State of Play: Sony shows a lot of VR and a little new for the PS4 [Notiz]

State of Play: Sony zeigt viel VR und ein wenig Neues für die PS4

With the livestream format “State of Play” Sony would like to give the players regularly an overview of upcoming games and announcements. In the first edition, the presentation was entirely within the PlayStation VR. In addition, Sony also offered new information about upcoming PS4 games like Days Gone.

Lots of VR, few other titles

Developer Hello Games announced that No Man's Sky will be released for PlayStation VR. This is done as part of the developer announced update No Man's Sky Beyond, in which the game will be extended by several features, including online multiplayer without micro-transactions, should be. VR functionality also comes on the Steam version of No Man's Sky. Marvel also announces a VR project developed by PlayStation Worldwide Studios and announces Iron Man VR. In addition to Five Nights At Freddy's VR: Help Wanted and Blood & Truth, Sony promised to release more information for their own console VR titles in the coming months.

Also there was more info about the thriller game Observation by Devolver Digital, which was announced last year. According to the game will be released on May 21 and exclusively for the PlayStation 4 appear. In addition, appear under its own brand a few smaller titles such as the action adventure game Concrete Genius, which is to appear in the fall of this year.

As the penultimate announcement Sony showed excerpts of the April 26 exclusive game Days Gone. This gave the players a deeper insight into the zombie infected world and the story. The conclusion was Mortal Kombat 11, which introduced new fighters and features. Mortal Kombat will be released on April 23 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

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