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Sony State of Play live stream date, time: Deathloop, Hollow Knight, Bloodborne reveals?

PlayStation fans are counting down to the next State of Play broadcast by Sony.

Sony’s imminent State of Play broadcast takes place at 10pm BST on Thursday, July 8. 

Fans can tune into the event on Twitch or YouTube, or by bookmarking this page, where the live stream will be embedded before it airs.

The July State of Play will primarily focus on upcoming PS5 exclusive Deathloop, where nine minutes of new gameplay will be revealed.

“We’ve seen Colt’s head-spinning powers in action before, but this Thursday we’ll get a nine-minute look at Deathloop’s time-twisted world as part of a new State of Play,” Sony explains.

“In this extended gameplay sequence, we’ll see Colt use his abilities to stealthily skulk across rooftops… or go in guns blazing to create a whole lot of mayhem. Lots of options available on Blackreef Island.”

In addition to Deathloop. the 30 minute show will feature a look at upcoming indie games and third-party releases.

Unfortunately, however, Sony has told fans not to expect any updates on God of War, Horizon Forbidden West and PSVR 2.

“In addition to this long look at Bethesda’s violent adventure, we’ll have updates on some exciting indie and third-party titles. The full show clocks in around 30 minutes,” Sony continues.

“This showcase will not include updates on the next God of War, Horizon Forbidden West or the next generation of PlayStation VR. Stay tuned throughout the summer though, as we’ll have more updates soon.”

Needless to say, fans have been speculating about the other games being broadcast as part of the State of Play event.

Hollow Knight Silksong is one of the most hotly anticipated indie games in development, so fingers crossed we find out the release date during State of Play.

Other games rumoured to be in development for PS5 include Bloodborne Remastered and Silent Hill, although based on Sony’s comments, it’s unlikely they’ll be revealed during the event.

As for Deathloop, the upcoming PlayStation game is being developed by Dishonored studio Arkane.

The game sees rival assassins trapped in a timeloop on the island of Blackreef. The only way to escape the loop is by assassinating eight targets before the day resets.

An intriguing premise is made all the more interesting by the inclusion of PS5 exclusive features, such as DualSense haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.

“Every new loop is an opportunity to change things up. Use the knowledge you gain from each attempt to change up your playstyle, stealthily sneaking through levels or barreling into the fight, guns-blazing.

“In each loop you’ll discover new secrets, gather intel on your targets as well as the island of Blackreef, and expand your arsenal. Armed with a host of otherworldly abilities and savage weaponry, you’ll utilise every tool at your command to execute takedowns that are as striking as they are devastating.”

Deathloop has a September 14 release date, exclusively on PlayStation 5.

Author: Liam Martin
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Bloodborne Remastered PS5 release date latest: Expanded edition tipped for 2021 launch

New details have emerged about a potential Bloodborne Remastered game coming to PS5.

The latest rumours suggest Bloodborne Remastered will have a late 2021 release date on PlayStation 5.

That’s according to a new leak on French Twitter feed SoulsHunt, which has a great track record when it comes to upcoming reveals.

Based on the latest information, Bloodborne Remastered will launch on PS5 first, before making its way to PC.

Interestingly, the game isn’t said to be in development at FromSoftware or Bluepoint Games.

As a reminder, BluePoint is responsible for the excellent PS5 port of Demon’s Souls, which launched alongside the console last year.

The remaster is, however, said to be ambitious, which means it should contain a wealth of visual improvements, as well as an improved frame-rate.

Fans have been clamouring for a 60 frames-per-second update for a long time, so hopefully this will satisfy them.

There are even rumours that Bloodborne Remastered will contain additional content on the PlayStation 5.

Fans of Bloodborne have discovered plenty of cut content since the game launched back in 2015.

As seen on YouTube channels like VaatiVidya, Bloodborne fans have uncovered everything from cut monsters and boss fights, to new lines of dialogue and areas to explore.

While it would great to see some of this content included in a Director’s Cut version of the game, brand new content would also be welcome.

As long as it contributes something worthwhile to the Bloodborne lore, it’s all good.

Even if the Bloodborne Remastered rumours turn out to be false, FromSoftware fans have Elden Ring to look forward to.

