State of Play July 2021 game announcements and reveals
Sony held their PlayStation State of Play today to show off a bunch of details surrounding Bethesda’s Death Loop, indie and third-party titles. If you are interested in what was shown off today this post will highlight the various announcements and reveals that occurred during the livestream. See the State of Play July 2021 game announcements table below for more details.
What was announced during State of Play July 2021?
|Moss Book II||PlayStation VR game where you play as a mouse knight.|
|Arcadegeddon||Multiplayer third-person shooter title. Different biomes you can fight in. Early access out today. Full Launch 2022.|
|Tribes of Midgard||Gameplay overview on this top-down survival action RPG. Up to 10 players can play together. Season 1 will be Wolf Saga. 8 playable character classes. July 27 release date.|
|F.I.S.T.||Side-scroller action title where you play as a bunny in a dystopian type future world. Action game.|
|Hunter’s Arena Legend||Battle royale game releasing August 3rd.|
|SIFU||Martial arts third-person beat ’em up where you age when you die. Coming Early 2022.|
|Jett||Planet exploration game where you control both a drone (third-person) and character (in first-person). Coming 2021.|
|Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles||Game based on the popular anime. Third-person action title. October 15, 2021.|
|Lost Judgment||New Yakuza spin-off title.|
|Death Stranding Director’s Cut||Remastered version for PS5. Will featured a bunch of new items, delivery locations, and missions.|
|Deathloop||New look at the upcoming Deathloop first-person title out of Bethesda. Basically Hitman meets Dishonored. Go to level kill targets. If you die restart. Players can invade your game. September 14 release date.|
That’s everything that was announced during the State of Play July 2021. The livestream ran for about 40 minutes in duration. The games mentioned above are a mixture of AAA and indie titles. There is more State of Plays planned for the rest of the year so check back for more coverage.
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