The Future of Gaming event from Sony has just ended and we’ve gathered the most important info for you. Here you go:
- Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is probably already in development, but first we will get another Spider-Man game from Insomniac Games — a spin-off called Miles Morales.
- The All In! Games publisher and the PolyAmorous studio showed the gameplay trailer of Paradise Lost — an adventure in a world where World War II lasted 20 years and ended with a nuclear attack.
- We won’t be left without the Sony main racing series — the corporation introduced the Gran Turismo 7 together with Polyphony Digital. Details and the release date will be known later.
- IO Interactive announced Hitman 3 — the last part of the trilogy. The stealth action release is scheduled for January 2021.
- Another exclusive PlayStation 5 from Insomniac Games is Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. We can’t help but notice that the picture looks very beautiful!
- PlayStation 5 will get the LittleBigPlanet spin-off called Sackboy: A Big Adventure from Sumo Digital. The creators promise an exciting and expressive control system and a cooperative, apparently for four people.
- Tango Gameworks Studio and the legendary game-designer Shinji Mikami presented the debut gameplay trailer of GhostWire: Tokyo, which was announced last year. Looks absolutely badass.
- So, those rumors that Bluepoint Games is preparing the Demon’s Souls remake are now fact! The game will appear on PlayStation 5. SIE Japan Studio is also involved in development.
- Another rumor has been confirmed — Resident Evil 8 does have the subtitle Village. Judging by the debut trailer, Chris Redfield will really be a controversial character this time. The game will see the light of day in 2021.
- A third rumor turns into reality. Guerrilla Games announced the sequel Horizon: Zero Dawn called Horizon: Forbidden West. In this new adventure, Eloy will travel westward to meet new people and explore uncharted locations.
- Sony showed the appearance of PlayStation 5 at the end of its presentation. Also they announced the second version of the console — PS5 Digital Edition. It has no drive for physical disks. Prices are not yet specified.
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