Everything shown in PlayStation’s State of Play broadcast
PlayStation’s July State of Play broadcast included new details on Death Stranding’s PS5 Director’s Cut, a reveal for Moss: Book 2, a delay for Sifu and a lot of Deathloop.
The 30-minute show kicked off with Moss: Book 2, a second chapter of cute virtual reality mouse adventuring coming to PlayStation VR.
We have a good look at the game and a chat with developer Polyarc on what to expect (more puzzles! more emotions!) and what not (no multiplayer!) in our Moss: Book 2 reveal story.
Next up was Arcadegeddon, a PS5 and PC multiplayer shooter out in early access today. It’s being developed by Illfonic, the studio behind Predator: Hunting Grounds.
We got a quick look at Hunter’s Arena, a battle royale already available on Steam which is now headed to PS4 and PS5.
Next was a look at Tribes of Midgard, and its post-launch bits and pieces. Season one, The Wolf Saga, adds a new rune system, quests and season-exclusive items.
An update on Sifu, the hand-to-hand combat game from Absolver developer Sloclap, revealed a delay to “early 2022”.
Jett: The Far Shore, a space adventure from Superbrothers, continues to look intriguing. There was confirmation of a 2021 launch, which is vague but something.
FIST: Forged In Shadow Torch launches for PS4 and PS5 on 7th September:
Sega’s The Demon Slayer arrives for PS4 and PS5 on 15th October:
And we got a good look at Yakuza spin-off Lost Judgment, also from Sega, with its English voice acting:
Death Stranding’s PS5 Directors Cut includes new story missions and, bizarrely, a racing mode. We also got a release date: 24th September. There’s a bunch of new combat additions, gadgets and other bits and pieces too.