The open-world FromSoftware game has a January 2022 release date on PlayStation, Xbox and PC.

Elden Ring is a fantasy adventure collaboration between From Software’s Hidetaka Miyazaki and Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin.

“Unparalleled adventure awaits in Elden Ring, the next epic fantasy title created by From Software, Inc. and Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc,” reads the official description.

“Elden Ring is From Software’s largest game to-date and is set in a sprawling realm steeped in a rich and bloody history crafted by Hidetaka Miyazaki – creator of the influential and critically acclaimed DARK SOULS video game series; and George R.R. Martin – author of The New York Times best-selling fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire.”

The game features horseback combat, giant bosses and the same brutal Dark Souls-inspired action.

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Next PS5 event rumours: Abandoned Silent Hill reveal, Bloodborne Remaster, PSVR 2 release

While PlayStation skipped E3, rumour has it Sony has another big PS5 event in the pipelines. According to the rumour mill, Sony may be hosting a PS5 event in just a few weeks time – on July 8. And in the run-up to the next PS5 event there are plenty of rumours swirling around about what Sony could announce.

Arguably the hottest rumour which has caught the attention of PS5 fans surrounds in-the-works title Abandoned.

When Abandoned was first announced in April PS5 fans were left wondering if the mysterious survival horror was actually a new Hideo Kojima game in disguise.

The Metal Gear Solid creator has form in doing this, with MGSV initially revealed as The Phantom Pain, a title allegedly made by Moby Dick Studio with the project fronted by ‘Joakim Mogren’.

This all turned out to an elaborate ruse, with ‘Joakim’ an anagram of Kojima.

While Abandoned developers Blue Box Game Studios were quick to deny any links to Kojima after the game’s initial reveal, the Silent Hill rumours have come back with a vengeance recently.

Ahead of an inbound reveal, the official Blue Box Game Studios Twitter put out a tweet that caught gamers attention.

The tweet said: “Guess the name: Abandoned = (First letter S, Last letter L). Reveal closing in… #PS5 #Exclusive”.

There is something that begins with S and ends in L, and that’s Silent Hill.

PS5 fans were quick to see this connection, which once again set the rumour mill abuzz.

After plenty of fan excitement Blue Box again had to issue a statement denying any links with Kojima or Silent Hill.

The devs tweeted: “We wanted to set things straight. We have no relations with Konami. Silent Hill is owned by Konami. We do not have any relations with Hideo Kojima. It was never our intention to tease the name as Silent Hill. We sincerely apologize for this.”

But this still hasn’t stopped the rumours from going away.

PS5 fans are still convinced Abandoned is Silent Hill in disguise, and have been spotting plenty of potential clues to back this theory up.

This includes fans taking a closer look at Hasan Kahraman, the game director of Blue Box Game Studios.

PS5 gamers have spotted the word Kahraman is the translation of Hideo from Japanese into Turkish.

While they’ve also spotted some interesting things on Hasan’s PSN profile, including a never before released game called Demon Blood.

And the artwork for the game features a monster that bears a striking resemblance to Pyramid Head.

There are plenty of tantalising clues that have been dropped.

And thankfully PS5 fans may not have too much longer to find out for certain.

The Blue Box Twitter has said an Abandoned gameplay reveal is “closing in”, with the trailer dropping on the PS5 trailers app.

But we could find out more information in an upcoming PlayStation event too.

Elsewhere rumours are circulating that Bloodborne could be getting a remaster which will get revealed at a PS5 event.

The latest Bloodborne Remastered rumours have been sparked by Tim Rogers.

The video game journalist dropped the hint when replying to a Twitter user who posted: “Where’s Bloodborne Remastered”.

To which Rogers replied: “Has there been a sony event yet”.

And finally ahead of the next Sony PS5 event rumours have emerged about the PSVR 2 headset.

According to a new report from Bloomberg, PSVR 2 could have a release date in 2022.

It’s been claimed PSVR 2 could be launching in holiday 2022 and the new headset will use OLED panels from Samsung.

Separately, it’s also been reported that PSVR 2 will have a total resolution of 4000 x 2040 and will use eye-tracking tech.

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