Prior to the arrival of the event, the PlayStation brand warned fans not to expect "big PS5 announcements," though some third-party and indie games for the next-gen console are expected to make an appearance. The focus, however, will be on "upcoming PS4 and PS VR," so there definitely won't be a date or price announced for the PS5 just yet. The episode will run for around 40 minutes, and there's sure to be some surprises in store even if there's no big next-gen news.
To kick off the stream, Activison offered an update an Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, which launches on PS4 and Xbox One in September. After, Sony confirmed VR support for the entire Hitman trilogy on PlayStation, including the currently unreleased Hitman III.
The focus then shifted to The Pathless, a PS5 game from Giant Squad, the studio behind sleeper hit Abzu. After the brief next-gen preview, some more PS4 games got some time in the spotlight. Spelunky 2, Aeon Must Die, Genshin Impact, and Anno Mutationem all got a trailer. The PlayStation 5 love didn't stop there, though, as Bugsnax, which made an impression during the last State of Play, got another trailer showcasing more of the gameplay.
Hood: Outlaws and Legends got announced during the stream, with a violent trailer that shows the online gameplay. The game is due to launch sometime next year, and will be joined by the Pokémon-inspired TemTem, and Godfall received an in-depth look at the gameplay. Take a look at enxtensive clip from Godfall below.
Watch the stream above.