Recently, Sony Unveiled their all new PlayStation 5 console, along with quite a few games to go along with it. Today we are going to take a look at some of the exciting titles making their way to the PS5. To start, a sequel to Marvel's Spider-Man is officially in the works starring Miles Morales, and is coming to the PS5 this holiday seas
Rockstar Games also announced the PS5 version of Grand Theft Auto V, which left some fans, underwhelmed. The game is set to be re-released in 2021, meaning we shouldn't expect a new Grand Theft Auto game for quite some time. Although the game will receive some graphical and probably gameplay updates, its sad seeing the series not having a refresh for what looks to be 8 years now.
The next entry in the Ratchet & Clank series, Rift Apart,is coming to PlayStation 5. Clank’s character mode will now feature ray tracing, and the game also uses the new PS5’s SSD to allow players to jump through rifts across different worlds. Insomniac Games creative director Marcus Smith said the new “interdimensional adventure” has been built from the ground up for the next-gen console. “All of our alien worlds are filled with density and life previously unseen,” he said.
“Ratchet’s all-new arsenal is more exciting than ever thanks to the DualSense controller’s advanced feedback.”
Sackboy: A Big Adventure was announced for PlayStation 5. LittleBigPlanet mascot Sackboy will star in the new platformer Sackboy: A Big Adventure for PS5. There isn't too much information around the game, and no specific release date yet.
Housemarque is releasing a new PS5 IP called Returnal. The gameplay trailer showcases a third person shooter, but the narrative is what seems most intriguing. The protagonist has been stuck in a constant loop of reliving her death, which happened when she crashed on this strange new planet. Every time she comes back, the planet grows and change, which should bring some interesting opportunities, from the perspective of both gameplay and story. Take a look at the trailer below.
GhostWire: Tokyo also saw some gameplay footage at Sonys big event. In the game’s first trailer a number of Tokyo citizens are seen disappearing into thin air. Players have to investigate these disappearances and figure out the source of the evil that’s causing them. "According to Bethesda, the game will involve facing the occult, unravelling conspiracy theories and experiencing urban legends."
Demon Souls Remake confirmed for remake on PS5.
Resident Evil 8 Confirmed for PS5 release, sometime in 2021. Resident Evil 8: Village is going to be a sequel to Resident Evil 7 biohazard. Resident Evil 8 will be played in first-person and will star protagonist Ethan Winters, the games setting appears to be a snowy forest haunted by what appear to be werewolf-like creatures.
Oddworld: Soulstorm will also be coming to PS5, with a new trailer highlighting its stunning cinematic style. Developer Oddworld Inhabitants debuted a brand new trailer for its upcoming Oddworld: Soulstorm, and confirming that the title will be coming to PS5. The new trailer highlighted several of the game’s cinematic moments, while also showing some gameplay sections as Abe explores vast environments and tries to save his fellow Mudokons.
These are just a few games, and a small glimpse of what to expect from the PS5 lineup, stay tuned for more!