PlayStation 5 News — The Possible Games Arrival According to a New Leak

Just a few days until the most expected February event, and we would find out more about the next-gen of PlayStation. As we wait for details about its launch date, costs, and the featured games, a leak brings some hints.

The massive 4chan leak tells us what to expect when it comes to the potential games. One of the titles would leave us in awe, while others arrive as expected entries. So, according to the leak, MLB The Sow 21, Gran Turismo 7, Godfall, Demon’s Souls Remastered, and an upcoming IP dubbed Legendz by SIE Santa Monica Studio, will be announced soon as release titles for the next-gen console.

The Possible Games Arrival on PlayStation 5 According to a New Leak

Godfall, however, is one of the five games that has been officially announced. Despite the leak’s authenticity, there is no game particularly far-fetched for a PlayStation 5 console release. The last added entry in the Gran Turismo series was released a few years ago, while MLB The Show is an unavoidable annual launch. Also, fans of the Dark Souls games have been requesting for Demon’s Souls remaster for far too long now.

Moreover, Kotaku’s Jason Schreier stated recently that the first-party games unveiled for the next-gen console would come only as exclusive for the PS5. So, unlike the Xbox Series X release slate, Sony’s decisions are quite different. For example, the first-party PS5 games won’t be backward compatible with the previous console. If players want to play any game, they’ll have to do the upgrade.

Ultimately, as the 4chan leak stated about PlayStation 5, Sony will soon start teasing us with a lot of next launches at the February event. We’re going to see an upcoming Horizon Zero Dawn game, a new Crash Bandicoot game, the sequel to Marvel’s Spider-Man, and a sleek new sci-fi game called Final Fantasy 16, and many more.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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