Sony’s PS5 event gave us a first look at the PlayStation 5 hardware with impressive new gameplay trailers showing off insane visuals. We all got to catch a glimpse of the new PS Console alongside a list of 26 games that has been confirmed to be compatible with the PS5 Game. It was called the “Future of Gaming”.
PS 5 Console
Sony took a stylish approach to the new PlayStation 5 console, stepping away from the familiar carbon black color scheme of the PlayStation 4 to a bolder yet clean arctic white casing with blue accent lights. It’s a look that may put some off at first, but give it some time and it’ll grow on you. Besides, we’re pretty sure it’s only a matter of time before we see this thing in the classic black finish we all know and love.
Sony’s event revealed that the Playstation 5 console will be available in two versions: a completely digital version and a standard version with a disc drive.
The hour-long stream gave us a first look into the PlayStation 5 hardware, games and features we can expect to see with the launch of the PS5 and PlayStation fans everywhere can rest assured that the wait was worth it.
Sony’s PS5 event showed off a great mix of hardware and game trailers, with screen time weighing more towards the reveal of next-gen gameplay trailers and footage.
PS 5 DualSense Controller
We also got a good glimpse of Sony’s new DualSense controller, with insight into some of the new features being implement in the DualShock 4 replacement. Haptic feedback, built-in microphone, more ergonomic design, and shape, the DualSense is shaping up to be a top contender of the best controller for the next-gen console battle.
Play Station 5 Games Revealed
Sony event also gave us a great idea of what to expect visually from some of the most highly anticipated PS5 games slated to release through the next couple of years, with some seriously impressive graphics being shown off on some of the PS5’s exclusive launch titles.
Some of the games listed or revealed at the event yesterday are:
- Spider-Man: Miles Morales (Release Date: 2020)
- Gran Turismo 7 (Release Date: TBD)
- Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart (Release Date: TBD)
- Project Athia (Release Date: TBD)
- Stray (Release Date: 2021)
- Returnal (Release Date: TBD)
- Sackboy: A Big Adventure (Release Date: 2020)
- Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Release Date: 2020)
- Oddworld: Soulstorm (Release Date: 2020)
- GhostWire Tokyo (Release Date: 2021)
- Godfall (Release Date: 2020)
- Solar Ash (Release Date: 2021)
- Hitman III (Release Date: 2021)
- Astro Bot (Release Date: TBD)
- Little Devil Inside (Release Date: 2020)
- NBA 2K21 (Release Date: 2020)
- Bugsnax (Release Date: 2020)
- Deathloop (Release Date: 2020)
- Resident Evil: Village (Release Date: 2021)
- Pragmata (Release Date: 2022)
- Horizon: Forbidden West (Release Date: TBD)
- Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced (Release Date: 2021)
We will keep you updated on the turn of events as they unfold in the future and also when the official price and pre-order link gets released.
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