Everything Announced In October’s State of Play


The latest State of Play presentation from PlayStation gave fans some updates about what they can expect to see on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Headlined by the first in-depth look at Little Devil Inside, the show had a lot to offer players.

Death Becomes Reality…TV

First up was a new trailer for Deathverse: Let It Die. Set for release in Spring 2022, this multiplayer survival action game puts players in the middle of a reality tv game show. Fame, fortune and glory await, but only if you survive long enough to claim it.

Deathverse: Let It Die is currently in development for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

We Are OFK

Up next was We Are OFK. An episodic story featuring the indie-pop band OFK, this five-part story will follow the group as they try and break into the music business. With each episode also serving as a music video for one of the songs on their upcoming EP, players will be able to join the band on their journey when the game launches on PlayStation in 2022.

We Are OFK is currently in development for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

A Big Update To Bugsnax Is On The Way

Young Horses, the team behind Bugsnax gave fans a first look at the next major update coming to the game. Featuring a whole new island location, new bugsnax, new living locations and more, the Isle of Bigsnax will be a free update coming in early 2022.

Bugsnax is available now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC and Mac.

FNAF: Security Breach Release Date Confirmed

The next instalment in the Five Nights At Freddy’s series, Security Breach, now has a confirmed release date. The latest trailer for the game, which showcased the game’s Mega Pizza Plex location along with new characters Roxanne Wolf, Montgomery Gator and Glamrock Chica, confirmed that the game will be launching on console this December.

Five Nights At Freddy’s: Security Breach will be available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on December 16.

Death’s Door, Fighters, Riders and some First Class Trouble

Up next were previews of four upcoming titles coming to PlayStation:

  • Death’s Door is a top down action adventure game set in a dark mysterious world coming to PlayStation in November,
  • King of Fighters XV’s latest trailer showcased new fighter Dolores and announced that there will be an open beta test taking place in November,
  • Arcade racer KartRider: Drift will have a beta test in December ahead of its launch in 2022,
  • First Class Trouble, a social deception game set aboard a luxury space cruiser, will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 as part of November’s PlayStation Plus lineup.

Star Ocean Returns With A New Story

Square Enix has announced that a new Star Ocean game will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in 2022. Entitled The Divine Force, this new story will feature two central characters, Raymond and Laeticia who will find their worlds colliding in a new adventure. The debut trailer for the game gave players a sneak peek at the locations they will be able to explore along with some of their party members and the enemies they may face along the way.

Star Ocean: The Divine Force is currently in development for a 2022 release on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

Little Devil Inside

The show closed with the first in-depth look at Little Devil Inside. First announced during the PlayStation 5 reveal event back in June 2020, this new trailer introduced players to protagonist Billy and the world he inhabits.

The trailer also showcased some of the key gameplay aspects, including cooking, hunting and exploration. With a Victorian-inspired setting and expansive world, Little Devil Inside appears to have a lot in store for players when it launches sometime in 2022.

Little Devil Inside is currently in development for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 for a 2022 release.

Watch the State of Play presentation in full below:

Words by Megan Roxburgh

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