The PlayStation 5 has been out for some time now, and its reception has been mostly positive (assuming you can get your hands on the machine). It includes lots of quality-of-life improvements over its predecessor, the PlayStation 4, such as faster load times, a solid-state drive (SSD) instead of a regular hard disk drive (HDD), and an improved controller thanks to the new DualSense. Having said all that, a console is only as good as the games available on it, and thankfully, the PS5 has you covered on that front as well.
While the machine already has a worthy library of good PS5 games, there are even more to look forward to, with some releasing as soon as this month, while others are years away. In the video game world, it’s not uncommon to be aware of games that are still several years off, while it’s also normal for a new game to be revealed and launched within just a couple of months. In this comprehensive list, we’ll go through the major PS5 releases from 2022, leading up to 2023.
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Rainbow Six Extraction — January 20, 2022
Rainbow Six Extraction (formerly known as Rainbow Six Quarantine) has been in development for a while, but finally seems like it’s nearing the end of its production cycle. Unlike the popular Rainbow Six Siege, this game will focus on cooperative play, with a twist. Rather than taking on other operatives, Extraction will pit you against alien parasites, which is uncharted territory for the series. Each mission will require you to escape with your squad — hence the name. While there are still many questions we have about Extraction, it’s much clearer what this game will look like now that it’s close to release. Thankfully, it’s a $40 game and with the new Buddy Pass system, you can invite up to two other friends to play for free for 14 days.
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection — January 28, 2022
Featuring Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, the Legacy of Thieves Collection heads to PS5 in early 2022, with improved visuals and performance. This remastered collection will allow players to enjoy both games in Fidelity Mode, running at 4K resolution at 30 frames per second; Performance Mode, targeting 60 fps; or Performance+ Mode, which targets 120 fps at 1080p. What better way to kick off 2022 than to play improved versions of some of the best action-adventure games ever?
Dying Light 2 Stay Human — February 4, 2022
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is a narrative-driven action game that will be coming to PS5. The game builds on the parkour and intense combat of the original game, but with much more focus placed on the world and how it changes based on players’ actions. There are factions and several moving parts to keep track of, making for a more engrossing and immersive open-world zombie game than Techland has made before. The entire game is also playable in four-player cooperative mode, and players can join each other’s worlds to see how they differ from each other. This one has been in the works for ages, but it seems like Techland will finally be ready for release this February.
Sifu — February 8, 2022
Sifu is easily one of our most anticipated games. This PlayStation exclusive is a tale of revenge, focusing on realistic kung fu action set in modern-day China. It looks to be stylish, with a deep combat system that works well with the third-person exploration. Part brawler, part action-adventure, Sifu has a lot going for it, with a unique blend of action and narrative. Interestingly, Sifu‘s release date was moved up to February 8, which doesn’t frequently happen with video games.
Horizon: Forbidden West — February 18, 2022
Horizon: Zero Dawn has sold more than 10 million copies, making a sequel all but inevitable. Sony finally let the cat out of the bag at its recent Future of Gaming presentation and revealed Horizon: Forbidden West. We didn’t get to see much initially, but after multiple showcases, it looks like another blockbuster title from Guerrilla. Forbidden West will feature vast underwater sections, and even a glider (not unlike Breath of the Wild). This is easily one of the most anticipated games from Sony’s first-party lineup. Here’s hoping we can get some resolution to that cliffhanger ending from the original. It’ll launch on February 18, 2022, barring any delays.
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen — February 22, 2022
Technically, this isn’t a full game, but rather an expansion. That doesn’t mean the release of Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is any less exciting. Following Bungie’s separation from Activision, the team was able to take as much time as it needed to develop the upcoming Destiny 2 expansion, which will include new story content, maps, gear, weapons, and of course, a new raid. It will also include the new glaive weapon type, which will blend melee and short-range attacks, all while featuring a new customization system. This will serve as the first major Destiny 2 expansion since 2020’s Beyond Light content, so there’s a lot of excitement for The Witch Queen.
