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State of Play October 2021 Roundup: King of Fighters XV, Bugsnax, Little Devil Inside, and More

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Sony held their latest PlayStation State of Play presentation last night, this time with a focus on third-party games. The 20 minute show had a variety of new announcements and updates for current and upcoming titles, including King of Fighters XV, Bugsnax, and Little Devil Inside.

In case you missed the livestream yesterday, we’ve rounded up all of the news from show, including everything we covered and a few things we may have missed.

State of Play November 2021 Main Highlights

State of Play November 2021 Further News

Deathverse: Let It Die Announced for PS5 and PS4

Supertrick Games is creating a sequel to Let It Die, this time a PvPvE game where players fight to be the only survivor of a reality TV show called Death Jamboree. Players fight alongside bots called Wilsons that can transform into a variety of lethal weapons, deploy protective shields, fire electric stun bullets and activate skills. As players progress, Wilson can be upgraded for even more features. Opposing players aren’t the only danger, though. The show is set on an island covered in SPLithium, an energy source that has created mutated creatures known as UMA. You’ll be battling those creatures as well as nearly-invincible Hunters that join the match halfway through. Will you become a rising star when the game arrives in 2022 for PS4 and PS5?

Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach Gameplay Features an Unexpected Ally

When Gregory becomes trapped in Freddy Fazbear’s Mega Pizza Plex, he needs to find a way out with the help of Freddy Fazbear himself. He’ll give Gregory shortcuts, tips and warnings and even let him hide inside his oversized birthday-cake-hatch. Avoiding the detection of the animatronics Roxy, Chica, and Monty will take stealth, strategy, and clever use of distractions. Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach will be released on December 16 on PS5 and PS4.

KartRider: Drift Arrives on PS4 Next Year, Closed Beta in December

The latest title in the KartRider franchise is the first to arrive on consoles, including PS4, next year. The free-to-play game will cross-play and cross-progression across all platforms. A closed beta will begin on December 8 and feature two game modes, the Mario Kart-esque Item Mode and Speed Mode aimed more at competitive racing. There will also be 7 playable characters, a variety of outfits, over 20 karts with customisable parts, more than 30 tracks across a variety of environments, and a livery system that allows players to create unique designs for their karts.

King of Fighters XV Open Beta Test Begins November 19

King of Fighters XV will have an open beta test beginning at 7:00pm PST on November 19 and ending at 6:59am PST on November 22. During the test, players can choose from eight fighters, including new characters Dolores and Shun’ei, Team Orochi members Yashiro, Shermie, and Chris, and Team Sacred Treasures members Kyo Kusanagi, Iori Yagami, and Chizuru Kagura. Offline modes will include Training and Versus, while more confident players can head online into Casual Match and Room Match.

Overall a bit of a smaller show. What are you hoping to see in the next PlayStation State of Play? Did any of these announcements catch your eye?

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