It took almost a year for Sony to once again celebrate a event focused on the novelties coming to the PlayStation 5. In fact, this is the first important presentation after the launch of the console in November of the previous year, since the State of Play last July gave space to titles that, for the most part, we already knew. Also, of course, the public wants to see the great exclusives that are kept secret.
It is for this reason that the industry focuses, mainly those of the PlayStation community, are on the expected 2021 showcase. This should not surprise anyone, as we are still in the take-off stage of a new generation of consoles. The owners of the PlayStation 5, as well as the potential buyers, want to know the playable offer of the platform for the near future.
Of course, there have been rumors and theories circulating on the internet for days, although Sony has managed to keep its biggest announcements secret. So we set ourselves the task of collecting all the news from the PlayStation 5 showcase in one place. Take into account that this publication will be kept in constant development as the presentation progresses.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake
Sony announced the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake, which will apparently be exclusive to PlayStation and PC consoles. Its development is in charge of the Aspyr studio, but it does not have a release date yet.
Project EVE is a RPG which was announced in 2020, however, during the PlayStation 5 showcase they showed us a trailer with gameplay. The game is being developed in South Korea.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
Gearbox took advantage of the PlayStation 5 event to show a new look at Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
Forspoken was one of the first exclusive titles announced for the PlayStation 5 during 2020. Its development is carried out by Square Enix and this is the first time that we can see it in motion. It arrives in spring 2022.
Alan Wake Remastered
Alan Wake is back as a remaster. Remedy Entertainment’s title boasts 4K graphics and other types of visual improvements to exploit current generation hardware. Check out their first trailer below: