PS5 shows its exclusive games in a new trailer. Due to the proximity of the launch, Sony is accelerating the advertising campaign for its new console. In the announcement released today, they seem to focus only on exclusive games.
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We know that the PS5 will start its journey with Demon’s Souls, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure, all available at launch. Let’s not forget, also, that the console includes a digital copy of Astro’s Playroom, a game that works as a technical demo of the DualSense. Sony knows that exclusives have become the fundamental pillar of its platform, so the bet on its First-Party catalog will continue next year.
Therefore, Sony has released a new ad for the PS5 that is largely focused on those exclusive games that will be available throughout 2021. Finally, we know that Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Gran Turismo 7 and Returnal will arrive during the first half of the next year, while Horizon Forbidden West will be released in the second half. The video, by the way, is narrated by Travis Scott, who signed a creative partnership with Sony this year.
What about God of War 2? While Sony confirmed it for late 2021, due to the global pandemic there have been some delayed projects. The fact is that the coronavirus pandemic, despite significantly benefiting video game sales worldwide, has also harmed the development of multiple games. It is possible that the company has preferred to be cautious about the new adventure of the God of War.
PS5 shows its exclusive games in a new trailer. Even if we don’t see God of War 2 in 2021, the PlayStation 5 will still have an attractive catalog of exclusive games during that year. For its part, the Third- Party will also offer interesting proposals such as Hitman 3, Resident Evil 8: Village, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Far Cry 4 and a new Battlefield, to mention just a few.