With PlayStation withdrawing from gaming events like E3 and especially not holding their usual end of the year PlayStation Experience, the only real “news” to come direct from PlayStation this year has really just come from their take on the Nintendo Direct style date drops. Today Tuesday December 10th, we have another one and with only a couple of days until the annual Game Awards, this is a bit of a surprise to be having. But, below you will find the news and trailers from this pre-recorded briefing:
We open with a trailer of a…….sandwich…which quickly turns into the reveal and confirmation that PC hit of 2019, Untitled Goose Game is coming to PS4 December 17th!
Spellbreak is then announced, this online MMORPG coming to PS4 in 2020, no doubt a response to titles landing on Xbox One first such as Black Desert.
Next we have an update from Media Molecule on DREAMS, with the release date finally of February 14th 2020!
A Look at a new mind bending puzzle game called Superliminal, coming to PS4 in 2020
A chance to look at the PSVR titles, Paper Beast, a delightful game with a wonderful living breathing world for players to immerse themselves in, coming early 2020.
Now we look at the first DLC Expansions for Kingdom Hearts III, Re-Mind, coming January 23rd 2020 on PS4.
Next an update on Predator Hunting Grounds, due to release on April 24th 2020, trailer showing different Predator classes in this 4V1 multiplayer based game.
Babylon’s Fall is a game from the collaboration of Square Enix and Platinum Games , coming next summer.
Project Resistance is up next but with a surprising twist, as it is revealed that it is actually a game mode to be included in the Resident Evil 3 Remastered coming April 3rd 2020 to PS4!
PlayStation 25th Anniversary is celebrated next as Ken Kutargari has a special message for fans.
State of Play comes to close with something PlayStation fans have been crying out for all year, an update and new look at PlayStation exclusive ‘Ghosts of Tsushima’, but alas…no release date just a to be continued…but more will be shown at the Game Awards on Thursday.
Well that was actually quite good I thought, the focus on release dates for titles fans have been waiting for this year, a couple of reveals which were interesting but ‘Ghosts of Tsushima’, perhaps the biggest game fans have been waiting to hear more about has been at least teased as having its release date announced at The Game Awards on Thursday. Overall, just safe and nothing hugely big news really but some release dates for titles announced in 2018 and finally landing in 2020.
Now eyes turn to The Game Awards to see if PlayStation has anything else to reveal!