Sony’s January 2024 State of Play Revealed: Death Stranding 2, Silent Hill and Sonic Remakes, and More PS5 Game


Sony kicked off 2024 with a jam-packed State of Play presentation, giving PlayStation fans plenty to get hyped about with new PS5 and PSVR2 game announcements.

From highly anticipated sequels like Death Stranding 2 to reimagined classics like Silent Hill 2, and Sonic Generations here’s a rundown of the biggest game reveals from the 40-minute livestream.

  • Death Stranding 2: On the Beach – coming in 2025
  • PHYSINT – New “action-espionage” game from Hideo Kojima and Sony releasing in 2026
  • Silent Hill: The Short Message – Free PS5 available now
  • Silent Hill 2 Remake – Ground-up remake coming to PS5 and PC in 2024
  • Sonic X Shadow Generations – Coming to PS4 and PS5 fall 2024
  • Metro: Awakening – Releasing for PSVR2 later in 2024
  • Stellar Blade – PS5 console exclusive launching 26th April 2024
  • Until Dawn Remastered – Coming to PS5 and PC later in 2024
  • Dragon’s Dogma 2 – Releasing 22nd March 2024
  • Rise of the Ronin – PS5 console exclusive arriving 22nd March 2024

Kojima’s Next Mind-Bending Adventures

Hideo Kojima had not one but two massive reveals in store.

First up was an extended look at Death Stranding 2: On the Beach, arriving in 2025 and continuing Sam Bridges’ surreal deliveries across a ravaged world – now with talking puppets!

Even wilder is Kojima’s newly announced “action-espionage” project PHYSINT, billed as a “next-generation” experience that transcends movies and games.

In collaboration with Sony, the Metal Gear creator is returning to his stealth roots with this mysterious title targeting a 2026 release.

Horrific Returns to Silent Hill

Konami is resurrecting its seminal horror franchise with not one but two new Silent Hill experiences.

First is the Silent Hill: The Short Message – a creepy, PS5 game now available free to play.

You are going to character Anita and explore a location The Villa from a first-person perspective.

The main event is the full ground-up remake of the genre masterpiece Silent Hill 2 from Bloober Team.

New trailers show the disturbing psychological thriller lovingly rebuilt for modern consoles, oozing with new detail while retaining the original’s eerie magic.

Silent Hill 2 Remake is coming to PS5 and PC in 2024.

Sonic and Shadow’s Generational Team-Up

As rumors swirl around the new Sonic Generations, well its remake is announced at State of Play.

It will bring back 2011’s mix of 2D and 3D platforming, this time with Shadow as Sonic’s partner.

Speed through stunning worlds when Sonic X Shadow Generations hits PS4 and PS5 this fall.

Awakening Metro’s Horrors in VR

The post-apocalyptic Metro series heads into a chilling new frontier with Metro: Awakening, bringing 4A Games’ harsh Russian wastelands to life like never before through the immersive power of PSVR2 later this year.

Stellar Blade’s Stylish Action

ShiftUp’s PS5 console exclusive Stellar Blade has evolved from early glimpses into a stylish action juggernaut ahead of its April 26th release.

Follow Eve’s quest through the fallen city of Xion, battling disturbing creatures called NA:tives.

Until Dawn’s Supermassive Remaster

Supermassive’s acclaimed narrative horror title Until Dawn returns with a next-gen remaster for PS5 and PC.

Experience the chilling tale with enhanced 4K visuals and improved performance, coming later in 2024.


Judas, the new project from BioShock’s Ken Levine, unleashes FPS action on PS5, PC and Xbox.

Dragon’s Dogma 2

Dragon’s Dogma 2 debuts explosive new gameplay before its March launch.

Rise of the Ronin

Rise of the Ronin brings Team Ninja’s signature combat to 19th-century Japan as a PS5 console exclusive.

Godzilla invades in Dave the Diver

Godzilla invades the wacky world of Dave the Diver in a monstrous May update.

Zenless Zone Zero

Zenless Zone Zero highlights Genshin Impact studio Hoyoverse’s stylish upcoming action RPG.

With a packed slate of heavy hitters slated for 2024 and beyond, PlayStation fans have plenty to count down for following Sony’s first State of Play of the year.

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