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Sony shows new trailers for PS5 games

The big announcement of Sony’s “State of Play”, which showed new content for upcoming PS5 games, was definitely Final Fantasy VII Remake Integrade. The expanded and visibly revamped version of the game should appear on June 10 for the PS5. Anyone who has already bought the game for the PS4 (here in the futurezone test) will receive a free upgrade.

In addition to the trailer for the game, Sony also showed a feature that highlights the visual differences between the two versions – and thus also demonstrates the strength of the new console, which continues to be in short supply.

Returnal

After 2020 almost exclusively produced sequels and remakes, many fans are waiting for completely new content. Returnal is now opening up a whole new world. The feature shows gameplay and story elements of the third-person shooter.

Surprising: Despite the extensive history and character development, the horror game is a kind of roguelike. If the protagonist Selene dies, the game starts all over again. However, she remembers the last attempt.

Five Nights at Freddie’s: Security Breach

The indie hit Five Nights at Freddies is getting a new offshoot. The gameplay has not yet been revealed that it will be scary, but there is no question.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits

Finally, Kena Bridge of Spirits also has a release date. The action-adventure game for PS4 and PS5 will be released on August 24th.

Together with cute ghosts, as soul guide Kena, you set out to a mountain shrine and discover the secret of a village.

Sifu

After “Absolver”, “Sifu” is another fighting game that is coming onto the market. As a young Kong Fu student, you prepare for revenge for the murder of your family. The setting is reminiscent of classic martial arts films.

The highlight: With the help of a magic pendant, the hero manages to be revived after each death. However, each time he ages quite a bit and may not be able to complete his mission.

Oddworld: Soulstorm

Oddworld: Soulstorm is now regularly featured in trailer shows. After it was initially postponed to spring 2021, the release has finally been given a date: April 6th it will be available for PS4, PS5 and PC. For PS Plus subscribers with a PS5 it is even free.

Deathloop

The time loop shooter is due to be released on May 21 for PC and PS5. Again and again you experience the same situation here while the hero Colt, who suffers from amnesia, tries to remember.

On the PlayStation blog, the developers especially highlight the sound design, with “Psychedelic Rock with borrowings from vintage sci-fi, jazz and various exotic and traditional sounds”.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time

It won’t be long before the long-awaited sequel to Crash Bandicoot hits the PS5. 4K and 60 fps are promised, as well as the use of the adaptive triggers of the new DualSense controller.

Solar Ash

Running, jumping, climbing and fighting – that’s the gameplay of Solar Ash. Now there was a first glimpse into the game mechanics of the dynamic indie title. There is no release date yet, but it should appear in 2021 for PS4, PS5 and in the Epic Store for PC.

Knockout City

EA’s futuristic “Dodgeball” game can be tested in beta from April 2-4. It can be played across platforms on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PC.

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