All the PS5 games announced during Sony’s September showcase

All the PS5 games announced during Sony's September showcase

Sony did quite a number in today’s digital showcase for the upcoming PS5 games confirmed for its November release.

Some of the PS5 games announced have long been confirmed, although there were a few that caught the viewers by surprise. While others had lengthy gameplay trailers that showcased its great graphic-ability ran with the PlayStation 5 engine.

Generally speaking, the digital event was a big success at its viewers peaked at more than one million throughout the whole live stream. Of course, many were hoping to catch the PS5 price and official release date dropped, which Sony finally did.

“Final Fantasy XVI”

The first game to be featured was Final Fantasy XVI. Square Enix dropped the announcement trailer revealing a new entry to its Final Fantasy franchise. The release date wasn’t unveiled but Square Enix did say that its next big reveal will still be in 2021.

It’ll still be a big wait, it’ll be all worth it as promised by Hiroshi Takai, the Final Fantasy XVI director.

“Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales”

The Spiderman game sequel has long been confirmed to be a PlayStation 5 AAA title. What fans were blessed with during the PS5 showcase is a hefty gameplay preview right from the PS5 engine itself.

Just as expected, the game’s graphics are crisp to the last pixel. Aside from the 7-minute gameplay trailer reveal, Sony announced that the game’s Ultimate Edition will include a voucher code for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered

“Hogwart’s Legacy”

Hogwart’s Legacy is every Potterhead’s dream come true in 4K resolution. It will not be a PS5 exclusive, as it is set to come out to the Xbox Series X and PC as well sometime in 2021.

“Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War”

Activision’s Call of Duty 2020 title was a fresh reveal itself, after months of intensive speculations. Raven Software showcase a meaty four-minute gameplay preview of the game’s single-campaign story.

“Resident Evil Village”

Capcom is set to release its latest “next-gen take on the zombie apocalypse” in 2021, for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC.


Deathloop is published by Bethesda Softworks and developed by Arkane Studios. It is set for a Q2 2021 release.

Polygon describes the game as looking like a “cross between Hitman and Dishonored.” All the while, however, you can’t shake off that Looper movie vibe.

“Devil May Cry 5”

Devil May Cry 5 Special Editon is another Capcom title revealed on Thursday’s showcase. It is set to launch on the same day as the PS5 console, with a retail price of US$39.99.

“Oddworld: Soulstorm”

Oddworld: Soulstorm is a platform game. The story will be pick up from its predecessors; Continue the story from Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty! in 2014, and a reimagination of its more classic title the 1998 Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus.

“Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach”

Fazbear Entertainment has taken the scary Pizza place into a whole new different classy style with Freddy Fazbear’s Mega Pizza Plex.

There’s been no news on its release date yet, but what we do know is that it is going to be a PlayStation exclusive title.

“Demon’s Souls”

The Dark Souls predecessor, Demon’s Soulswill have its remake version exclusively for the PS5, as confirmed by Sony to KotakuThis was after there was a bit of confusion on the game trailer where it said it will be able on PC as well.


The loved Battle Royale Epic Games title, Fortnite, is officially coming to the PlayStation 5 on the day of the launch. Although this has already been confirmed a while back now.

After showcasing all the PS5 games, Sony revealed its event closing surprise—a new God of War title sequel with the teasing phrase saying, “Ragnarok is coming.”


Featured image courtesy of PlayStation/YouTube Screenshot

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