PlayStation State Of Play: Part 2

Judge Eyes (Photo Courtesy Of Sony)

Judge Eyes (Photo Courtesy Of Sony)

Hunter’s Arena: Legends

Hunter’s Arena: Legends is a 30-player combat-based Battle Royale set in the ancient Aisa. Different from traditional battle games, Hunter’s Arena also incorporates the level-up system, item collection, BOSS fights and MMORPG. Fight and become the last one standing on July 15.


Experience intense hand-to-hand combat in Sifu, a third-person action game developed by Sloclap. You’ll control a young Kung-Fu student on a journey of revenge, treading over the hidden corners of the city. Fight, fall and rise, as you do in all games. But in Sifu, you age as the price of recovering. The game will be released in “early 2022.”

JETT: The Far Shore

JETT: The Far Shore is an exploratory single-player adventure set on a mythic planet. You’ll play as the scout Mei, experiencing this never-before-seen world. The laid-back atmosphere welcomes you to tread over the sweeping land, glide through the grand sky, and soak in the deep ocean. The release date is still to be confirmed.

Demon Slayer – Kimetsu No Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles

Coming on October 14, The Hinokami Chronicles gives you the opportunity to relive your favorite scenes in Demon Slayer. In Solo Mode, you’ll follow Tanjiro through the story from the anime, bringing Nezuko back to human. In Versus Mode, you can choose multiple characters from the anime and fight with others on or offline.

Lost Judgment

The investigative action game Lost Judgment turns the player into a fierce detective attempting to solve two impossible murders. The release date is fixed for September 24.

Death Stranding

Death Stranding is set in a post-apocalyptic world plagued by otherworldly creatures and supernatural events. To save humanity from annihilation, Sam Porter Bridges travels across the ravaged land in search of any signs of hope. State of Play introduced the enhanced Death Stranding experience for PS5 and upcoming equipment as well as missions.

To some fans’ disappointment, the livestream did not include updates on the next God of War, Horizon Forbidden West, or the next generation of PlayStation VR.

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