Sony Announce Releases Date For ‘Resident Evil’ Remake & More At State Of Play
Sony has made some big announcements at its State of Play conference. A Resident Evil remake is ready to be released for PlayStation on April 3, 2020 as well as Project Resistance, an online survival game that comes with its own campaign mode.
Kingdom Hearts III DLC expansion is being released with brand new characters and battles on January 23, 2020.
Untitled Goose Game’s “malarky and honking havoc” will be available for Playstation 4 on December 17.
Dreams will be released for PlayStation 4 on February 14, 2020, a game fans have been long awaiting.
Spellbreak, a new battle royale game combining role-play and magical battles from Proletariat, is starting a closed beta.
Also being released is Paper Beast, a VR sandbox game where you explore maps full of weird beasts, coming out in the first quarter of 2020. A new Predator game is coming out on April 24, 2020. From Square Enix and platinum, new footage of Babylon’s Fall, an adventure game that blends a medieval/fantasy setting with a sci-fi feeling for combat.
Superliminal, a perspective and physics-based puzzle where players can move through dreamlike landscapes, is being released on Playstation 4 at a date that is not being disclosed as of now.
Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima will have a much more complete trailer that will answer many questions being asked by fans. The release will take place at the Game Awards.