Elden Ring — February 25, 2022
Elden Ring is one of the most-anticipated games, largely due to its developer, FromSoftware — who you might know as the team behind Dark Souls and Bloodborne. This game was first revealed at E3 2019 and wasn’t shown off again for quite some time. A new trailer was finally unveiled in the summer of 2021, showing off some more of the open world and even featuring a release date. We know it’s an action RPG set in an open world and is a collaboration between FromSoftware and author George R.R. Martin. It’ll be reminiscent of the Souls games, but with many new ideas, such as horseback riding, and a greater emphasis on exploration. Though much of this game’s DNA is rooted in the Souls franchise, it will play differently, due to the open world. The Souls games have always been slightly open-ended in their design, but never quite featured an open world.
Gran Turismo 7 — March 4, 2022
The popular racing game is coming back in a big way, and the developer says players will be thrilled to get their hands on the redesigned campaign mode. The trailer gave us a glimpse of something called GT Town, which seemed to provide a robust roadmap for planning out your life as a racer. Sony said it is working on fancy audio tricks for this presentation, and it showed — viewers could feel every gear shift, thanks to some impressive audio engineering. Couple that with the new DualSense controller, and we’re looking at one of the most sensory-intensive racing sims ever made. During the 2021 PlayStation Showcase, Gran Turismo 7‘s release date was revealed, along with a fancy new trailer.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands — March 25, 2022
First revealed during Summer Game Fest 2021, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a fantasy take on the Borderlands formula, with loot, dragons, and magic spells to defeat your foes with. But it still takes place in the Borderlands universe (sort of), so you can expect to use guns and powerful melee weapons, as well. During the 2021 PlayStation Showcase, we got to see gameplay for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands for the first time, along with its release date of March 25, 2022.
Grand Theft Auto V — March 2022
Not much else is known about this “enhanced and expanded” version of GTA V, but at the very least, it’s going to look great running on the PlayStation 5. Sony’s Future of Gaming presentation revealed a bunch of footage from the game; however, it was apparently running on a PlayStation 4. Interestingly, GTA Online will be free for PS5 owners within the first three months of the game’s release. During the 2021 PlayStation Showcase, it was announced that Grand Theft Auto V will launch in March 2022, suffering a slight delay from November 2021.
WWE 2K22 — March 2022
The expectations for WWE 2K22 are through the roof considering it will have been the first new entry in the series in over two years. Following the departure of longtime WWE developer Yuke’s, 2K had to shift production to Visual Concepts. The team is apparently revamping a lot of the gameplay in WWE 2K22, including updated controls and a rebuilt engine. Interestingly, it’s slated for a March 2022 release window, which is unusual since the WWE 2K games typically launch in the fall. Given the WWE’s odd decision to release many of its top superstars as of late, it’s unclear if 2K22 will launch on time. Since the cancelation of WWE 2K21, a lot is riding on the success of this new entry.
Stray — Early 2022
Play as a cat in a world without humans! The reveal trailer showed a futuristic world overrun by robots, complete with old computer monitors for faces. Expect plenty of platforming action when Annapurna releases Stray in 2022. Beyond that, much is still unknown, aside from its planned 2022 release window.
Cyberpunk 2077 — Q1 2022
It’s easy to make fun of Cyberpunk 2077, given its rocky launch in late 2020, but underneath all the bugs and ridiculous glitches is a good game. That will hopefully come through clearly with the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 on PS5, which will feature enhanced visuals, extra content, and general stability. Sadly, the next-gen version was recently delayed from late 2021 to the first quarter of 2022, as the team at CD Projekt Red works on updating the base version of the game. The pandemic and the overall state of the game when it launched severely impacted the release schedule of all future content, but hopefully the developer will make things right with the new version.
Forspoken — May 24, 2022
Not much is known about this mysterious title from Square Enix. The Future of Gaming trailer showed off a world full of dragons, magic, and breathtaking environments, but that’s about it. It was previously called Project Athia, but finally has an official name, Forspoken. The title is being developed exclusively for the PlayStation 5, and a release date is yet to be announced, though Square Enix is aiming to launch it in spring 2022. It’s an action RPG with some fantasy elements and a heavy emphasis on fast, fluid traversal.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga — Q2 2022
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will be a marquee title in the franchise, with improved combat, and the ability to play any of the nine episodes in any order. In this game, you’ll have the ability to explore various planets and will even be able to engage in dogfights with enemy ships. Based on the scope for The Skywalker Saga, it’s understandable why his compellation has been in development for years. Sadly, it has suffered numerous delays, but it does seem like it will hit its Q2 2022 release window.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition — Q2 2022
Unlike Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was critically acclaimed when it launched in 2015. So much so, that it went on to win numerous awards and Game of the Year nods. As expected, CD Projekt Red will be releasing an enhanced version of the RPG for PS5, with improved visuals and lighting. Sadly, the team had to delay the new version of the game, likely due to the pandemic and other factors tied to Cyberpunk 2077’s development. Nonetheless, we’ll likely get to play the enhanced version of The Witcher 3 in the second quarter of 2022.
