All The Games From PlayStation State Of Play October 2021

The last PlayStation State Of Play took place in October 2021 and revealed several games. Several months later, another PlayStation State Of Play live stream has taken place on 27 October 2021, showcasing around 20 minutes of games.

Check them out below:

Little Devil Inside

Set in a Victorian-like era where creatures, monsters and other mysterious lifeforms DO exist, Little Devil Inside is a stylish action-adventure from independent developer Neostream Interactive.

You are hired by a professor at the local university to help research, investigate and study paranormal activities that are reported but rarely acknowledged as legitimate threats.

Embark on risky and dangerous missions, engage in side quests, encounter unexpected events, roam and explore a world where industrial advancements are well underway. Do whatever it takes to stay alive and fulfil your assignments.

It’s coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and PC at an unspecified release date.

Deathverse Let It Die

Publisher GungHo Online Entertainment and developer Supertrick Games have announced Let It Die follow-up Deathverse Let It Die for PS5 and PS4. It will launch as a free-to-play title in spring 2022.

This game is set in the world after the events of Let It Die, where players fight for stardom in the survival TV reality show Death Jamboree. The show takes place in a virtual world known as the Deathverse, which was created by the Yotsuyama Group as a final destination for people’s souls.

As participants in the show, players will face off against a multitude of rivals. Here’s a brief explanation of how this all works:

Upon participating in Death Jamboree, all contestants will be outfitted with a special “Wilson” unit, a robotic device that assists you in combat. Wilson units are equipped with a wide range of features made possible by cutting-edge technology. They’re considered a must-have item by well-to-do consumers everywhere.

Wilson units can transform into drone and weapon forms.

We Are OFK

From indie pop band OFK: We Are OFK follows the lives of four friends in their 20s as they attempt to break into the music business, fall in and out of love, and figure out how to pay rent and make art in Los Angeles.

Coming in 2022 to PS5.

Bugsnax The Isle Of Bigsnax

In the Isle of BIGsnax update, explore a mysterious new land crawling with supersized Bugsnax. Back on Snaktooth, you can complete challenges from your mailbox, collect decorations to personalize your hut, and most important of all: put hats on your favourite Bugsnax!

This free content update to Bugsnax will be available in early 2022 on PS4 & PS5.

Five Nights At Freddy’s Security Breach

Five Nights At Freddy’s Security Breach unveils brand new gameplay footage in a new trailer.

It’s coming to the PS4 and PS5 on 16 December 2021.

Death’s Door

Reaping souls of the dead and punching a clock might get monotonous but it’s honest work for a Crow. The job gets lively when your assigned soul is stolen and you must track down a desperate thief to a realm untouched by death – where creatures grow far past their expiry.

Death’s Door is an action-adventure video game developed by Acid Nerve and published by Devolver Digital. It was originally released for PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on 20 July 2021.

KartRider Drift

PlayStation welcomes the newest title from KartRider, the popular racing franchise with over 300 million players! KartRider Drift is the only free-to-play, cross-platform kart racer where arcade thrills and the fastest drift fueled competition meet deep kart and character customization, all delivered in stunning Unreal Engine 4 graphics.

The King Of Fighters XV

SNK has announced an Open Beta Test for King Of Fighters XV! Players can choose from 8 characters, including our newest one, Dolores. Features modes like Online Casual Matches and Room Matches.

The open beta begins and ends at the following dates and times:

Check out the trailer below:

First Class Trouble

Six players enter the game together, but two of them are naughty Personoids, secretly trying to stop the Residents from escaping. Who can you trust?

Social deduction is your key to survival! In this video, the Invisible Walls team outlines the roles of both Resident and Personoid, and provides strategic insights to help you come out on top—no matter which side you’re on!

Star Ocean The Divine Force

To celebrate the franchise’s 25th Anniversary, Square Enix and developer Tri-Ace have announced the latest title in the Star Ocean RPG series, Star Ocean The Divine Force.

The first instalment in the Star Ocean series was released in 1996, and five mainline games, one spinoff game, and one mobile game have been developed to this day since then. The game features a story that blends sci-fi and fantasy, a rich lineup of characters and side stories, a battle system delivering exhilarating combat with easy controls, and more.

Key features include:

  • A story that changes based on the choices made, where heroes intersect between the two worlds of sci-fi and fantasy
  • A rich lineup of playable characters
  • Freedom to fly around the environment
  • Three-dimensional traversal and exploration where everything in-sight is a field for adventure
  • The Star Ocean game with the fastest and mightiest action in the series

Protagonists from two different civilizations collide

The “Double Hero” system returns in which the story spanning the stars and beyond will unfold from the perspective of each protagonist, one from an advanced civilization (sci-fi) and the other from an underdeveloped planet (fantasy). Events that unfold throughout the story as well as the ally characters you end up with will differ based on the protagonist the player chooses.

