The Bethesda video game has been the great protagonist with 9 minutes of gameplay, but there have been many more titles.
Tonight’s State of Play was announced as a primarily Deathloop-centric event, and it has certainly been. On PlayStation they know that it is one of the strong launches that they have planned for this year, along with another Bethesda game such as Ghostwire Tokyo, and they wanted it to be the protagonist of a fairly decaffeinated event but that, even so, it has left some surprises. .
Moss 2 has brought virtual reality back to Sony’s consoleFor example, the thing started with some ads. An Arcadegeddon that in 3DGames We had already seen a few days ago, and that has left us pleasantly surprised. It is a third-person shooter that can be played alone or cooperatively, and has a lot of visual identity and a gameplay style that will surprise you. On the other hand, we also continued with a Moss 2, which returns virtual reality to Sony’s console in terms of today after a time of having it frankly abandoned after the announcement of PS VR 2 quite some time ago.
Afterwards, the pace of the State of Play was maintained in terms of the speed of the announcements, but the quality of the interest of them was significantly reduced. Either because some of the titles that were parading treasured an unequal interest, or because they hardly offered any more gameplay on proposals that we had already seen several times, such as that attractive gameplay of Guardians of the Night: Kimetsu no Yaiba, which is delightful from anime fans.
The beautiful JETT has been one of the surprises of the State of Play in JulyIt was a pleasure, yes, to know again about some indie video games to which we had something lost on the radar. For example, FIST: Forged in Shadow Torch, which was supposed to be out a few months ago but has finally come to fruition. release date for this second quarter with an explosive trailer. Or the always beautiful JETT: The Far Shore, which has been seen again with a lot of gameplay and the assurance from those responsible that we will see it this year.
There are other assorted announcements that you can check out in the news panel of 3DGames, but the event has picked up its final rhythm with the new Lost Judgment trailer which, by the way, will have a free next-gen update for PlayStation and Xbox before reaching the two big final protagonists.
On the one hand Death Stranding: Director’s Cut, which has finally specified its release date and, finally, the Bethesda shooter: it came as the great protagonist of State of Play, and it has been with a 9 minute gameplay really attractive that you can see on these lines and that it has been the best of streaming by far.
Here are all the news that the State of Play of July 2021 has left us:
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