Gaming News State of Play: Did Sony Only Show PS4/PS5 Exclusives Yesterday? We take stock
Last night was a State of Play organized by Sony. Despite everything, it must be noted that the twelve games presented yesterday were not explicit about one thing: which consoles they will be available on. We take stock with you.
- PC and PS4/PS: exclusive
- They will be shown at State of Play and are coming to other consoles as well
PC and PS4/PS: exclusive
Like the Nintendo Direct, the State of Play is an event favored by the company to talk about games coming to PlayStation consoles in the short or long term. This meeting very often mobilizes the expectations (even the fantasies) of the players for the exclusive games for PS4 and PS5. Which ones were there yesterday?
In chronological order of releases, it’s the PS5-exclusive Returnal that gets the ball rolling. the villain
Ghostwire Tokyo is guaranteed to have some PlayStation magic in this first half as Forspoken, which was present during the State of Play, was recently postponed. Like Ghostwire Tokyo, Forspoken is a two-year limited exclusivity, releasing October 11th on PC and PS5. Then it is the Gigabash game that is the penultimate exclusive of this State of Play. mixture of party game and from against fighting a la Smash Bros., a la Godzilla, players can control large monsters and destroy the cityscape to gain power. It is expected in 2022 on PC, PS4 and PS5. And with another PlayStation exclusive, the State of Play ended as it is Valkyrie Elysium. The next iteration of the Valkyrie Profile saga sets itself apart from its predecessors by putting aside the turn-based nature and giving pride of place to action. It is expected in 2023 on PS4, PS5 and PC.
- Return: Ascension (3.0) – PS5 – March 22, 2022
- Ghostwire Tokyo – Limited PC/PS5 Exclusive – March 25, 2022
- Forspoken – Limited PC/PS5 Exclusive – 11th October 2022
- GigaBash – PC/PS4/PS5 – 2022
- Valkyrie Elisium – PC/PS4/PS5 – 2023
They will be shown at State of Play and are coming to other consoles as well
On the other hand, many games planned for Xbox or even Switch consoles were also presented yesterday. This is the case, for example, with Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy: Origin The third demo of this was deployed yesterday and is expected on March 18th on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series. At the same time, it’s a tunnel of games awaited for 2022 with more modest ambitions that have pushed them into the spotlight from the State of Play. Among them we mention the compilation of 13 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles titles expected in 2022 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Nintendo Switch. Similar supports have been observed for DioField Chronicle, a tactical RPG set in a medieval universe, also slated for release in 2022.
Expected for this spring In addition to being available on PC, PS5 and PS4, Trek to Yomi will also be available on Xbox consoles and in Game Pass. The same goes for Gundam Evolution and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R coming this year and coming to PC, Xbox Series, Xbox One, PS5 and PS4 respectively. And of course, to conclude this article, we will talk about Exoprimal: This is Capcom’s new license that mixes competitive battles and dinosaur invasions. The title is expected in 2023 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series.
- Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy: Origin – PC/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series/Xbox One – March 18, 2022
- Trek to Yomi – PC/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series/Xbox One – Printemps 2022
- Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R – PC/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series/Xbox One/ Nintendo Switch – Fall 2022
- TMNT: The Cowabunga Collection – PC/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch – 2022
- DioField Chronicle – PC/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch – 2022
- Gundam Evolution – PC/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series/Xbox One – 2022
- Exoprimal – PC/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series/Xbox One – 2023
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