Marvel’s Midnight Suns — 2022
Firaxis Games is back again, this time with a new tactical RPG called Marvel’s Midnight Suns. In it, you take on the role of a new hero/heroine called The Hunter, with a completely customizable set of powers and moves. Though, you will still be able to control other popular characters such as Wolverine, Iron Man, Captain America, and Ghost Rider, among others. Marvel’s Midnight Suns will play similarly to XCOM, so if you love those types of turn-based tactics games, you should keep your eye out for this one. Sadly, this game was delayed from March to the second half of 2022.
Saints Row — August 23, 2022
The Saints Row series has been around for a while and with each subsequent entry, it has gotten crazier and crazier. Now, Volition is rebooting the series with a new game simply called Saints Row. Based on what we’ve seen from this game so far, it seems like it will still very much feel like Saints Row, but without all the wacky antics of going to space or hell. While this might be divisive to some, it’s a great way to have a fresh start, without the baggage from previous installments. Saints Row will feature a new southwestern-themed setting, along with brand new characters you’ve never seen before. Unfortunately, the game was delayed by a substantial amount, from February to August 2022.
A Plague Tale: Requiem — 2022
One of the most pleasant surprises from E3 2021 was the reveal of A Plague Tale: Requiem, the sequel to 2019’s A Plague Tale: Innocence. The first game focused on two siblings Amicia and Hugo as they try to survive the horrors of a rat-infested France. Both of those characters will return in the sequel, but this time will be much more equipped to take on enemies. It’ll lean into narrative, with an emphasis on stealth gameplay, just like the first game.
The Callisto Protocol — 2022
Seeing as the Dead Space franchise was dormant for nearly a decade, it was up to Striking Distance Studios to give us a spiritual successor to Visceral’s beloved horror series with The Callisto Protocol. This third-person survival horror game is — oddly enough — set in the PUBG universe, but it’s unclear how the two will be tied together. We do know it’ll send players to a space prison on Jupiter’s moon, Callisto — with the goal of surviving an alien invasion. It’s supposed to launch in 2022.
Ghostwire: Tokyo — 2022
Ghostwire: Tokyo re-imagines the popular city as a mysterious and supernatural place. Faceless enemies roam the streets, inexplicably toting umbrellas wherever they go, and players will engage in magical battles doled out from a first-person perspective. It’s a collaboration between Tango Gameworks (developers of The Evil Within) and Bethesda Softworks and will be exclusive to PlayStation 5. This is despite Microsoft now owning Bethesda. The strange title is expected to launch sometime in 2022 at an unspecified date.
God of War: Ragnarok
During the PS5’s reveal event, we got a tease for the sequel to 2018’s God of War. Now officially titled God of War: Ragnarok, we know it’ll be coming out sometime in 2022, as revealed during the September 2021 PlayStation Showcase. While there still are a slew of questions about Ragnarok, we do know it’ll feature Freya and Thor as antagonists, along with an older Atreus. The 2021 trailer for this game showed off some gameplay, along with some imagery of new locales. Here’s hoping it comes out closer to spring 2022 rather than fall.
Goodbye Volcano High — 2022
A cinematic narrative, Goodbye Volcano High revolves around a group of teenage dinosaurs who are in their last year of high school. The hand-painted art direction looks beautiful, and the team behind the title wants the experience to be akin to “binging your favorite TV show.” Goodbye Volcano High will also employ some unique tricks with the DualSense controller, and the entire game is backed up by a soundtrack designed by Dabu — the audio director behind Winding Worlds.
