More PlayStation Announcements Expected Next Month

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Stay Tuned For Summer Game Fest!

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  • PlayStation’s recent State of Play was disappointing for many fans.
  • However, PlayStation seems to have more announcements planned for the upcoming Summer Games Fest.
  • In the past, Naughty Dog announced The Last of Us Part 1 at this event, so fans can expect big reveals.

PlayStation recently showcased a variety of games at its State of Play, including a new Astro Bot entry, the Silent Hill 2 Remake, the Until Dawn Remake, the highly anticipated PC port of God of War Ragnarok, and more.

However, the show seemed to disappoint many fans who felt it didn’t meet their expectations. Fortunately, according to industry insider Midori, PlayStation has more announcements planned for June.

Why it matters: The Summer Games Fest has become one of the major gaming events each year, especially since the discontinuation of E3. This makes it a prime opportunity for studios to showcase their games to a broader audience.

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Midori revealed that the announcements would be made during Summer Game Fest.

She also stated that, in addition to many other Sony Interactive Entertainment Studio titles, more information on Metaphor: ReFantazio and Sonic x Shadow Generations would be presented at Summer Games Fest.

So far, no specific information has been provided on what PlayStation will showcase at the major event. However, we can expect further updates on recently presented games at the State of Play.

Furthermore, the Summer Games Fest is a significantly larger event than the PlayStation State of Play. This means we might see some major game announcements from PlayStation at the event.

In the past, Naughty Dog announced The Last of Us Part 1 as Summer Game Fest. Therefore, recently rumored games like Ghost of Tsushima 2, the Horizon Zero Dawn re-release, and more could be featured on the stage next month.

Insomniac Games could also unveil more details on its future projects.

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While these games have the potential to appear at the event, there’s also a chance they might not, so we advise readers to keep expectations in check.

We remain excited for the upcoming month since it seems quite promising for the gaming industry. We eagerly look forward to Summer Games Fest and can’t wait to see what exciting reveals await us.

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