The PS5 event earlier today revealed a multitude of games coming to the console over the next few years, including the sequel to PS4 titles Horizon and Spider-Man, a PS5 exclusive from Square Enix, a new Sackboy adventure and Gran Turismo 7. Over 20 games in all were revealed in today’s event.
Check out the many games announced with trailers below:
Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Coming to the PS5 later this year, Spider-Man: Miles Morale is the follow-up to 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man.
Gran Turismo 7
Polyphony Digital’s racing sim is heading to the PS5 as an exclusive title, but a release date has not yet been revealed.
Ratchet and Clank: Rifts Apart
Insomniac Games announced PS5 exclusive Ratchet and Clank: Rifts Apart during the event tonight, showing off a new trailer and gameplay footage.
New IP from Square Enix and Luminous Productions was revealed as Project Athia (working title). The game, from Final Fantasy XV team, will be a PS5 exclusive. The release date for the game has not yet been revealed.
Stray is a brand new game from BlueTwelve and Annapurna, which will be coming to the PS5 in 2021. Set in a futuristic city filled with robots, you play as a cat who must find his way home and unlock the mysteries of the world that surrounds you.
Housemarque’s new game Returnal was revealed in the PS5 event, as a horror survival game in space. There’s no release date but it’s another PlayStation exclusive.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure
Iconic PlayStation hero Sackboy returns in an all-new 3D adventure in a LittleBigPlanet spin-off title developed by Sumo Digital. There’s no release date for the game, but 4-player co-op will be part of the game as expected.
Whack racing title Destruction AllStars was revealed as what looks like a cross between racing and Fortnite, and it’s a PlayStation exclusive. No release date was revealed.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits
Indie studio Ember Lab revealed a cute story-driven action adventure title called Kena: Bridge of Spirits. The title will be a PS5 exclusive, but the release date is not yet known.
Goodbye Volcano High
KO_OP’s new cinematic narrative adventure Goodbye Volcano High is heading to the PS5 in 2021.
Abe returns in another Oddworld title. The title was revealed years back and will be reading to the PS5 and PS4.
Tango Gameworks revealed the first gameplay trailer from their upcoming supernatural action adventure game, GhostWire: Tokyo. The game will be coming out in 2021 as a PS5 exclusive.
Jett: The Far Shore
Jett is a new cinematic action adventure that invites you to embark on an interstellar trip. The game will be releasing later this year on PS5 and PS4.
Although this game has already been revealed, the first PS5 trailer was revealed in today’s event. The game will be heading to PS5 and PC later this year.
Coming in 2021, Solar Ash is another space adventure with high-speed traversal challenges, wild gravity and beautiful vistas.
Agent 47 is back in the third and final game in the Hitman series. The game will launch in January 2021 on PS5 and PS4.
Like the PS4, Astro is heading to the PS5 in another 3D adventure. Pre-loaded on the PS5, this platform will give you a magical introduction to the console.
Little Devil Inside
Little Devil Inside is an action-adventure RPG with survival elements set in an atmospheric, semi-open “Victorian-like” world.
2K Sports stopped by to give us an eye-popping first look at pre-alpha PS5 development footage of NBA 2K21. It was also the only sports game (apart from GT) to be showcased.
From the creators of Octodad: Dadliest Catch comes half-snack half-bug title Bugsnax – a first-person adventure. The game will be releasing on PS5 and PS4 later this year.
From JAPAN Studio and Bluepoint Games comes a remake of the PlayStation classic, Demon’s Souls.
It was last year at E3 2019 when Arkane and Bethesda first announced Deathloop, and at today’s event the first gameplay footage was released.
Resident Evil VIII: Village
Capcom revealed the first trailer for Resident Evil Village, with the roman numeral VIII hidden within Village. The game will be releasing sometime in 2021.
Horizon: Forbidden West
Horizon Forbidden West continues Aloy’s story as she moves west to a far-future America to brave a majestic, but dangerous frontier where she’ll face awe-inspiring machines and mysterious new threats. The game is a PlayStation exclusive, but release date is not known.
Pragmata has a release date of 2022, which is ages away, and it’s also a super weird title.