Sony has finally given the world a glimpse at PS5 games, and you can see them all below.
During a PS5 reveal event livestream Thursday, Sony showed off what it called a glimpse at “the future of gaming,” providing a first look at PS5 gameplay and new game reveals, as well as the console design itself.
You can watch the entire reveal event right here:
In total, there were 26 games either revealed, shown off, or confirmed for PlayStation 5 – as well as the actual design of the console itself. Here is everything that was shown:
PS5 Console Design Reveal
The PlayStation 5 console design was revealed, featuring a white and black body matching its Dualsense controller. No price or date was not revealed alongside it, but it’s still planned for a release Holiday 2020.
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A discless version of the PlayStation 5 console was also revealed, called the PS5 Digital Edition. No price or date was revealed for this version either.
Horizon 2: Forbidden West Announced
A sequel to Horizon: Zero Dawn was revealed for PS5, titled Horizon 2: Forbidden West. A cinematic trailer made the reveal, complete with Aloy riding a robot horse-type creature, swimming through what appeared to be the remnants of a flooded San Francisco, and climbing icy peaks. A release date was not listed.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales Announced
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a sequel to PS4 exclusive with Miles Morales taking the lead role of Spider-Man this time around. The release date was simply set for Holiday 2020.
Resident Evil 8: Village Revealed
A new trailer and gameplay for the next Resident Evil was shown, titled Resident Evil 8: Village. Its release date will be sometime in 2021.
Gran Turismo 7 Revealed
First Gameplay of Gran Turismo 7 was shown. No release date was given.
Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart Announced
A brand new entry in the Ratchet and Clank series was revealed called Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, showing what appeared to be gameplay of the heroes jumping through portals to other dimensions before being split up. Insomniac games said players will be able to jump from planet to planet almost instantly, and are also implementing ray traced reflections on Clank’s head.
Demon’s Souls Remake Announced
A remake of Demon’s Souls was announced from developer Bluepoint Games and Japan Studio. No release date was given, but it was confirmed that it will be completely rebuilt from the ground up.
Death Loop PS5 Gameplay Revealed
Gameplay for Arkane Studios’ next game, Death Loop, was shown off during the event on PS5. Its release date will be Holiday 2020, and it will be a PS5 exclusive on consoles but will also launch on PC.
NBA 2K21 Coming Fall 2020
NBA 2K21 was announced with a brand new trailer, with the release date set for Fall 2021.
Will GTA Online Be Free for PS5 Owners?
During the PS5 reveal event, GTA 5 for PlayStation 5 was announced, and it was confirmed GTA Online will be given free to all PS5 owners when it launches in 2021. Additionally, all PS4 owners will get $1 million in GTA 5 game cash starting today.
PS5 Dualsense Controller Features Detailed
A short trailer detailing some of the features of the PS5 Dualsense controller was shown, including its motion sensing and other capabilities. You can watch that trailer above.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure Announced
A new game set in the Little Big Planet world was announced called Sackboy: A Big Adventure. It appears to be a co-op 3D platformer more along the lines of Super Mario 3D World than other games in the series. No release date was given.
Hitman 3 Coming January 2021
Io Interactive announced Hitman 3 for PS5 (and presumably other places) coming in January 2021.
GhostWire: Tokyo PS5 Gameplay Revealed
Gameplay for Ghostwire: Tokyo, the latest game from Shinji Mikami, was revealed. The release date was set for 2021.
Godfall Gameplay Revealed for PS5
Gameplay of the melee action game Godfall was shown off for the first time. The release date will be Holiday 2020.
Pragmata Revealed from Capcom
A new game from Capcom called Pragmata was announced. The release date was set for 2022.
Astro’s Playroom Revealed
A new game in the Astrobot series was revealed called Astro’s Playroom. It will come pre-loaded onto every PS5 for free, and is designed to show off the new features of the Dualsense controller.
Oddworld: Soulstorm Announced for PS5
Gameplay for Oddworld: Soulstorm was revealed, along with the announcement that it would be coming to PS5. No release date was given at this time.
Returnal Announced from Developer Housemarque
The next game from developer Housemarque called Returnal was revealed. No release date was given at this time.
Destruction Allstars Announced
A PvP destruction derby game called Destruction Allstars was announced from developer Lucid. No release date was given at this time.
Project Athia Announced
A new game from Square Enix and Luminous called Project Athia was revealed, with the trailer saying it was “designed exclusively for PlayStation 5.” No release date was given at this time, but it was confirmed to be a PlayStation 5 console exclusive.
Stray Announced, Coming 2021
A new game from Annapurna Interactive called Stray was revealed where you seemingly play as a cat. The release date for Stray will be sometime in 2021.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits Announced
A 3D action-adventure game from developer Ember Labs called Kena: Bridge of Spirits was revealed, showing off gameplay of its lead character fighting through a forest area with magic. No release date was given at this time, but it was confirmed to be a PlayStation 5 console exclusive.
Goodbye Volcano High Announced
A new game called Goodbye Volcano High was announced for PlayStation 5, with a release date set for 2021.
Jett: The Far Shore Revealed for Holiday 2020
A brand new game called Jett: The Far Shore was shown off for PS5, with a release date in Holiday 2020
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Little Devil Inside Announced
A new game called Little Devil Inside was revealed for PlayStation 5. No release date was given at this time.
A new game from the developer of Octodad called Bugsnax was revealed for PlayStation 5. The release date was set for Holiday 2020.
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