All the biggest announcements from PlayStation’s Winter 2024 state of play

PlayStation’s latest State of Play livestream gave viewers a look at PlayStation 5 and PlayStation VR 2 games coming in 2024 (and beyond), including in-depth information on titles like Stellar blade And Rise of the Ronin. But there was a lot more than just those two PS5 games in Wednesday’s 40-minute PlayStation showcase. There were two Silent Hill games that were discussed in more depth Death stranding 2and a big announcement from Hideo Kojima.

If you didn’t catch January’s big State of Play showcase live, here’s a recap of all the game announcements, release dates, trailers and other highlights from Sony’s event.

Death Stranding 2: On the beach

Kojima Productions’ sequel to Death stranding coming out later this year, and with a strange (but completely Kojima) title: Death Stranding 2: On the beach. And this time Sam Bridges has… a talking doll? In an extended new trailer, we get a look at the continuing adventures of Sam and Fragile, featuring many new characters, including one played by Mad Max director George Miller and a little doll played by Head-up director Fatih Akin. Death Stranding 2: On the beach coming in 2025.

Hideo Kojima’s new ‘action spy’ game, PHYSINT

In addition to Death stranding 2 And O.D, Kojima Productions has another project in the works. In collaboration with Sony, Kojima and his team are creating a brand new ‘next-generation action spy game’ PHYSINT that will transcend the barriers between games and movies, Kojima said. In other words: Kojima returns to the genre he started with and contributed to the original Metal gear.

Stellar blade

The game formerly known as Project Evaand one of the earliest announced PS5 projects, Stellar blade got a new showing on State of Play with a deep dive into the characters, world and gameplay. Korean developer ShiftUp’s action game is a visual showcase for PS5 and features protagonist Eve battling monsters known as NA:tives in an attempt to restore the fallen city of Xion. Originally expected in 2023, Stellar blade now coming on April 26th.

Sonic X Shadow Generations

Sega brings back Sonic Generations, the 2011 Sonic the Hedgehog game that combined 2D and 3D platforming — with no fewer than two Sonics! Shadow the Hedgehog is now a big part of the adventure. Sonic X Shadow Generations coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 sometime this fall.

Dave the Diver, now with…Godzilla?!

Popular fishing game Dave the diver coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. But the bigger news is that Godzilla is coming Dave the diver in May.

Zenless Zone Zero

Genshin Impact developer Hooverse brings along Zenless Zone Zero to PS5.

Silent Hill: the short message

In a PTstyle, there’s a new, short Silent Hill experience that’s free and available now.

Silent Hill 2

Konami and Bloober Team’s remake of Silent Hill 2 reappeared on State of Play and shows how the cautiously anticipated reinterpretation of the psychological horror classic has evolved since its reveal in 2022. A new trailer for the horror game focuses on combat and the familiar horrors that James Sunderland faces in Silent Hill. The new Silent Hill 2 coming to PS5 and Windows PC sometime in 2024.


It’s been over a year since we last heard about it Judas, the mysterious sci-fi adventure from BioShock creator Ken Levine and Ghost Story Games. But now we know a little more about the single-player narrative first-person shooter, which appears to have a lot of DNA from the creator’s previous games. Judas coming to PS5, as well as Windows PC and Xbox Series

Metro: Awaken

Deep Silver and Vertigo Games’ 2019 sequel Subway: Exodus brings the post-apocalyptic series to a new medium: virtual reality. Metro: Awaken will take players back to Russia on PlayStation VR 2 later this year.

Dragon dogma 2

To hype up Dragon dogma 2With its March release, Capcom released a new action-packed trailer for its medieval fantasy action game. It continues to look great. Dragon dogma 2 coming to PS5 on March 22, as well as PC and Xbox Series

Rise of the Ronin

From developer Team Ninja (Nioh, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty) comes a new action game set during Japan’s Edo period at the end of the 19th century. The open-world game explores new territory for Team Ninja, with shades of Assassin’s Creed and Sekiro, and looks to maintain the celebrated studio’s focus on challenging difficulty and character-based action. Guns and flamethrowers will spice things up. Rise of the Ronin coming to PS5 on March 22, exclusively for the console.

Until Dawn remastered

The branching narrative horror game from Supermassive Games Until dawn will return later this year, in remastered form, thanks to studio Ballistic Moon, on PlayStation 5 and Windows PC. Featuring an all-star cast including Hayden Panettiere, Rami Malek, Peter Stormare and Larry Fessenden, Until sunrise The remastered version includes improved visuals and other adjustments.