Sony showcased a slew of games coming to PlayStation 4 at its latest State of Play live stream Tuesday. Some of these announcements were for expansions to previously released games, such as Kingdom Hearts 3; others were full-fledged announcements, like the highly anticipated Resident Evil 3 remake.

The 20-minute stream (Sony’s answer to Nintendo Direct) presented a lot of information very quickly. With a lot to digest, we’ve compiled all the announcements in chronological order below.

Untitled Goose Game is coming to PS4

House House’s Untitled Goose Game, where you play as a dastardly goose whose shenanigans upset peaceful townsfolk, was a smash hit when it released earlier this year. It originally launched on PC and Nintendo Switch but will be coming to PS4 on Dec. 17.

Spellbreak, a magic-infused battle royal title, is coming to PS4 next year

Spellbreak is a twist on the battle royal genre, giving every player the ability to cast spells as they fight to be the last wizard or witch standing. Spellbreak launched in alpha earlier this year on PC (exclusive to the Epic Store). Now, it’s coming to PS4: In spring 2020, it will become available as a closed beta on the console. The game has a medieval aesthetic.

Media Molecule’s Dreams launches this February

Dreams, the impressive creative suite that lets you build your own games and interactive experiences, is finally exiting beta. Since its first beta launched late last year, we’ve seen impressive creations from the community, ranging from experimental art design, interactive stories and full-fledged game experiences. By April, it transitioned to early access (a first for a PlayStation title), letting a limited number of players build even more. We’ve been patiently awaiting its full release, and developer Media Molecule announced that it is arriving in full next year on Feb. 14.

Surrealist puzzle game Superliminal is headed to PS4

In Superliminal, it’s all about perspective. This well-received puzzle game uses physics and optical illusions as the backbone of its key gameplay mechanic. Originally, it launched exclusively to PC with the Epic Games Store, but now it will be available on PS4 at an undisclosed date.

Paper Beast is a new PSVR puzzle game featuring ecosystems made out of paper

Despite wavering interest in VR from the public, PlayStation continues to bring new titles to PSVR. During the State of Play stream, Paper Beast was announced to be the newest addition to the headset’s growing collection of virtual reality games. The trailer featured a world where ecosystems and wildlife were made entirely of paper; the player will be tasked with solving environmental puzzles. It arrives in early 2020.

Kingdom Hearts 3 expansion: ReMind

Thanks to a leaked trailer last week that was quickly removed from Square Enix’s YouTube channel, this announcement wasn’t a surprise. The upcoming DLC for Kingdom Hearts 3, titled ReMind, features new playable characters and battles. ReMind will be available on Jan. 23 on PlayStation 4 and on Feb. 25 on Xbox One.

Predator: Hunting Grounds is coming in April

In Predator: Hunting Grounds, a co-op asymmetrical shooter that pits hunter against prey, you take on the role of either the Predator, who hunts down soldiers, or a member of the human task force attempting to stay alive. The game will release April 24.

Platinum Games’ next title, Babylon’s Fall, gets a new trailer

Platinum Games, best known for Nier: Automata and Bayonetta, gave another sneak peek of its upcoming game Babylon’s Fall. It appears to feature the fast-paced action the studio is known for and takes place in a fantasy setting. No release date was given, but Platinum teased that more information would be revealed “next summer,” which likely means Gamescom or E3.

Resident Evil 3 remake announced

One of the biggest highlights from Sony’s State of Play was the news that Resident Evil 3 would be getting the remake treatment, similar to Capcom’s Resident Evil 2 remake from earlier this year. Like Resident Evil 2, this is more than just a new coat of paint. Resident Evil 3 removes tank controls and modernizes the experience with an over-the-shoulder camera. It will also feature Project Resistance. Previously thought to be a separate Resident Evil title, Project Resistance will act as a brand new 4v1 mode for an asymmetrical multiplayer experience. Preorders are available today, and with it, you get a classic costume pack.

New trailer for Ghost of Tsushima

This was more of an announcement of an announcement, but we’re still excited to see exactly what’s in store for Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima. During State of Play, a very brief trailer was shown, teasing a full trailer at The Game Awards, which will live-stream from Los Angeles at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time on Thursday.

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