Sony’s inaugural State of Play just ended and DualShockers has rounded up the 6 biggest announcements from the show for you.
Sony Interactive Entertainment held their first Nintendo Direct-style online presentation, aptly titled State of Play, today. Prior to today, there will still quite a lot of unknowns about the PS4 and PlayStation VR’s 2019 lineups, and State of Play was fortunately able to clear that up, at least for this Spring, and should tide fans over for the next few months.
As I mentioned, State of Play divulged a lot of new details about upcoming 2019 titles for PS4 and PlayStation VR. We were able to see games like Days Gone, Concrete Genie, Blood & Truth, and new games like Iron Man VR in action and also got a better idea of when to expect them. There were even a few cool surprises thrown in there to spice thing up as well. Here are the 6 biggest announcements from Sony’s March 25, 2019 State of Play:
Days Gone Delves Into Its Story With New Trailer
Days Gone will be out next month, but Sony Bend still had a new story trailer and some new gameplay to show during State of Play. Days Gone will release on April 26.
Concrete Genie Gets Delayed Until Fall 2019
We finally got another look at Concrete Genie during State of Play and learned that PixelOpus’ latest title has been pushed back to Fall 2019.
Blood & Truth Receives an In-Depth Trailer and Release Date
More was finally shown of upcoming PlayStation VR exclusive Blood & Truth during State of Play. It also got a May 28 release date.
Iron Man VR Announced for PlayStation VR
Sony and Camoflaj kicked off State of Play with the announcement of Iron Man VR. The game plays out from a first person perspective, and sees Iron Man taking on Ghost with the help of Friday. Iron Man VR will release for PlayStation VR sometime in 2019.
Mortal Kombat 11 Story Trailer Reveals Jax, Liu Kang, and Kung Lao
State of Play ended with a new Mortal Kombat 11 trailer ahead of its Closed Beta next this weekend. It revealed that Jax, Liu Kang, and Kung Lao were playable fighters. Mortal Kombat 11 releases on April 23.
Five Nights at Freddy’s VR Help Wanted
After leaking earlier this week, Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted was announced for PlayStation VR during State of Play. It will feature all levels from the original games as well as some new scenarios. Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted will release in Spring 2019.
So, there you have it. Those were the six most notable announcements and trailers from Sony’s inaugural State of Play. You can check out the full show below.