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PlayStation’s latest State of Play was recently announced, with it being a 20 minute presentation focused on third-party games.
Without further ado, here’s everything presented at the State of Play:
Deathverse: Let It Die
Deathverse: Let It Die is reminiscent of the dystopian world of The Hunger Games where fighters battle to the death while the well-off watch for their enjoyment. Indeed, be the last one standing in this survival of the fittest game and use multiple playstyles and weapons to make it to the end.
Deathverse: Let It Die releases Spring 2022.
We Are OFK
A music biopic about the indie band OFK takes players through the story of how the band all started and how they’ve kept it going since. The game will be told in a five episode series with each episode playing out as an interactive music video.
We Are OFK launches 2022.
Bugsnax: The Isle of Bugsnax
The mystery of the Bugsnax continues as the game is set to expand with a free update. Explore an island which had preserved giant, prehistoric bugsnax. Not only will they be giant, but there will also be new species to explore. Additionally, bugsnax will now be able to wear hats and you can decorate your own hut.
Bugsnax: The Isle of Bugsnax will launch early 2022 as a free update.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach
A closer look at Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach highlighted an almost completely revamped game. In the latest entry of the horror series, the player will try to survive the night trapped in a children’s play place staying alive as the animatronics hunt them down. While other entries in the series focused more on a series of cameras, traps, and other devices as the player stayed in one location, this new entry seems more like an adventure horror game as the player runs around the store trying to survive with any means necessary.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach releases December 16th, 2021.
When one dies in this world, there is a crow to come harvest the souls. Play as that crow in this indie action RPG as it heads to PlayStation for the first time November 23rd.
Take on the slippery, zany challenge of this classic card racer. Racers will now have multiple costumes to express their personalities as Kartrider: Drift releases free-to-play in 2022.
The King of Fighters XV
The King of Fighters (pun intended) is back with its 15th mainline entry. The traditional fighter will have an open beta from November 19th, 7:00pm – November 22nd, 6:59am PST with eight playable characters, online play, and offline training modes. The full title releases February 17th, 2022.
First Class Trouble
Online social deception and deducation games have been all the rage and First Class Trouble adds its own twist to it. You are assigned a role of resident or personoid, with residents trying to make it to the center of the map and the personoids trying to prevent residents from doing it.
First Class Trouble will make its way to PlayStation on November 2nd, 2021. It will also available on PlayStation Plus in November.
Star Ocean: The Divine Force
A new game from Square Enix, Star Ocean: The Divine Force, takes players to the edges of the galaxy when their spaceship is suddenly destroyed. Stranded on an unknown planet, players must fight with both local monsters and a galactic space station in order to save the planet.
Star Ocean: The Divine Force launches 2022.
Little Devil Inside
A closer look at the action adventure game Little Devil Inside helped tease out more the game’s main premise. After a task turns in an unexpected way, the protagonist is put on a journey where his survival skills are put to the test while fighting off unexpected monstrous creations.
Little Devil Inside launches 2022.