Gotham Knights — 2022
The latest game from WB Games Montreal is Gotham Knights, a cooperative action RPG featuring Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin, and Red Hood. You’ll notice Batman is not mentioned, and that’s because, in this game, he’s dead (apparently), sending you on a journey as the many members of the Bat-family. Each character will feature their own unique abilities and playstyles, allowing for some interesting and dynamic gameplay elements. It’s set to launch sometime in 2022.
Hogwarts Legacy — 2022
Finally, after years following its initial leak, we received confirmation of the upcoming Harry Potter RPG titled Hogwarts Legacy. It’s set in the 1800s and is an open-world action RPG, where you’ll get to attend Hogwarts and explore the wizarding world. You can expect to be sorted into your Hogwarts House and take classes while also improving your abilities as you level up your character. Hogwarts Legacy is being developed by Avalanche Studios and will release sometime in 2022 following a delay from its original 2021 window.
Little Devil Inside — 2022
Little Devil Inside is a new game from Neostream Interactive. This survival RPG made a splash during The Future of Gaming presentation, as its beautiful art style quickly set it apart from the crowd. Beyond graphics, the third-person action seems to be shaping up nicely, and the trailer features some remarkable monster designs. We’re not sure how the story will unfold — the trailer kept cutting back and forth between an old man in his home and an adventurer slaying beasts — but we can’t wait to get our hands on it.
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum was one of the first games confirmed for a PS5 release. In development at German studio Daedalic Entertainment, the game occurs before the events of the titular books and will focus on Gollum and the ongoing conflict in his head. It will be an action-adventure game with stealth elements, and Gollum won’t look like he does in the Peter Jackson movies. It also won’t be going for a hyper-realistic art style, unlike the recent Mordor games from Warner Bros. The Lord of the Rings: Gollum was delayed to 2022 to ensure it meets expectations.
Metal: Hellsinger — 2022
We never knew we needed it, but this rhythm-shooter mashup looks like an absolute blast. It seems to be an FPS version of Crypt of the Necrodancer, one of the best indie games in recent memory. If you don’t like heavy metal music, then this certainly isn’t for you — all the brutal action we’ve seen so far has been backed by a blistering, hardcore soundtrack. But if you ever found yourself wishing that Doom featured more synchronized shootouts, then Metal: Hellsinger is just what the doctor ordered. It’ll be landing on the PlayStation 5 sometime in 2022.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League — 2022
British developer Rocksteady Studios, the team behind the acclaimed Batman: Arkham series, is working on a new game called Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Much like Gotham Knights, this game will also emphasize cooperative play, allowing you to take on the roles of Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark. It’s set in the Arkham universe from the previous games and sends players on a mission to take out Brainiac, an evil villain who uses his mind control powers to control Justice League members such as Superman.
Star Ocean: The Divine Force — 2022
As announced during Sony’s October 2021 State of Play event, Star Ocean: The Divine Force will launch for PS5 sometime in 2022. This long-running JRPG series will finally make its way to modern consoles after a six-year gap. The Divine Force will star two lead characters, Raymond and Laeticia, and the events of the story will unfold differently depending on who you play as. This is a niche title, but one with a die-hard fan base.
Starfield — November 11, 2022
Bethesda Game Studios’ next major project is a new franchise — its first in two decades. It’s called Starfield, and there’s a tremendous amount of hype behind it. Bethesda has revealed just as little about the game as it has The Elder Scrolls VI, but it will involve outer space. A teaser shown at E3 2018 included a satellite floating near a black hole. Bethesda has also confirmed that Starfield will be a single-player game, building on the studio’s tradition in keeping most of its games to only one person. Bethesda hasn’t shown off much of Starfield yet, so there are a lot of questions we have about it.
Black Myth: Wukong — 2023
One of our most-anticipated games of 2023 is Black Myth: Wukong, a Souls-like from Chinese studio Game Science. In it, you play as a monkey who has the ability to turn into different creatures, which is a fun twist on the Souls formula. Considering the small size of the studio, it’s impressive just how good this game looks. Sadly, we’ll have to wait a while to play it, as it won’t be ready until at least 2023.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 — 2023
During the 2021 PlayStation Showcase, Sony finally revealed Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, the follow-up to one of 2018’s best games. We knew it was inevitable there would be a sequel, but it was nice to finally receive some confirmation of this. Sadly, this game isn’t going to launch until 2023, but there’s a lot to be excited about based on the announcement trailer. For one, we know Miles Morales will fight alongside Peter Parker.
