PlayStation State of Play: Everything Announced During Sony's December 10 Livestream

PlayStation State of Play: Everything Announced During Sony's December 10 Livestream

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Sony promised one last State of Play livestream for today, December 10, and it came with news on unknown indies, viral hits, and massive AAA games alike. Here's everything revealed at PlayStation State of Play for December 10, 2019.

Resident Evil 3 Confirmed -- But Wait, There's More

As many expected, Capcom used the Sony show to reveal the game that was leaked last month. Resident Evil 3 is real, it's coming on April 3, 2020, and it even includes Resident Evil Resistance, once believed to be a standalone game, as its multiplayer mode. A new trailer teased the makeover built in the same engine that recently birthed the Resident Evil 2 remake and Resident Evil 7.

Kingdom Hearts 3 DLC Incoming

Another headline leaked last week sprouted up again as we got confirmation on the release date of the Kingdom Hearts 3 Re:Mind DLC. The expansion will include new playable characters and will launch on January 23, 2020, almost exactly one year from the game's original launch date.

Ghost of Tsushima Shares Half of a Trailer

Sony teased news on their big exclusive but then decided to use their livestream to tease it again. A partial trailer was shown during State of Play that ends by instructing fans to tune into this Thursday's The Game Awards for more. It seems likely we'll finally get a release date at the award ceremony, but for now, here's another teaser trailer.

Dreams Exits Early Access Next February

Many people are already playing Media Molecule's game creation tool Dreams since it became an unprecedented early access title on PlayStation earlier this year, but if you've been waiting for the 1.0 launch, you won't have to wait much longer. With a new trailer, the team revealed the game releases in full on February 14, 2020.

Untitled Goose Game Honks Onto PS4 (and Xbox) Next Week

Yet another headline we were already made aware of thanks to a leak, Untitled Goose Game has been officially confirmed for launch on PS4 next week, December 17. It was later announced that the game arrives on Xbox One on the same day and directly into Game Pass.

Predator: Hunting Grounds Arrives in April

Illfonic already gave us one asymmetrical multiplayer horror in Friday The 13th and now they've moved from Camp Crystal Lake to the humid jungle. We saw this game revealed months ago and in today's new trailer we got a glimpse of Predator gameplay alongside a release date reveal. It swoops in on April 24, 2020.

Spellbreak, a Battle Royale Full of Mages, Is Getting a PS4 Closed Beta

PC players have already had a chance to go hands-on with Spellbreak as it's currently in early access on the platform. Now it's been revealed that next spring PS4 players will have a chance to jump in as well, with a closed beta planned. Access will be granted to all who purchase the game's Founder's Pack when we get closer to launch.

New Square Enix Action IP, Babylon's Fall, Debuts Gameplay Footage

Square Enix has a whole catalog of beloved franchises, and they're hoping to add one more soon with Babylon's Fall, a new title from PlatinumGames. The over-the-top action will be familiar to those who spent a lot of time with the studio's previous work. See for yourself in this first-look gameplay reveal.

Reintroducing Paper Beast, a VR Sandbox Featuring an Origami Animal Kingdom

We learned of Paper Beast months ago, but the PSVR project has been quiet since its reveal. During State of Play, we finally got a much closer look at the game's strange papercraft world and a hint of how players will interact with the flora and fauna of the origami ecosystem. It's coming in "Q1 2020."

Trippy First-Person Puzzler Superliminal Distorts Reality on PS4 Soon

Superliminal comes from the Portal family tree of mind-bending first-person puzzlers, and fresh off its PC launch just weeks ago, it's now been revealed for PS4, though no date has yet been confirmed. The strange mechanics of screwing with perspective are like a Michel Gondry fever dream. See for yourself.

That's everything the PlayStation team revealed at the final State of Play event of the year. It seems they've packed the first third of 2020 with quite a lot for players to look out for.

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