Another State of Play showcase from Sony has now been and gone, this time sharing news for previously revealed indie and third-party games. A fairly low-key affair for saying it was only the second general State of Play livestream of 2023, but there were a few announcements and reveals to take note of.
The big piece of news was that Final Fantasy VII Rebirth launches for PS5 on 29th February 2024. Other reveals were the Resident Evil 4 DLC Separate Ways, an expansion for Tales of Arise, and focuses on indies like Baby Steps.
As always, though, we want to hear what your immediate reactions to Sony's latest State of Play livestream. Were you impressed with the announcements or did you come away wanting more? Place your vote in our poll and then expand on your thoughts in the comments below.
Liam grew up with a PlayStation controller in his hands and a love for Metal Gear Solid. Nowadays, he can be found playing the latest and greatest PS5 games as well as supporting Derby County. That last detail is his downfall.
FF7 Rebirth looks amazing, and I'm sure Spider-Man 2 will be a hit, but otherwise it wasn't great.
Needed new non-VR/multiplayer announcements.
4/10 the Switch 3 and Peggle 5 wasn't shown off.
Does the Pope sh*t in the woods? No, the answer is he sh*ts on a golden toilet. This was not a golden toilet of a SoP, this was a tetanus-riddled pub urinal.
BROOOOO THAT REBIRTH TRAILER
It wasn't amazing but it wasn't terrible like some people will try and make out it was. A solid 7/10 from me.
FF7 ReBirth, Avatar, HellDivers 2, Spiderman 2, Tales of Arise DLC, Resident Evil 4 DLC and Foamstars all looked great and all day one must haves after tonights SoP.
Also wow how stacked is February looking now.
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