If the insider get it right, in the next few days Sony will announce and hold a State of Play, their digital event in the style of Nintendo Direct where they will show the next news for PS5 and PS4. One of those leakers, @Shpeshal_Nick, co-founder of XboxEra, ensures that it will be at that appointment where the inclusion of Bluepoint Games, creators of Demon’s Souls Remake Y Shadow of the Colossus (Remake), in the PlayStation Studios family.

The co-host of XboxEra Podcast, who tends to hit (and miss) with his unofficial information, announced on June 24 that the State of Play will have a great announcement: “I’m not sure how much he’s going to leak from the Sony event. I know there’s a big surprise he hasn’t yet and hopefully for those who don’t want to get ripped. [el State of Play], stay that way. “

On the morning of Monday, July 5, @Shpeshal_Nick said on Twitter that that big announcement will be the confirmation of Bluepoint acquisition Games: “It seems that Sony Japan’s Twitter has already gutted this surprise? Because they just told me that the surprise was that Bluepoint had been bought.”

The insider refers to a message posted by PlayStation Japan where Housemarque, creators of Returnal, to PlayStation Studios, but the image attached to the tweet showed the Bluepoint logo and an art by Demon’s Souls for PlayStation 5. The tweet was deleted in seconds. The rest of the territorial divisions of PlayStation published the same message, but with the correct image: the logo of the Finnish studio and the art of Returnal, the latter is also present in the message of the Japanese subsidiary.

Will also appear God of War: Ragnarok Y Final Fantasy 16

Sony has not yet announced this State of Play where supposedly, and again according to information from @Shpeshal_Nick, we will see the primer gameplay from God of War: Ragnarok (unofficial name), which will arrive on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. It was on June 14, in the middle of E3 2021, when the insider Navtra brought forward the celebration of the event in a few weeks, ensuring that we would see gameplay from Final Fantasy XVI, a notorious absence from the last Square Enix Presents.

Navtra itself advanced the existence of two titles that were announced during the video game party mid-June: Death Stranding: Director’s Cut Y Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin. On the Kojima Productions game, PlayStation said we would have more details in the weeks after its announcement, which dovetails with its appearance in this alleged State of Play.

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