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State of Play 2024: Everything you need to remember from PlayStation announcements

A small event but big means! The State of Play has kept its promises and à The arrival of the announcements were able to attract attention.

 For fans of video games and more particularly those of the PlayStation franchise, we had to wait until late in the evening of this Wednesday, May 30 2024. At exactly midnight, the 'State of Play" launched on the internet and the PlayStation Youtube account. Sony had warned that the next few months following its call for information investment would be calm.

Despite everything, no less than fourteen new games have been released. revealed by Sony in 35 minutes. No Uncharted, Ratchet and Clank or even Spider-Man before March 2025, however we had the right à interesting surprises. If you missed the State of Play event, here's a recap of the main announcements.


The opening of the State of Play ball has begun. on a brand new game developed by the English studio Firesprite. Concord, that's what it's called, is a shooter game. the third person. Players embark on a science fiction level and several game modes are offered based on PvP (player versus player). The gameplay is very simple since teams of five compete against each other. Each player can choose from a roster of numerous characters based on the powers each of them possesses. ;eacute;seen August 23, 2024 on PS5 and PC.

God of War Ragnarok

As expected, the game straight from Santa Monica Studio is making its big comeback with a partnership with Jetpack Interactive. This version exclusively linked to laptops will take you on an epic and moving journey in which you can follow the destiny of Kratos and Atreus who will face threats to fight against the past. The game will benefit from much more advanced specificities for the most powerful devices as well as new options unlocked. We will still have to wait until the end of 2024 since God of War Ragnarok will not be released on PC until September 19.

Astro Bot

He's making a comeback! Astro Bot, the famous game developed by the Japanese studio Team Asoni, takes users on a search for the crew of the little robot Astro across 6 galaxies for no less than 80 levels. Brand new levels and features for this 3D game that will delight fans of adventure games. Astro Bot is expected on September 6, 2024 on your PS5 console, while pre-orders will open on June 7.

Monster Hunter Wilds

A new trailer that kept its promises until the end. The new game from the Capcom license reveals rich gameplay and numerous cinematics. The many details reveal the monsters that the protagonist will have to face during his exploration. He will be able to count on new mounts to complete his quests. Unlike other games, Monster Hunter Wilds does not have a release day but it is still planned for 2025 on PS5.

Until Dawn

For fans of PSVR2, the reality headset virtual environment developed by Sony exclusively for its PS5, several titles will soon be compatible. Among them, this great classic released on PS4 which will immerse you directly in the atmosphere of horror. You will have understood, it is of course Until Dawn which was improved and rethought for PC and PS5. The trailer plunges the viewer directly into the heart of the matter when a group of eight people find themselves in the mountains on an excursion that will turn into a nightmare. We won't tell you any more about the details but know that the game is announced for release. for the end of the year 2024.

You can find in detail all the event announcements in a blog published here. by PlayStation during the day of May 31, 2024.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116