Take your pick.
We now know that Sony will reveal the PlayStation 5’s first selection of games on 4th June, during its Future of Gaming livestream event. Coronavirus has forced it to reveal its hand as part of a State of Play-esque broadcast, as opposed to its typical PlayStation Meeting stage show. That means that it will have the opportunity to curate a playlist of trailers and gameplay demos for a selection of next-gen titles, and the debate is rumbling regarding what they could include.
We don’t believe everything listed in this article will make the final cut, but speculation suggests there will be a “significant” selection of software – although it sounds like some publishers may prefer to reveal titles during their own livestreams. We’ve included several third-party titles as part of this article, then, but only ones we believe the Japanese giant may have acquired marketing rights for. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla won’t appear, for example, because it’s tied up with Xbox Series X.
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