Unlike Microsoft, which at least tried and unveiled new game announcements in E3 style, Sony’s only announcements in June were third party and VR focused state of play events.
It says nothing about the usual first-party games Sony made themselves, and at the moment their release schedule looks oddly slim compared to Nintendo.
Sony is known to have several projects in development; This is easy to forget because most of them have no real details or even obscure publishing windows.
Unless the company makes a formal announcement via First Party Focus State of Play or at least a blog post, we won’t have any further confirmation, but in the meantime we’ve listed every upcoming PlayStation release that exists. Some popular rumors.
God of War: Ragnarok
The sequel to the 2018 God of War is the focal point of many plays until late. With zero updates from last year’s trailer, conflicting reports of delays and rumors that a release date will be shared by the end of June, fans are more excited for the news than ever before.
Some, including producer Corey Barlog, have insisted that what others think, however, the game is not too late, and it has been claimed that Sony will complete it by this November.
The Santa Monica studio already has another project in the pipeline, which may not be related to the God of War, but has been less shared about it.
The Last of Us remakes and fictions
Sony’s other major 2022 release is also not a new game, but a PlayStation 5 remake of the first The Last Of U. It’s scheduled for September 5th, but its existence as a remake of the only 10-year-old game is controversial and still costs a full £ 70.
Naughty Dog is also involved in his Last of You multiplayer project, which was part of The Last of Us Part 2 before evolving into his own game. Two years later and we only have one concept art, but nothing bigger than the studio’s single-player games, though nothing else.
Neil Druckman, co-chairman of the studio, has suggested that Naughty Dog will move to a new IP someday, but he has not ruled out a third last off. Moreover, there is a rumor that work has already started on the new Uncharted.
Ghost of Tsushima 2
Admittedly this hasn’t been announced yet, but there’s enough writing on the wall to tell you that a sequel is happening. While Ghost of Tsushima is a serious and commercial success, many job advertisements at Studio Sucker Punch clearly mention it.
Bend Studio’s new IP
Days Gone may not get a sequel (no matter how many fans ask), but developer Sony Bend has begun work on its next project. All we know about it is that it is a new IP and will have multiplayer and open world. So, you can also cross Siphon Filter Revival from your wish list.
MLB The Show 23
Considering the technically unannounced, annual releases like EA’s FIFA Games, this is already guaranteed to evolve. San Diego Studios is clearly making it (it hasn’t made anything since 2018 except MLB The Show Games), although it’s likely to be a multiplatform like the last two games.
Spider-Man 2 and Wolverine
Not only in the sequel to the Spider-Man game of Insomniac Games 2018, but everyone’s favorite Canadian, with a brand new title starring Wolverine, is definitely keeping himself busy. Both were announced for the PlayStation 5 last year, the former being scheduled for 2023, and much of the latter didn’t come much later.
In 2021, the studio was looking for employees to work on an unannounced multiplayer project, a rumor related to Marvel and we can safely expect a follow-up sometime in Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart.
The developers of Concrete Ginny announced that they were making it The new PlayStation 5 is unique Last year. We know it’s being made in Unreal Engine 5 and in collaboration with Sony Pictures Animation (the studio behind Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Versus and its sequel), but we haven’t heard anything else about it since.
Bluepoint Games Project
The success of his remakes of Shadow Of The Colossus and Demon’s Souls meant it was time for Sony to snap Bluepoint games and make it its first party studio. Instead of working on a second remake, however, BluePoint is working on the first original game since 2006’s Blast Factor.
Assuming Sony isn’t lying, Bungie’s acquisition won’t make its future projects PlayStation exclusive, but we wouldn’t be surprised if any PlayStation 5 version gets a special treatment or is released as periodically unique.
Nothing official has been shared, but a previous job listing shows that his next post-destiny game is a dungeon crawler role-player and a competitive multiplayer game, assuming they’re really different projects. One of them could be called Matter because Bungie had trademarked the name years ago.
Multiple live-service games
Sony wants at least 10 live service titles in the next four years, although what they are is a mystery. We know Bungie will help (his experience with Destiny is that Sony bought it in the first place) and one of them is developing in Heaven, a new studio that Sony bought earlier this year.
Another PlayStation could be developed in London, the studio behind the 2019 VR action game Blood and Truth. Its job listing mentions a new online multiplayer IP for the PlayStation 5, although there is nothing concrete to suggest that it will be a live service.
The Last of Us multiplayer game is also considered to be one of the 10, although Sony has not confirmed this.
Secret game of guerrilla games
Nothing has been formally announced by Guerrilla Games, but we do know that it is working on a Simon Laruche’s LinkedIn page. He joined the studio in 2018 and is literally the game director for ‘Secret Game’. In addition, the Horizon Forbidden West sequel is unavoidable, and he is co-developing the PlayStation VR2 spin-off Horizon Call of the Mountain with Firesprite.
Firespright rumored projects
Speaking of Liverpool Studios, it also means working on at least two other projects. The job listing on its website mentions story-driven adventure games and multiplayer action shooters. The latter is expected to be a new twisted metal, which could be integrated with Sony’s TV show.
Housemark’s next project
Instead of a return sequel, Housemark confirmed that it was working on a new IP a few months ago. No other details have been shared, with Housemark 10 resolving the question of whether the live service is one of the games.
Team Asobi’s rumored platform
For a free PlayStation 5 tech demo, Astro’s Playroom is more enjoyable than any right. So, it’s no surprise that Team Asobi expects to make more games with title characters. Details remain secret, but it may be another platform such as Astro’s Playroom and VR titled Astro Bot: Rescue Mission.
Square Enix Exclusive
It is easy to believe the rumors that Sony is buying Square Enix when the company releases the flagship exclusive for the PlayStation. We won’t have Forspoken later this year, but two very important new Final Fantasy games will just be on the PlayStation 5.
The first is Final Fantasy 16, the next mainline entry in the series in the summer of 2023, followed by Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, a sequel to Final Fantasy 7 remake in the winter.
Stray – July 19
Pac-Man World Re-Pac – 26 August
Soul Hackers 2 – August 26
Destroy all humans! 2: Blasphemy – August 30
The Lord of the Rings: Golam – September 1
Marvel’s Midnight Sun – October 7th
A Plague Tale: Requim – October 18
Gotham Nights – October 25
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – October 28
Callisto Protocol – 2 December
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora – 2022
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion – Winter 2022
Hogwarts Legacy – Winter 2022
Multiverse – 2022
Sonic Frontiers – Winter 2022
Dead Space – January 27, 2023
Resident Evil 4 remake – March 24, 2023
Star Wars JD: Survivor – 2023
Street Fighter 6 – 2023
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – early 2023
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