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These are all of the Playstation 5 games that Sony presented

These are all of the Playstation 5 games that Sony presented
These are all of the Playstation 5 games that Sony presented

These are all of the Playstation 5 games that Sony presented. Sony has taken the opportunity to show a real heavy artillery of games of all kinds and for all tastes, in order to convince players that the catalog of their console is the best.

Final Fantasy XVI

Square Enix has presented the new installment of its most emblematic saga. Square Enix is Playstation 5 game that is continuous with respect to the fifteenth installment, and from what has been seen in a tremendously spectacular trailer, there will be combat in real time and a good amount of chocobos. It has been confirmed that it will be exclusive to PS5 on consoles, we don’t know if it will reach PC at some point.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Miles Morales, whom we already met in the superb first installment of ‘Spider-Man’, is the new protagonist of the franchise. It is a very similar installment to the previous one, where again we find spectacular fights full of combos, quick-time events and scripted superhero action. It remains to be seen if it lives up to its previous arachnid.

Hogwarts legacy

The first surprise bombshell of the night is the long-awaited game (it is not known if more oriented to the role or to the sandbox, although the data until now said that it is an action RPG) set in the mythical Harry Potter school of magic. Possibly huge settings, hundreds of spells, magical creatures to care for, and multiple nods to the hugely popular fantasy franchise.

Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War

Violent and absolutely spectacular, the new installment of ‘Call of Duty’ comes with all the amazing visual dementia expected from Activision’s war action saga par excellence.It is a playstation 5 game with slow motion bullets, devastating action sequences, vehicles and weapons of all kinds and devastating remote-controlled strollers. The ‘Fast & Furious’ of video games returns, and with surprise: this Friday the multiplayer will be available for PS4.

Resident Evil Village

As we already knew, a direct continuation of the terrifying ‘Resident Evil 7’ that completely reformulated the saga. It continues the first-person perspective and rural environments that take us back to the times of ‘Resident Evil 4’. We will also see the terrifying town of this eighth Resident Evil on Xbox Series and PC, in what appears to be one of the most visually daring and experimental games in the franchise of recent times.

Deathloop

Brimming with sixties humor and aesthetics, this excess of comic book violence, nods to multiple movies and comics, and some self-conscious humor promises old, endearing, and carefree ultraviolence for those fed up with HD drama. Arkane brings us a good dose of camp settings and shootouts at absurd speeds in a game that exchanges technical exhibitionism for an overdose of attitude. It is absolutely a great Playstation 5 game.

Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition

One of the Playstation 5 games that is clear that will be present at the launch of Playstation 5 is this new version in HD of one of the most praised games of the hyperkinetic Capcom franchise. It will only have a digital version and it promises swordsmanship, posture and incessant action.

Oddworld: Soulstorm

The well-remembered Oddworld platform game Inhabitants returns, say its makers, more furious and violent than ever, although it retains the unmistakable flavor of vintage 2D platforms, as it takes up the events of the best installment of all: the first. Deadly traps, multiple kills and a lot of humor in one of the few nods to the classic gameplay of the night.

Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach

This Playstation 5 exclusive game is the only concession to the indie chick Sony has made tonight. Freddy’s animatronic spawns never run out, and in the very brief teaser seen tonight, in which only a few scenes have been scanned, the edgy and surreal atmosphere of the original cult games is brought back.

Demon’s Souls

The long-awaited remake of the foundational game of the Souls style does not come from From, but from Bluepoint Games, but breathes atmosphere and mechanics of the original classic on all four sides. Insane monsters, sneaky and deadly fights and a freshly rained wasteland atmosphere for a game that gives an impressive visual cannon to the game that inspires this Playstation 5 game.

God of War: Raganarok

These are all of the Playstation 5 games that Sony presented. After announcing the launch date and price of its new consoles, Sony dropped a teaser for the next game in its most emblematic saga: ‘God of War: Ragnarok’ will arrive in 2021, and we hope that it does not overlap thematically with ‘Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla’.