Sony’s next-gen gaming console PS5 is set to launch at the end on 2020 and gamers are curious which titles will hit the PS5. On June 11, Sony revealed the tons of PS5 confirmed games in their official reveal event including FIFA 21 and Madden 21. The upcoming gaming machine would be compatible with most of the PS4 games but new titles are a hot topic currently. To satisfy your curiosity regarding confirmed PS5 games we are here with our compiled list of confirmed and expected PS5 titles.
In the official reveal event, Sony didn’t disclose the price of the upcoming console but they revealed 26 titles from both first-party and third-party studios. Here you can check all the announced titles along with confirmed once till the date. We will update our list whenever new announcements will take place.
PS5 Games – All the confirmed PS5 games
Recently Sony invested in Epic Games so we decided to put Fortnite list on the top. In May 2020 Fortnite was confirmed for PS5 and the battle royale title will be available at the launch. Somewhere in 2021, Fortnite will migrate to the Unreal engine.
Good news for football game lovers! FIFA 21 is coming to PS5 with improved loading time and the wise use of smart sense controller’s haptic feedback attire. Electronic Arts also making significant changes for a better gaming experience.
3.Grand Theft Auto 5
In the June 11 event, Sony showcased the GTA 5 trailer and revealed that the upgraded version of GTA 5 will hit the PS5 in 2021. If you own a PS4 variant of GTA 5 then you are lucky enough as you will get the PS 5 version for free.
EA confirmed that Battlefield 6 is coming to PS5. Not only PS5 users but also those who own Xbox series X will enjoy Battlefield 6 in 2021. Developers are working on the new innovations that are required for next-gen gaming consoles.
CD Projekt Red has confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 is making its way to PS5. Many mods for this game are expected to come with it as well. Users who are playing the PS4 version of Cyberpunk 2077 will be able to enjoy the PS5 variant as the consoled will launch via backward compatibility.
Also, the designer affirmed on Twitter that a “later move up to Cyberpunk 2077, exploiting the cutting edge equipment, will be accessible for nothing” at some point after dispatch.
6.Demon’s Souls (PS5 exclusive)
It’s been over a long time since Demon’s Souls disappointed us continually on PS3, and its mercilessly troublesome battle is back for the PS5 dispatch window. It’s being developed from the beginning Japan Studio and Bluepoint Games. You know, just on the off chance that you didn’t think 2020 was hard enough, this exemplary will make you need to toss that spic and span PS5 DualSense controller over the room out of frustration. Welcome to the unremitting experimentation battle!
7.Dying Light 2
In E3 2019 the developers of Dying Light have confirmed that Dying Light 2 is ready to hit the upcoming gaming console of Sony.