It’s unclear how this will work, though — if we’ll get to play as one or the other, or both — but either way, we’ll be in for a good time. We also know Venom will make an appearance, as shown in the trailer, but fans also pointed out that Kraven the Hunter will likely play a part, as well. The character can be heard narrating the trailer. It’ll be a while before Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is ready to play, but judging by this list, there’s no shortage of games to play in the meantime.
Payday 3 — 2023
Since Payday 3 is still far from complete, there isn’t much we know about it. Developer Overkill Software did confirm it will take place in a “living, enormous representation” of New York City, taking place after the events of Payday 2. Even though gameplay hasn’t been revealed, you can likely expect the same fantastic first-person shooter gameplay, with an emphasis on gathering as much loot as you can. There’s a random element to Payday, which will hopefully result in various level layouts and spawns across each heist.
Games with no release windows
Dead Island 2
It’s wild to think Dead Island 2 was announced in 2014. Since then, it has undergone numerous developers, including Yager, then Sumo Digital, and now Dambuster Studios under publisher Deep Silver. It’s apparently still in development, but obviously, something has gone wrong since its announcement seven years ago. At this point, not much is known about the project, but its publisher assures us it’s still coming. We wouldn’t be surprised if this game never sees the light of day.
Serving as a remake of the 2008 original, Dead Space is currently in development by EA Motive. Not only will it be a faithful retelling of the events of the original game, but it will be presented as a continuous, uninterrupted shot, just like 2018’s God of War. The Dead Space remake is still early in development, so it’s unlikely we’ll get our hands on it anytime soon. But it’s nonetheless exciting to know it’s on the way — whenever it comes out.
Dragon Age 4
While not much is known about the next Dragon Age game (often referred to as Dragon Age 4), we do know it will be a single-player RPG from developer BioWare, the team responsible for the previous installments in the series. It’s being developed concurrently alongside the new Mass Effect game and does not have a release date, though if we had to guess, we’d say to expect it in 2022 or 2023 at the earliest.
A narrative-driven adventure set in America during the 2030s, Dustborn follows a “band of misfits and outcasts” as they travel across the country to deliver a mysterious package. You’ll take direct control of Pax, an ex-con with superhuman powers who must navigate a world filled with misinformation. It looks to be an innovative new adventure game, and anyone interested in powerful storytelling is advised to give it a look. Dustborn is scheduled for a 2021 release.
The Elder Scrolls VI
A game that is probably still several years away, Bethesda officially confirmed The Elder Scrolls VI at E3 2018 and has said essentially nothing about the game since then. It isn’t Bethesda Game Studios’ next project — more on that in a moment — but it will likely be a full-fledged single-player role-playing game like the series is known for. New technology should help to give it a new dose of life, especially compared to 2011’s aging Skyrim, and gaming grandmother Shirley Curry will appear as a character in the game. It could be a few years away or nearly a decade, and Bethesda has never been one to rush its flagship games out before they’re ready. We wouldn’t expect this one until at least 2024.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2
Serving as a continuation of the acclaimed Final Fantasy VII Remake, much of part 2‘s development remains a mystery. We do know it’s in the works, and it will be directed by Naoki Hamaguchi, who was the co-director of the first installment. As you might be aware, Final Fantasy VII Remake only covers a small portion of the original game, so there’s still a lot of the story left to tell. It’s unclear when it will launch or how much of the story it will cover, but what is clear is that fans are as excited as ever to continue Cloud’s journey. At least we have Intergrade to hold us over until Remake Part 2. Perhaps we’ll learn more at The Game Awards 2021.
Final Fantasy XVI
The PS5 showcase on September 16, 2020, kicked off with the reveal of Final Fantasy XVI, and it looks to be more fantasy-driven than its predecessor. On top of that, it will be a PS5 console exclusive, meaning you’ll have to get a PS5 if you plan on playing it outside of the PC ecosystem. It’s unclear when we’ll get to play Final Fantasy XVI or other story details about it, but it certainly looks jaw-dropping in the visual department. It’s been a while since we’ve seen footage of this game, so it’s likely we’ll get an update soon. At the end of 2021, Final Fantasy XVI producer Naoki Yoshida revealed the game is behind schedule and has been delayed by “almost a half year,” due to COVID complications.
