ICYMI: Here’s Everything from PlayStation’s June 2022 State of Play

Final Fantasy XVI, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Street Fighter 6, and a ton of PSVR2 games were shown off.

A new State of Play, PlayStation’s semi-occasional game information streaming event, was broadcast today. The series has traditionally been fairly low-key, but sometimes features major announcements like the Resident Evil 3 Remake or the reintroduction of Final Fantasy VII Remake and…other, non-remake things. This time, Sony emphasized that the show would focus on third-party partners and PSVR2, a product they have talked about several times but not really blown out quite yet.

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  • In addition, Resident Evil Village will support PlayStation VR 2 as well.
  • The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Retribution, a VR game in The Walking Dead franchise, is also coming to PSVR2.
  • Hey, No Man’s Sky! Also on PSVR2!
  • Spider-Man Remastered, the remastered version of 2018’s PS4 title, is coming to PC on August 12. The remaster was previously only included with the Deluxe version of Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PS5 and was not for sale separately.
  • Stray, the techno-city game where you play as a cat, releases on July 19. It will also be freely available to those with the higher tier of PlayStation Plus, detailed here.
  • Rollerdrome, a cel-shaded narrative sports game about skating in an arena and shooting dudes, will be released on PS4 and PS5 on August 16 as a console exclusive.
  • Eternights, a dating-sim action game, is hitting PS4 and PS5 in early 2023.
  • Street Fighter 6 is shown for the first time since its announcement earlier this year. The lengthy trailer shows off the game’s single-player mode for the first time, as well as a 2023 release. It’s coming to both PS4 and PS5.
  • Tunic, the fox-led indie adventure game, is coming to PlayStation 4 and 5 on September 27.
  • Season: A Letter to the Future, a previously announced title from Darwin Project developer Scavengers, gets a longer trailer and an Autumn 2022 target.
  • Final Fantasy XVI is finally shown again for the first time since its debut in 2020. The action RPG shows a very Devil May Cry-like combat system featuring one-on-one and group battles. Summons seem to be both a very important part of the narrative and gameplay. A target date of Summer 2023 is revealed at the end.