According to a prominent PlayStation insider, Sony will reveal the PS5 console and its biggest games quite soon. More specifically, the report claims that if you're looking forward to the reveal of the PS5 console and its biggest third-party games and first-party exclusives, then you're going to want to mark June 4 on your calendar, because this is when all of this and more will go down.
The report comes way of Venture Beat's Jeff Grub, who claims not only is Sony going to finally reveal the console and what it looks like on June 4, but this will be accompanied by games. Lots of them. Unfortunately, this is where the salient details dry up. In other words, while the report mentions that a copious helping of PS5 games will be revealed, there's no word on what games this will include.
Recently, we wrote about five rumored PlayStation 5 exclusive launch games. However, the reality is this games blowout will probably include more than just exclusive games. Below, you can check out some of the games we could see at the rumored event:
- New Ratchet & Clank
- SOCOM Reboot
- Horizon Zero Dawn 2
- Marvel's Spider-Man 2
- God of War 2
- Demon's Souls Remake
- Silent Hill Reboot
- New Gran Turismo
- Ape Escape Remake
- New Batman Game
- Resident Evil 8
- Saints Row 5
- Dragon Age 4
- Hitman 3
- Far Cry 6
- New Rocksteady Game
- Elden Ring
- New Prince of Persia Game
Of course, there are more games that could be revealed at such an event, but these games seem the most likely at this point given the information and rumors we've been hearing the past few months.
That said, as always, all of this should be taken with a grain of salt. Not just the lists above, but the initial claim itself. Nothing here is official, and everything is subject to change as well.
The PlayStation 5 is currently scheduled to release sometime this holiday season. You can continue to read more about the console via the relevant links below:
- PlayStation Provides Update on the PS5's Release Date
- PlayStation 5: Watch Unreal Engine 5's Next-Gen Footage
- Here's Why Some PlayStation Fans Think PS5 Will Play PS1, PS2, and PS3 Games
- Should You Upgrade Your PS4 to PS5?
- Batman Developer Gives Disappointing Update on New Game
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