It’s been a busy few weeks with Nintendo Direct, State of Play and Pokemon Direct all within such a short time frame. Trying to keep expectations low for this one. Here’s what happened during the February 2021 State of Play.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time
We start the show with Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s about time for PS5. It’s a feature run-down of the new features for the PS5 version of the game. If you own the PS4 version of the game, there is an update to PS5 available. Coming March 12th to PS5.
We get the latest look at Returnal from Housemarque. Every time you die and restart the map will change. Returnal comes April 30th.
Knockout City which we saw at the Nintendo Direct last week is up next.
Time for something new. A first look at a PS5 game from Sloclap. It’s call Sifu, coming in 2021.
Solar Ash from Heart Machine & Annapurna Interactive is up next. It looks really familiar to The Pathless which sadly I didn’t get on with. Hold out hope for this one though.
Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Security Breach
If you’re a fan of scary games, this next one is for you. Another look at Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Security Breach. Never been caught up with the Five Night at Freddy’s hype. It doesn’t look too bad though.
Another look at Oddworld: Soulstorm. This will be a pick up for me for sure. Coming April 6th to PS4 & PS5. Here’s hoping for a physical edition. It’s a PSPlus game for April.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits
Time to catch up with Kena (which looks glorious). Coming August 24th (it’s been delayed)
Next up a look at Deathloop, Still yet to be sold on this personally.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade
How about a huge update for one of 2020’s most celebrated games? It’s Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Available worldwide 10th June 2021, it’s upgraded for PS5.
And that’s our State of Play. It was almost like for like the same game roster as the last State of Play. I said keep expectations in check.