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PlayStation Promo Incorporates Teases for Resident Evil 4, Sly Cooper, Silent Hill, and Extra

Final week Sony kicked off their large PlayStation Showcase with a brand new “Play has no limits” promo, that includes a wide range of recognizable actors, just like the recently-departed Michael Okay. Williams. It was a cool sufficient little video, however most rapidly memory-holed it as soon as the true trailers began dropping. Properly, possibly we shouldn’t have been so fast to dismiss it, because the video was completely bursting on the seams with Easter eggs which have taken devoted followers a number of days to determine (and there are in all probability extra to search out but).

You’ll be able to scroll on down for a full rundown of every part that’s been discovered to this point (due to Redditor Yazeed IX for rounding all of these up).  First, right here’s the PlayStation promo once more (bounce to the instances indicated subsequent to every bullet level to search out the Easter egg).

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  • Hogwarts Legacy emblem (0:21)
  • InFamous Karma image (0:21)
  • Tekken (0:27)
  • Dragon Quest slime (0:32)
  • Tough define of what seems to be a Castlevania sprite (:32)
  • Sonic ring (0:34)
  • Ultimate Fantasy XVI (0:38) – This one’s fascinating because it says Valisthea (the world of FF16) 06:16. May they be hinting at a June launch date for FF16?
  • Pac-Man (0:40)
  • Sly Cooper emblem (0:58)
  • Alan Wake (0:59)
  • Ultimate Fantasy 7 Remake (1:03)
  • Road Fighter (1:13) – Symbols on constructing match these on Ryu’s glove.
  • Crash Bandicoot (1:15) – Wumpa fruit sticker.
  • Deathloop (1:18)
  • Resident Evil 4 (1:33) – Los Iluminados image on the wall.
  • Helldivers (1:33)
  • Ace Fight (1:38)
  • Silent Hill 2 (1:56) – That is in all probability the sneakiest reference of all of them. See that little radio on the guard’s desk? Positive does seem like the radio from Silent Hill 2, doesn’t it?

So there you’ve got it – if these are all teases for precise issues Sony and companions have within the works, and never simply merciless fan taunting, then the PS5 has fairly the lineup to look ahead to. Simply make Silent Hill and Sly Cooper the true deal, and I’m blissful.

Spot any Easter eggs within the promo that others have missed? Which of those teased video games are you most enthusiastic about?