These days there has been a lot of talk about PlayStation 5, with Sony showing a comparative video of Marvel’s Spider-Man, as well as confirming the backward compatibility and Cross-Play support between PS4 and PS5.
At the moment, however, no game (First or Third Party) has been announced yet for PlayStation 5, despite the fact that the console has in fact been confirmed by the Japanese company. Let’s try to clarify and try to understand which titles could characterize the first months (or years) of the life cycle of the new platform.
Starting from the Sony Interactive Entertainment games, there are many rumors that they would like numerous PS5 titles under development, including Horizon Zero Dawn 2, God of War 2, Bloodborne 2 and Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, an aces poker that could open in the best way the PlayStation 5 era. Almost certainly the swan song of the PlayStation 4 lineup ( The Last of Us 2, Ghost of Tsushima and Death Stranding ) will arrive on PS5, it is not clear though if “simply” via backward compatibility or with ad hoc versions designed to maximize the potential of the console.
Even third-party publishers could be very busy on PS5, among the games in development there could be Final Fantasy VII Remake (divided into at least two episodes, according to recent rumors), The Elder Scrolls VI, Starfield, The Avengers Project, a new Call of Duty (probably COD Black Ops 5 ), Assassin’s Creed Legion and Grand Theft Auto 6 , next highly anticipated Rockstar Games blockbuster. In this regard, many think that the company may be working on a next-gen version of Red Dead Redemption 2 (as well as PC porting), but this is merely a matter of mere speculation.
For we will know more we will necessarily have to wait for the presentation of PlayStation 5, before then we doubt that publishers will officially announce games for the new Sony console.