Everything Revealed at the PlayStation 5 Digital Event

11 Jun 2020

Sony has been teasing details for the PlayStation 5 for over a year now. It was no secret their new console would be releasing sometime before the end of this year but, with the cancellation of every major press conference in 2020, the desire to see some next generation games in action has become strong.

After a week’s delay, Sony gave us what we have all been waiting for. Was it everything we had hoped for? That is hard to say, but they definitely gave us a lot to think about before the holidays. Here is everything, and I mean everything, Sony revealed at PlayStation’s Future of Gaming digital event.

Grand Theft Auto V – Holiday 2020

Spider-Man: Miles Morales – Holiday 2020

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Grand Turismo 7

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

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Project Athia

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Stray – 2021


Sackboy: A Big Adventure

Destruction AllStars

Kena: Bridge of Spirits

Goodbye Volcano High – 2021

Oddworld: Soulstorm

Ghostwire Tokyo – 2021

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JETT: The Far Shore – Holiday 2020

Godfall – Holiday 2020

Solar Ash – 2021

Hitman 3 – January 2021

NBA 2K21

Astro’s Playroom

Little Devil Inside

Bugsnax – Holiday 2020

Demon’s Souls


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Resident Evil Village – 2021

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Pragmata – 2022

Horizon: Forbidden West

PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition – Holiday 2020

Sony had no shortage of content to give us who are thirsty for the next generation of PlayStation. With Sony hard hitters like Naughty Dog and Sucker Punch releasing games for the tail end of the PS4, it was nice to see the friendly faces of Insomniac, Housemarque, and of course Guerilla. While it may not have been as exciting as previous reveals, the variety of games coming in the early years of the next generation is absolutely stunning. I am personally very excited to see more of Kena Bridge of Spirits.

Even without the large crowds and big personalities, PlayStation showed just what separates them from the pack. With a strong belief in independent games, taking risks on new ideas, and the always reliable output of AAA fair, the PS5 may yet be another top seller for Sony. Let’s just hope that “flashy” console comes in black.

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