Could some announced PS4 game transition to PS5?
Since the discussion in the next generation continues to focus on what we can expect from PS5 and Next-Xbox, the new report suggests that Sony's first party efforts are now largely focused on PS5.
Of course, we still have three big, announced first games to come to the PS4, but if Sony doubled the efforts of the next generation, could these games make a jump on the next gen.
We decided to look at what the first and third game games we already know are developing for the PS4 probably already in PS5 production (perhaps cross-gen, or with efforts just for the next generation). ), even if we are not necessarily in a hurry for the next generation Sony console.
The last of us is part 2. T
One of Sony's three announced PS4 front-runners without a window release, The Last of Us Part 2 seems to be the most likely candidate to jump on PS5. We've seen only a small part of the game, and we know that this year, Naughty Dog hired a number of positions to work on designing the expected sequel. And with the weight of expectations behind it, this is a Sony that does not want to run through the door.
Original The last of us is still one of the most celebrated games of the last generation and is still the main reference point for the true way to apologize to the story in a large video game budget. will want to release when it's ready, not the one who has to hurl to hit the keystroke window.
Another of Sony's announced but worthy first games, Sucker Punch's Ghost of Tsushima got a complete discovery of the E3 2018, but besides the announcement announced earlier, Infamous developer's next title is wrapped in a secret. It certainly looks like another game Sony is ready to show when it's ready, instead of constantly promoting it to the point of surprise.
Ghost Ghost certainly looks ambitious. Its E3 displays dazzled a wonderful world, one that will likely benefit from any technical upgrades and stability coming from the next generation of hardware. Sucker Punch has largely been silent since Infamous Second Son and First Light debuted early in the PS4 lifecycle, and although it would be nice to see a developer who came in a full circle with a later release, Ghost could be an impressive example of how wonderful games can be look at PS5.
And while thinking about the spirit and the last of us, part 2 could make a leap, we think that the death fever could definitely make its own home on the PS4. Knowing that Kojima showed Guerrilla Games, Guillermo Del Toro expects to see the game in 2017/2018. For years and other allegedly reported progress reports, we assume Hideo Koji's latest appear before the next PlayStation console.
The early E3 display Cyberpunk 2077 had almost everyone to accept CD Projekt Red's layered, thick and varied adventure of the open world, to be the title of the next generation, but the developer at that time said he wanted to run it on current genes. .
Even with the official word that came to us last year, Cyberpunk seems to be a big leap for PS5. Depending on how long the CD Project Order continues to develop Cyberpunk – and it does not seem to be in a hurry – it may make sense to focus, or even turn, to the most powerful hardware. After all, Cyberpunk is also developing for PCs.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake
Final Fantasy 7 Remake does not come this generation. Although announced in 2015, there has been a shift in development that has returned the project. Director Tetsuya Nomura told IGN at E3 2018 that his focus was so much on Kingdom Hearts 3 lately, pushing Final Fantasy 7 back-burner.
Considering everything we know about its development, the FF7 Remake absolutely does not come until at least PS5. The only question is, really, whether it will be pushed on PS6 (2027 is not so far away).
Above Good and Evil 2
Ubisoft is very transparent with the development cycle of Beyond Good & Evil 2 after his E3 2017 announcement. Thanks to live streams and various developmental changes, we know that BG & E2 is progressing, but with its huge ambition and beta targeting for the end of 2019, the release date before the late 2020 seems unlikely. Given this time frame, our best prerequisites for publishing new consoles and clear technical efforts to continue the cult classic, it makes sense to develop on the next generation of consoles.
Announced with a short trailer on the E3 2018, Sony's exclusive Nioh franchise has been restored to … something. And when the window closes in the PS4 lifecycle, why not keep exclusive devices playing on a smaller, but dedicated part of the installation base to give them the boost to PS5? We have seen nothing other than Nio 2 beyond that announcement and its putting into the PS5 launch library could be exclusively exclusive to lure new customers.
Square Enix and Marvel Games were extremely silent about this title that has such a great potential for connecting. While other releases Marvel Games debuted and announced (Marvel Spider-Man and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3), The Avengers Project is still unknown quantity.
And if Marvel and Square are ready to give the time when this massive franchise needs, it makes sense to push that title into the next generation. Not only will these consoles give a huge, licensed name for early-stage work, but provide enough distance from the pop-cult juggernauts that are the Atonement of the Infinite War and Endgame.
Older Spades VI / Starfield
We already know that Bethesdini is an ambitious RPG developing world for "next generation" hardware, but they wanted to repeat it. Bethesda's RPGs will surely be able to take advantage of the next generation of hardware, but it will be interesting to see if Bethesda is pushing the world of magnitude versus the densities of gaming capabilities within them.
For more information about upcoming major games without a release date, see the gallery below for 12 of the largest, announced games that we do not know for sure when they're coming.
Jonathon Dornbush is the IGN News Editor, PlayStation Leader and Weekly PlayStation IGN Leader! Talk to him about what you hope to play on PS5 and other future space systems on Twitter @jmdornbush.