Yesterday, Sony hosted its semi-regular State of Play event, showcasing trailers for upcoming titles, new announcements, and a first look at some fresh IP.
The 20-minute showcase unveiled Exoprimal, a new dinosaur-fighting co-op game from Capcom slated to release in 2023 across multiple platforms.
Viewers got a first look at GigaBash, a new team-based brawler from new Malaysian studio Passion Republic Games. It is set to release later this year.
State of Play also showed a first glimpse of two new IPs from Square Enix, a strategy RPG called The DioField Chronicles and another RPG, Valkyrie Elysium. Both are slated to release sometime in 2022.
Other announcements included a new collection of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games titled The Cowabunga Collection. The game, from Konami, contains 11 previously-released TNMT titles including the original arcade game, Tournament Fighters, The Hyperstone Heist and more.
Other announcements included a remake of 2013 game JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle due to release in autumn, and Gundam Evolution, an online shooter based on the big robot franchise. A network test for the latter will open sometime in the spring.
Returnal is also getting a free update on March 22 that will add a co-op option to the roguelike, as well as a new area to explore.
A new trailer for Ghostwire: Tokyo was shown, which is due to release later this month following its delay last year. Trek To Yomi, an upcoming samurai-inspired fighting game, also got a trailer.
There was also another look at announced Square Enix games; Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, and Forspoken, which is now slated to launch in October following a delay last week.