Sony’s PlayStation 5 is expected to be released before the end of 2020 to take advantage of the holiday season and fans are still wondering what games will arrive on the next generation console. We know so little about the PS5 that fans are dreaming about crazy projects that look like the Nintendo GameCube or a small Death Star. There are also fan-created models of how the main screen might look. There has been slightly more information out there about what video games we can expect for PS5, however.
A combination of leaks and official announcements gave us an idea of about eight games that could be arriving on the day of the PS5 launch.
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8. Rainbow Six Siege
This is 100% official.
A door to the popular tactical multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six Siege is the only video game currently confirmed as a launch title by its developer. During an interview with Windows Central in February, Rainbow Six Siege Director Leroy Athanassoff said: “What I can tell you is that we will be present [the consoles] since launch … our goal is to be available at launch. “He was unable to share a specific date, but confirmed it Rainbow Six Siege it will be on PS5 every time its version is released, making it the only foolproof game on this list.
Godfall is a new fantasy game centered on the loot and loot of Counterplay Games and Borderlands 3 Gearbox developer. The filming of the game has leaked even if you are curious to see what a next generation game looks like in action.
It was revealed for PC and PS5 at the December 2019 Game Awards, making it the first brand new PS5 title to be officially revealed. While it has not technically been confirmed as a launch title, it has a “holiday 2020” release window just like the PS5, so it looks likely that it will be a launch title.
When people can fly and Square Enix’s tread re-emerged in February, it was confirmed that the game would come to the new generation consoles. It’s a loot-based cooperative shooter – akin to Destiny or Hymn – set in an alien world called Enoch where players use special powers created by something called “The Anomaly”. While People Can Fly is still bashful about what’s different in the next generation versions of tread, Game InformerThe cover story said that the developers “seemed confident that the next generation would allow them to add more visual polish than would otherwise be possible.”
5. Watch_Dogs: Legion
Watch_Dogs: Legion originally it was slated to be launched on March 6, but Ubisoft delayed it last fall to add some polish and make it a new generation title.
From Watchdogs it is a known IP and the game was already in the final stages of development when it was delayed, it seems likely that it could end up being a launch title for PS5.
4. Ratchet and Clank 2
We are now entering the realm of pure speculation, but reports emerged in February that Sony and Insomniac Games were preparing a new Ratchet and Clank game for the launch of PS5.
Since Sony acquired Insomniac last year, almost four years have passed since the last one Ratchet and Clank play e Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 still seems to be far away, Ratchet and Clank 2 He is the most likely first-party launch title candidate for PS5.
3. Bluepoint’s Remake
Bluepoint is known for his work on excellent remakes like The shadow of the colossus, and has been confirmed by wired that the developer is working on another PS5 remake.
The exact title Bluepoint is working on has not yet been revealed, but they include common theories Demon’s Souls, The Legend of Dragoon, is Metal Gear Solid thanks to various playful makes fun of Bluepoint. Given that he was one of the first Sony-confirmed developers to work on a PS5 game, don’t be surprised to see Bluepoint’s next remake at the launch of PS5.
2. Cyberpunk 2077
A version of Cyberpunk 2077 is confirmed for the Xbox Series X and, although it is not confirmed, an updated version of PS5 is also in the works.
While the next CD Projekt Red joint will actually come out for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Google Stadia apparently before the launch of the next generation consoles, there will be next generation remasters of this title. CD Projekt Red has confirmed that it will also support Microsoft’s Smart Delivery system for next-generation ownership, which means that anyone who purchases the Xbox One game can play the Xbox Series X version for free. It wouldn’t make sense for developers to keep these next generation improvements exclusively for consoles and the game will already be on current-gen by then, so a PS5 version of Cyberpunk 2077 it will probably be the first day.
1. Horizon Zero Dawn 2
The final game on this list, and also the most noteworthy one, is Horizon Zero Dawn 2.
The job offers from the developer Guerilla Games, the public statements from the studio that express his intentions to continue the franchise and the adaptive triggers on PS5 seem to indicate that Horizon Zero Dawn 2 is under development. It remains to be seen whether or not this is a launch title, but it would certainly be an excellent first-party title to have when starting a new console. Until then, Horizon Fans can’t wait for a PC port of the original to arrive this summer.