PlayStation PS5 Every Confirmed Game So Far

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The PlayStation 5 is set to release this coming holiday season. However, Sony hasn't revealed what PS5 games will be launching with the console. That being said, there is a growing list of PS5 games set to release for the console, most of which consists of third-party titles. This list includes games from Ubisoft, Gearbox, Techland, THQ Nordic, EA, and more. It includes both cross-gen games and some amazing next-gen exclusives.

Below we've compiled that list along with a YouTube video. Along with games officially announced, there is also a list of suspected titles to release on the next-gen hardware. We have divided the games into 3 sections. By clicking the first spoiler, we have all of the officially confirmed new titles coming to the PS5. The second Spoiler showcases current titles being ported to the PS5. Finally, the third spoiler showcases the titles we expect to be released on PS5. Click and take a look!

Godfall
Launch: Late 2020


Godfall is a third-person fantasy action role-playing game meets looter-slasher from developer Counterplay Games -- the makers of Duelyst -- and publisher Gearbox. It was notably the first game confirmed for release on PS5, and is a next-gen only title.
Assassins Creed Valhalla
Launch: Holiday 2020


Assassin's Creed Valhalla is the latest game in the long-running Assassin's Creed series that will take players not just to the lands of the Vikings, but some of the lands they relentlessly raided. In addition to being in development for next-gen consoles, it's also in development for current-gen systems.

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2
Launch: 2020


Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 is an action-RPG being made by developer Hardsuit Labs and funded by publisher Paradox Interactive. The sequel to 2004 video game Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines, it's notably a cross-gen release.
Cyberpunk 2077
Launch: TBD


Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person open-world role-playing game from Polish developer CD Projekt Red, the developers of The Witcher series. It's poised to hit current-gen consoles and PC this September, but it's unclear when it will arrive on next-gen hardware.
Outriders
Launch: Late 2020


Outriders is a third-person looter-shooter developed by People Can Fly, the team best-known for Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgement. It's being published by Square Enix, and will notably be a cross-gen release.
Scarlett Nexus
Launch: TBD


Scarlet Nexus is an action-RPG with anime-inspired visuals from one of Bandai Namco's internal studios. In addition to being a next-gen game, it will also be available on current-gen hardware.
Chorus
Launch: 2021


Chorus is pitched as an evolution of the space-combat shooter in development via Fishlabs and Deep Silver. In addition to being a next-gen game, it will also be available on current hardware.
Observer System Redux
Launch: TBD


Observer System Redux is 2017's hit cyberpunk survival horror game, Observer, rebuilt for the PS5. Developed by Bloober Team -- the masters of horror behind Blair Witch and Layers of Fear -- it will feature an expanded story and expanded gameplay.
Quantum Error
Launch: 2021


Quantum Error is an upcoming cosmic-horror game meets first-person shooter in development at TeamKill, the developer of Kings of Lorn. In addition to PS5, the game is also being developed for PS4.
Dying Light 2
Launch: TBD


Dying Light 2 is an open-world action RPG meets zombie survival-horror game. In development at Techland, it's a cross-gen game and does not require you to play the first game in the series.
Dirt 5
Launch: October 2020


Dirty 5 is the latest entry in the racing game franchise of the same name, said to be particularly inspired by Dirt 2 and Dirt 3. In development at Codemasters, it will be a cross-gen release.
Gods and Monstes
Launch: Late 2020 - Early 2021


Gods and Monsters is a storybook adventure game with serious Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild vibes. It's being developed by the team behind Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and published by Ubisoft as a cross-gen release.
Gothic
Launch: After 2020


A remake of 2001's Gothic, a fantasy-themed single-player action RPG being published by THQ Nordic and developed by a brand new and unannounced studio in Spain. It will be a next-gen only game.
Rainbow Six Quarantine
Launch: Late 2020 - Early 2021


Rainbow Six Quarantine is a three-player tactical cooperative first-person shooter from publisher Ubisoft and a splinter team of Rainbow Six Siege. It's being developed as a cross-gen game.
Watch Dogs: Legion
Launch: TBA


In the near future, London is facing its downfall: the people are being oppressed by an all-seeing surveillance state, private militaries control the streets, and a powerful crime syndicate is preying on the vulnerable. The fate of London lies with you, and your ability to recruit a resistance and fight back.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon
Launch: Holiday 2020


Yakuza: Like a Dragon is the latest installment in the long-running franchise traditional seen as a PlayStation series. The cross-gen release is not only poised to soft-reboot the series, but will add turn-based combat to it.
Madden NFL 21
Launch: TBA


Madden NFL 21 is the latest entry in the Madden NFL series in development at EA as a cross-gen game.
Lord of of the Rings: Gollum
Launch: 2021

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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is an action adventure game that follows Gollum after he acquires the One Ring. It's in development for next-gen consoles via Daedalic Entertainment, a German studio and perhaps the best-known adventure game studio in the business.
Lords of the Fallen 2
Launch: TBA

No Video Yet

Lords of the Fallen 2 is an upcoming sequel to 2014's Lords of the Fallen, an action role-playing game with some serious Dark Souls vibes. Originally announced back in 2018, the sequel has seemingly been going through development trouble.
**New BluePoint Game**

Bluepoint Studios -- the team best known for the Shadow of the Colossus remaster and Uncharted: Nathan Drake Collection -- has confirmed it's working on a remake for the PS5. The studio hasn't divulged what the game is, but rumors are pointing towards a remake of Demon's Souls.
[*]Destiny 2
[*]Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
[*]Warframe
[*]Fortnite
[*]Call of Duty: Warzone
[*]Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
[*]Apex Legends
[*]Final Fantasy VII Remake (Part 2)
[*]The Elder Scrolls VI
[*]Starfield
[*]BioShock 4
[*]Diablo 4
[*]Overwatch 2
[*]New NBA Live
[*]Call of Duty 2020
[*]Project Awakening
[*]Sniper Elite 5
[*]The Sims 5
[*]Battlefield 6
[*]Untitled Star Wars Game
[*]Untitled Avatar Game
[*]Beyond Good and Evil 2
[*]Skull & Bones
[*]Elden Ring
[*]Payday 3
[*]Untitled Saints Row Game
[*]The Wolf Among Us 2
[*]Back 4 Blood
[*]Sons of the Forest
[*]Sea of Stars
[*]30XX
[*]Hytale
[*]Convergence: A League of Legends Story
[*]The Outlast Trials
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