PlayStation held its State of Play this month, announcing a slew of release dates, trailers and more for upcoming third-party and indie games and a splash of Spider-Man 2, which is set to release on October 20, 2023. If you missed the event, here’s a quick round-up of all the big announcements and trailers revealed during the PlayStation State of Play in September 2023.
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New Spider-Man 2 Gameplay Trailer
Insomniac Games released a new gameplay trailer for Spider-Man 2, showcasing the game’s revamped open world and how players can find the variety of activities scattered around the map. The developers also announced that over 65 different Spider-suits will be available at launch and will cover suits featured in the original game and from comic books and movies.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Release Date Announced
Square Enix made their presence felt during the PlayStation State of Play September 2023 by announcing the release date for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, which launch on the PS5 on February 29, 2024. Rebirth is the sequel to Final Fantasy VII Remake, which was released in 2020 and will be released on two separate discs.
Avatar: Frontiers New Story Trailer
Avatar: Frontiers, Ubisoft’s open-world shooter based on James Cameron’s popular franchise, is scheduled to release on December 7. At the September State of Play, it released a new story trailer which shows that players will control a Na’vi who was abudted by the RDA and trained in “human ways”.
Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord PSVR2 Release Date Announced
Announced over two years ago, developers nDreams has finally put a release date on Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord for PSVR2. The game will release on October 26, where players can run their own ghost-busting business in San Francisco. Players can suit up to play solo or with up to three friends as they try and stop the powerful Ghost Lord and his band ghostly buddies from creating havoc around the city.
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