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Sony Japan announces broadcasts with Elden Ring

Elden Ring – and Horizon Forbidden West fans take note: On Saturday, October 16, Sony will be ringing in Japan with “Play! Play! Play!” to a live stream showcasing the gameplay of the two highly anticipated blockbuster movies. The live broadcast starts at 1 pm, is supposed to last about an hour and is of course at YouTube channel From PlayStation Japan.

However: you should not expect a new gameplay, the presented content will be based on already known information. The switch may be useful for restarting the noise motor, which may already be on the rear burner. Or you are interested in one of the other titles, because Elden Ring and Horizon Forbidden West aren’t the only casts in the stream.

Full program: Here’s what you can expect in Sony Japan’s live broadcast

as jimatsu I mentioned, in addition to the two previously mentioned blockbuster movies, Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes will also be playing offline for the first time. There is one problem: So far, no Japanese role-playing game has been announced here in the West.

Streaming also provides a full load of gaming action. In addition to Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – The Hinokama Chronicles, Genshin Impact, Call of Duty: Vanguard, and Earth Defense Force 6 should also share the spotlight.

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Even Knives Out: EXTREME should appear, although developer and publisher NetEase Games has yet to officially announce the title. However, Sony Japan doesn’t seem to mind, there is talk of a release period in Japan next year. The release is the second live stream, the first running in March and featuring the gameplay for Resident Evil: Village and Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade.

those: jimatsu / Sony Japan

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