Tonight’s Nintendo Direct-design PlayStation State of Play broadcast was a mix of upcoming third-party video games and indie titles headed to PlayStation 4 and 5.

Many of the titles on offer were video games we’d seen prior to, and huge players such as Ratchet & Clank and Horizon were significant by their lack.

The reveal begun with Crash 4, which provides 4K 60FPS gameplay, 3D Audio, much faster filling times and reactive triggers on PlayStation 5:

We got another glance at Returnal, for which we simply released a huge interview with designer Housemarque going over the video game’s PT impact and £70 price.

Knockout City, the team-based dodgeball video game from Vicarious Visions which appeared in recently’s Nintendo Direct, likewise made a look.

Here’s SIFU, a fresh martial arts video game from Absolver designer Sloclap:

We likewise got a makeover at the intriguing-looking Solar Ash, an Annapurna Interactive-released video game from Hyper Light Drifter studio Heart Machine, being available in 2021:

Five Nights at Freddy’s Security Breach is a thing due this year for PS4 and PS5:

Next up was Oddworld Soulstorm, which was exposed to release on sixth April and get here on PS5 as part of PlayStation Plus.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits continues to look lovable, and now releases 24th August:

Arkane-established Deathloop appeared with its own memorable deja vu Bond style – there’s no release date for that yet.

The reveal closed with a take a look at Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade. Due on 10th June 2021, it provides shinier graphics, faster filling times and an additional chapter. You can update from the PS4 variation totally free, then pay to get the brand-new chapter including Yuffie.

Watch the entire thing once again here: