PS5: Games rumoured to be exclusive to Sony – Sequels, Latest news, Rumours & more
Judging from the rumours on Twitter, we will be getting more games than we expected.
Sony is primed to launch its next-gen console, the PS5, around the Holiday period later this year.
With the rumoured PS5 reveal event never really materialising, and the recent outbreak of Coronavirus, now would be a better time than ever for Sony to give us an update.
And not just any old update – we want to hear something new about the system, whether that comes in the form of a full specs release or some sort of mention of which games will be coming to PS5.
Continue reading as we speculate which games could be coming to PS5 at the end of this year.
Check out the highlights of the list below:
God of War 2
The long-awaited sequel to the award-winning remake of the God of War series could be upon us sooner than expected.
It has been 2 years since the release of the remake/reboot (God of War 4) and we have seen nothing from the developers, Santa Monica Studio.
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If we receive any leaks, hints or teases in February, it is likely we still won’t see a release until 2021.
After a great release for the first Marvel’s Spider-Man, our Spidey Sense is telling us it is very likely we will see some news from PlayStation and Insomniac Games.
We are unsure whether the next game will be a direct sequel to the first.
We may see an origin story to Spider-Man (again) as we entered peter Parker’s Spider-Man career after the events of becoming the hero we know and love.
Horizon Zero Dawn 2
Horizon Zero Dawn released in early 2017 and quickly became a fan favourite for PS4 owners.
With its immersive graphics, story and wildlife, it is still a game I recommend you pick up if you haven’t already.
We have high hopes for the sequel and have our fingers crossed for news coming soon.
Gran Turismo 7
Gran Turismo has been a large part of racing games over the last two decades.
This could be teased at the PS5 reveal but will most likely be announced at a later date if the rumours are true.
MLB The Show 21
As a veteran series starting in 1997 with MLB 98 on the PlayStation 1, a hardcore fan base is expecting another game towards the end of this year.
Some other games rumoured to be announced are; Spyro, Demon’s Souls Remastered, The Ordeal 1886 sequel, PlayStation All-Stars 2, Killzone, Sly Cooper 5 and Legendz.
Although the majority of games releasing in 2020/21 are sequels to previous games. It’s safe to say this list has us excited for the future of PlayStation Exclusives, and games released on next-gen consoles.