Sony’s Feb State of Play Left a Lot On the Table – Next-Gen Console Watch

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    Welcome back to Next-Gen Console Watch, our show following everything PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series. This week, we dive in right after Sony’s State of Play stream, showing off a ton for PS5. We got a long look at Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Integrade’s new PS5 gameplay, PS5 upgrades, photo mode, PS5 performance mode with 4k or 60 fps options, and it’s new character, Yuffie. Arkhane’s Deathloop also showed off some PS5 gameplay, as well as it’s Dishonored roots. Returnal came out big with a notable PS5 gameplay breakdown and explanation but left us with many questions. We got Sifu PS5 gameplay, more on Solar Ash, a great PS5 gameplay look at the gorgeous Kena: Bridge of Spirits, an update on Oddworld: Soulstorm, and a look at Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time’s PS5 update.

    And that’s it for this edition of Next Gen Console Watch. Thank you for watching! We’ll be back next Friday at 6AM Pacific, 9AM Eastern with more PS5 and Xbox Series X news. See you then.

    Everything Shown Off At Sony’s February 2021 State of Play:

    00:00 – Intro

    01:17 – Overall Impressions About The State of Play

    04:19 – Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Upgrade

    05:33 – PS5 Digital Owners Locked Out of Upgrades

    09:01 – Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Integrade

    13:04 – Deathloop

    18:06 – Returnal

    22:01 – Sifu

    23:41 – Oddworld: Soulstorm

    25:41 – Kena: Bridge of Spirits

    26:58 – Poll Results

    27:25 – Outro

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