PlayStation Japan Play! Play! Play! Live Stream Will Feature Elden Ring, Horizon: Forbidden West and Dragon Quest X Offline

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PlayStation Japan will be hosting another Play! Play! Play! live stream later this week. Amongst the games that will feature throughout the hour-long show are Elden Ring, Horizon Forbidden West, and Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Offline.

The stream is set to begin at 8PM JST on October 16 on the PlayStation Japan YouTube channel and will feature gameplay and developer interviews. Viewers will be treated to the first ever gameplay footage from Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Offline as presented by Producer Takuma Shiraishi and Youtuber Hajime Syacho. Meanwhile, virtual YouTuber Dennou Shojo Siro will introduce Elden Ring and have a lengthy chat with the stream’s host Hatsune Matsushima. The duo will also be looking at Horizon Forbidden West, giving a fresh look at the game’s highlights and new elements as well as a comparison to gameplay from its predecessor, Horizon Zero Dawn.

Other titles to feature in the live stream are:

Once the stream has finished, viewers will be invited to take part in a survey questionnaire on the stream’s official website. Of those that take part, 200 winners will receive a PlayStation Store gift card to the value of JP¥2000.

Saturday’s stream is the second Play! Play! Play! live stream following the series’ debut back in March. The inaugural stream focused on Resident Evil Village and Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade and also offered gift cards for those who took part in a post-show survey. The series aims to be “a talk show that makes you want to play” and although it is aimed at Japanese players, those in other regions should be able to watch the stream with subtitles.

[Source: PlayStation Japan]

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