Cult classic RPG Gothic is getting a complete remake for the PlayStation 5. We don’t know much about the title, but we do know that THQ Nordic opened a new studio to work solely on this project. A playable teaser is available on PC, and it looks to be shaping up nicely. Let’s hope it gets the attention it deserves and Gothic fans get the game they’ve wanted for years.
Here’s an interesting one: MachineGames, the studio behind the newer Wolfenstein series, is working on an untitled Indiana Jones game in collaboration with publisher Bethesda under the Lucasfilm Games umbrella. Todd Howard is set to executive produce, but aside from a short 30-second teaser trailer, there’s not much we know about this one. It will be interesting to see if it will be presented in third, as MachineGames has exclusively worked on first-person shooters.
One of the greatest surprises during the 2021 PlayStation Showcase was the reveal of Marvel’s Wolverine, a project in development by Insomniac Games. That’s right, the studio is juggling Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and this game simultaneously, which just goes to show how impressive the team is. This one is even earlier in development than Spider-Man 2, and doesn’t have a release window just yet. It’s unclear if it will tie to the Spider-Man games, or if it will be its own separate story — though, we’re inclined to believe they’ll be connected. The reveal trailer doesn’t give us a glimpse of gameplay, but we can probably expect it to be a third-person action-adventure, with a large open world to explore. What we do know is that you’ll need a PS5 to play this one when it comes out.
While the developers say that everything is going well with Quantum Error, it’s still up in the air whether it will be a launch title. The ‘cosmic horror shooter’ is hoping to prove that zombies never go out of style and features one of the most robust physics systems the industry has seen. It’s scheduled to release at an unspecified date.
Untitled Mass Effect game
While it’s still very early in development, we do know a new Mass Effect game is coming from BioWare. Following its official reveal at The Game Awards 2020, there is a slew of questions fans have about the project — most importantly, how it will tie to the original trilogy. In the trailer, we got to see Liara, one of the main characters from the original trilogy, though it’s unclear when in the timeline this new game will take place and what this character’s role will be. There are lots of questions the community has, but one thing’s for sure: You shouldn’t expect to play this one for quite some time — possibly as late as 2024.
Coming from Hitman developer IO Interactive, the team is now working on a James Bond game under the working title Project 007. It will be an original story with a new Bond character, divorced from any of the likenesses of previous actors. The team expects this to be part of a trilogy of games, though not much else is known about the project(s). Much like a lot of the games on this list, Project 007 likely won’t launch for a few years.
Project Eve is a new action game from developer Shift Up Corporation. It’s reminiscent of Bayonetta, with action at the forefront. It will feature a free flow combat system wherein you must attack, dodge, and defend, making split second decisions on the fly. Project Eve will include DualSense features such as haptic feedback that will increase the immersion. This one has been in development for a while now, so we’re hoping it’s ready to launch sometime in 2022.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake
Kicking off the 2021 PlayStation Showcase was the announcement of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake. It’s still very early in development and will likely be a while before it’s ready to launch. The original Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic launched for Xbox in 2003 and was developed by BioWare, the team behind Mass Effect and Dragon Age. The remake is being handled by Aspyr, the studio that developed remasters of Star Wars: Episode I – Racer, Star Wars: Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy, and Star Wars: Republic Commando. Interestingly, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake will be a PS5 timed console exclusive, though it’s unclear for how long.
Untitled Ubisoft Star Wars game
Now that EA’s exclusive Star Wars deal has expired, other companies — such as Ubisoft — are free to work on games within the beloved franchise. We know Ubisoft Massive is now developing an open-world Star Wars game under the Lucasfilm Games umbrella. This will be the first Star Wars game published by a company other than EA since 2013. It’s unknown when it’ll launch, but our guess is 2024.
Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines 2
It’s been 16 long years since we last walked the vampire-ridden streets of Bloodlines, and we can’t wait to see how much has changed during that time. Recent footage of the game displayed more chaos, a grittier Seattle locale, and a deep, branching storyline. Unfortunately, the game suffered a recent delay, pushing it to an unknown release window.
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