PlayStation State of Play September 2019 recap | Everything shown during the Sony livestream

Sony’s latest PlayStation State of Play livestream included a few game reveals, release date announcements, and a few short looks at previously announced titles. There was quite a bit of information packed into the 20-minute showcase, so we’ve rounded up everything shown during the State of Play September 2019 livestream in this PlayStation State of Play recap.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | Humanity announcement

A new title from Tetris Effect publisher Enhance, Humanity appears to be a puzzle game where players control large groups of humans around strange, geometric environments. You can read more about the odd new project in our Humanity game announcement write-up.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | Call of Duty: Modern Warfare trailer

A new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare trailer gave viewers a closer look at the game’s campaign. It’s got some impressive visuals and a cinematic presentation, fitting for a campaign that might be Spec Ops: The Line’s narrative successor.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | Wattam release date

A new trailer for the Katamari Damacy creator’s new game, Wattam, showed off the game’s wacky art style, featuring various inanimate objects with faces. Several years after Wattam’s initial 2015 announcement, the trailer finally revealed the game’s release window: December 2019.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | Arise: A Simple Story announcement

This beautiful-looking, Journey-esque adventure follows a dead man’s trip through limbo, as he relives moments of happiness and sadness from his life. It appears to feature some platforming elements, and developer Piccolo Studio said on the PlayStation Blog that players will at one point gain the ability to manipulate time.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files trailer

The L.A. Noire VR spin-off was announced for PSVR, and it’s out right now. L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files puts players in the first-person perspective of an old-timey L.A. detective, using a notepad to take notes and inspecting objects for clues.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | PSVR highlight reel

Sony showed off a few quick clips of the following VR games games coming to PlayStation VR:

  • Gorn — Winter 2019
  • Espire 1: VR Operative — September 2019
  • Stardust Odyssey — Winter 2019
  • After the Fall — 2020
  • Space Channel 5 VR Kinda Funky News Flash — Fall 2019

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | MediEvil demo

A MediEvil free trial is available today. You even get a special helmet in the full game for playing the demo. For more information, read our guide on how to play the MediEvil demo.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | Civilization 6 PS4 release date

Civilization 6 is finally getting its PS4 release, as a new trailer revealed the title’s upcoming release date. You can find out more about Civilization 6 PS4 here.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | Death Stranding limited edition PS4

Sony announced a special Death Stranding limited edition PS4 Pro console, which features a slick, translucent yellowish controller. For more information, read about the new new Death Stranding trailer.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | Afterparty trailer

A new trailer for Afterparty, the new adventure game from the developers of Oxenfree, showed details of the game’s goofy story. Players follow two dead young adults as they try to dupe Satan and break out of hell. Afterparty comes to PS4 and other platforms on October 29, 2019.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | October PlayStation Plus reveals

Sony revealed that The Last of Us Remastered and MLB The Show 19 will be available for free in October for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Check out our The Last of Us Remastered PS Plus release date post for more information.

PlayStation State of Play September 2019 | The Last of Us Part 2 release date

Finally, Sony unveiled a brand new The Last of Us Part 2 trailer, which gives viewers a look at the game’s story and teases a returning character. The trailer also revealed The Last of Us 2’s release date.

You can watch the entire archived PlayStation State of Play livestream below.