In this game, there is range of playable characters in addition to the two protagonists, and you can control each of the party members.

Raymond

A young man from the nonfederated planet of Verguld. He is the captain of the merchant vessel Ydas under Lawrence Logistics, a company run by his family. His confidence often sees him rushing recklessly into situations when it comes to his friends and work, much to the distress of the Ydas crew. Raymond has a big heart, affable nature, and a good nose for business. His lack of affiliation with the Pangalactic Federation means he is not bound by the Underdeveloped Planet Preservation Pact. This sincere openness to meet others where they’re at regardless of technological advancement wins Laeticia over, but leaves Albaird wary.

Laeticia

Princess of the Kingdom of Aucerius: a large territory located on the underdeveloped planet of Aster IV. Her radiant and resolute personality is admired throughout the kingdom, but her prim demeanor betrays her penchant for wearing armor and remarkable skill with the dual blades. In order to remedy the encroaching threat of a neighboring country, Laeticia sets off on a secret journey to locate a certain individual. She meets Raymond along the way, recently stranded on Aster IV. The two agree to help one another and begin traveling together.

Elena

A crew member of the merchant vessel Ydas and Raymond’s first mate. She manages the operation of just about the entirety of the ship, and her vast knowledge and cool demeanor have earned her the complete trust of Raymond and the crew. Elena is constantly surprised by Raymond’s proclivity for recklessness, but all the same she holds a high opinion of his leadership qualities.

Albaird

A childhood friend of Laeticia’s, he now serves her as a knight of the Kingdom of Aucerius. He excels at semiomancy and the wielding of chakram. His strong sense of loyalty to Laeticia means he is never far from her side. Albaird’s left arm is covered down to his fingertips, and he occasionally gestures as if to protect it. He does not trust Raymond upon meeting him while escorting Laeticia on her secret journey. Loathe to go against her wishes, however, he reluctantly allows Raymond to join them.

Freely fly around the environment

In this game, characters have the freedom to move around 360 degrees, and can even fly through the skies.

Players can fly in the sky and traverse three-dimensionally through one of the largest fields ever in the series.

Whether they explore by hopping around rocky stretches and rooftops, or seamlessly enter battles after jumping off cliffs, more than ever, the game will allow players greater freedom in their approach in both battles and their adventures.

The fastest and mightiest action in the series

Battles have also evolved in Star Ocean The Divine Force. Characters can make an assault straight from traversing at incredibly high speeds, disappear instantly before an enemy, or even defeat a horde of enemies with a skill that enables on-shot kills. Experience tough yet exhilarating battles while freely flying around the world.

The fate of the universe awakens when two heroes cross paths

The Pangalactic Federation. From their earliest days in the Sol System, this organization has sought to bring peace and tranquility to the galactic multitudes. As their reach has expanded through the universe, many a hero has served under their banner; saviors to planets in need.

But by the year 583 SD, things have changed. The once peaceful Pangalactic Federation is now known for assimilating planets against their will. Once standing for justice, they are now wreathed in darkness.

Raymond, captain of the merchant vessel Ydas, departs from the nonfederated planet of Verguld on a standard transport mission. The job is simple, the route familiar, yet things go awry when the Ydas is attacked by the Astoria: a battleship carrying a member of the Pangalactic Federation’s preeminent Kenny family.

Raymond and his crewmate Chloe are forced to abandon ship amidst the chaos and head for the remote, underdeveloped planet of Aster IV. Before their escape pods can even land, a burst of energy resembling an EMP from the planet’s surface knocks out their systems and brings them crashing down. They find themselves separated and stranded on an unfamiliar planet.

Upon landing, Raymond is immediately attacked by some of the less-than-friendly local wildlife. But when all seems lost, his life is saved by the crown princess of the Kingdom of Aucerius: Laeticia. Marveled by the sudden appearance of this man who rode into her life on a “shooting star,” Laeticia asks Raymond to help save her kingdom from the threat of the neighboring Vey’l Empire. He accepts in exchange for help finding Chloe.

So begins their journey on Aster IV. However, Raymond will soon discover he has yet to escape the shadow of the Pangalactic Federation.

“Whence do you hail, Ray?”

“I’m from another world─one that’s far, far away in the sky.”

This encounter, and the ensuing stand against an overwhelming power, marks a new chapter in galactic history.

It is slated to release for the PS4 and PS5 sometime in 2022.

You can watch the entire State Of Play presentation below:

Author: Alleef Ashaari

Aspiring writer. Born in Amsterdam, raised in Malaysia. Comics are my passion. A gamer and science fiction enthusiast. PSN: AlleefAshaari

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