Today, Sony’s long-awaited PlayStation 5 showcase was held. Missed it? Don’t worry: here’s everything that was announced.
Of course, we got a glimpse at some new games, along with another look at some we’ve already seen. And the big news was, of course, about the PS5 console itself.
Here’s a rundown of everything that Sony showed off during the presentation:
- The PS5 Showcase opened with a rather epic trailer for Final Fantasy XVI, which looks like The Witcher meets Final Fantasy. It’s a PlayStation console exclusive, though also available on PC. No release date yet – presumably quite some time away.
- We got an extended look at Spider-Man: Miles Morales, seeing Peter Parker’s successor in action. It’s still coming ‘holiday 2020’.
- The long-rumoured Harry Potter game has been revealed! Developed by Avalanche and Portkey Games, it’s called Hogwarts Legacy. Release date is set to be 2021.
- Next, we got a sneak peek at the campaign for Call of Duty: Cold War.
- Resident Evil Village got a new trailer next, looking freaky as ever. No release date other than ‘2021’.
- A new trailer for Deathloop was up next, looking like a lot of fun. It’s coming Q2 2021, and is a PlayStation console exclusive (meaning it’s also coming to PC).
- Devil May Cry V: Special Edition was revealed, where you can play as Virgil. It’ll be available as a launch title for PS5.
- Next was a trailer for Oddworld: Soulstorm, the return of Abe. No release date, though.
- Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach was announced, with a rather unsettling trailer.
- Demon’s Souls was up next, with a gameplay trailer. Still no release date yet.
- Fortnite is coming to PS5 at launch.
- A new PS Plus benefit for PS5 has been announced: the PlayStation Plus Collection. If you’re a PS Plus subscriber, you’ll be able to download a selection of ‘generation defining games’. Those games are: God of War, Bloodborne, FFVX, Mortal Kombat X, Uncharted 4, Ratchet and Clank, Days Gone, Until Dawn, Detroit: Become Human, Battlefield 1, Infamous: Second Son, Batman: Arkham Knight, The Last Guardian, The Last of Us Remastered, Persona 5, Resident Evil VII and Monster Hunter World.
- God of War Ragnarok has been announced, with a teaser trailer.
- Finally, we got the PlayStation 5’s release date and price: it’ll cost $499.99/£449.99, with the all-digital version costing $399.99/£359.99. It’s releasing on 12th November in North America, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea, but 19th November ‘rest of the world.