PlayStation State Of Play 2021 Reaction & Analysis – ELDEN RING GAMEPLAY & FINAL FANTASY 16?

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Another #PlayStation State Of Play is about to kick off and Aoife Wilson and Zoe Delahunty-Light are more than ready for it! Join the pair as they react to the Playstation State Of Play, the third party games we’ll be seeing, as well as providing their thoughts afterwards as they give you their Playstation State Of Play reaction and analysis after the show is over. Will we be seeing some more of Final Fantasy 16, Ghostwire Tokyo, or even – dare we hope – some Elden Ring gameplay? Time to find out! #Eurogamer

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