But yes, an excellent string of new glimpses of games we already knew and some new ones. This is what we have discovered.
The novelties presented of the State of Play of Playstation
Crash Bandicoot 4 – It’s about time: A classic platform game that will use all the power of the new generation (and the present) to modernize its proposal without losing the classic flavor. It boasts native 4K at 60 fps, a novel use of the adaptive triggers of the Playstation 5 controller and fast charging.
Returnal: Loops in time are the new slow motion, and this spectacular Housemarque game about a special pilot lost on an inhospitable planet is the perfect proof. Frantic but rewind action in a game that promises to be one of the sensations of the season, with its worlds always different and constantly reformulated, its impressive arsenal and its nightmare worlds linked to the protagonist. It comes out on April 30.
Knockout City: This multiplatform will arrive on May 21 and its presentation video has been revealed as frantic and intense as you would expect in a multiplayer inspired by the dodgeball. You will have to travel large spaces and control the shots with the effect of the ball. A cross play beta is promised to download shortly.
Sifu: A Sloclap title of which no technical details have been given, but which has conquered us with its style of a classic martial arts film and its spatial finish that connects with a certain oriental aesthetic of origami and flat colors. If there was an ultraviolent origami, of course. It comes out in 2021.
Solar Ash: An indie by Heart Machine (creators of the tremendous ‘Hyper Light Drifter’), which proposes a colorful and evocative platform game, where according to the very words of the presentation, speed, fluidity, and reflexes will be valued. A title of exploration and classic breath ability, but in some aspects such as the design of the scenarios and some enemies it has a modern flavor.
Five Nights at Freddy: Security Breach: The indie horror franchise has taken a turn towards the first person and less suffocating mechanics with a story set in what seems to be a shopping center that in its hours of darkness is controlled by the terrifying dolls that we know from the rest of the saga. A leap to fame or death certificate for the series?
Oddworld Soulstorm: Another very classic Playstation saga (its first installments date from the first PSOne) that returns with this graphically exquisite sequel on April 6. We have the cuddly precious sets common in the franchise, humor and some powers that never go out of style, like possession. It will be available for download from launch day on Playstation Plus.
Kena Bridge of Spirits: August 24 is the date announced for this impressive adventure of action and exploration whose visual finish borders on the detail of an animated film. Together with the protagonist, they will have to explore a forest and find out what is the sinister threat that disturbs their peace. To help us we will be accompanied by some funny black creatures that will facilitate us, among other things, to make our way through complicated puzzles.
Deathloop: Long awaited this new game from Arkane, developers of ‘Prey‘ Y ‘Dishonored‘. We said that time loops are in fashion and this shooter proves it with the story of two rival assassins trapped on an island and in a time loop. They will be forced to repeat the same tracto over and over again until they manage to eliminate a series of targets.
Final Fantasy VII – Remake Intergrade: And as a culmination, news with ‘Final Fantasy VII‘, which has shown both a comparative video with the new version of PS5 and its spectacular visual renovation (free for owners of the PS4 version), as well as new playable content headed by the character of Juffie. It will be part of the Intergrade expansion.
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