All Confirmed Games For PlayStation 5

PS5 Gamepur

Although the next PlayStation will be arriving a year from now, the games coming for the next-gen console have already started popping up. From the recent news talking about PS5's specifications, it is clear that the console is going to pack massive horsepower capable of running games featuring next-gen graphical tech. However, there aren't a lot of titles confirmed for the PS5, but slowly they are making up the list. Apart from a short list of confirmed PS5 games, we also have some games that are speculated to be arriving on the next PlayStation.


The trailer for Godfall was revealed at The Game Awards 2019. From the cinematic trailer, it looks like Godfall showcases fantasy-loaded armor and swords. Not a lot has been revealed about Godfall, except that the game is going to be on the PS5. It will also be interesting to see how Gearbox manages a hack and slash game since the developer hasn't made such a game before.

Watch Dogs: Legion

Watch Dogs: Legion was announced at E3 2019 and was confirmed to release in March 2020. However, the game has been now delayed into the next financial year, which means that a release will come anywhere between April 2020 to March 2021. Earlier this month, Ubisoft's CEO Yves Guillemot confirmed that Watch Dogs: Legion will also launch on the next PlayStation platform.

Gods & Monsters

Just like Watch Dogs: Legion, Ubisoft announced that Gods & Monsters will be launching on the PS4 in early 2020. However, the game has now been delayed into the next financial year. Recently, it was also confirmed that Gods & Monsters will also be launching on the PS5.

Rainbow Six Quarantine

Rainbow Six Quarantine was first revealed during Ubisoft's E3 2019 press conference. The game never got release date confirmation, but has been delayed into the next financial year 2020-2021. Owing to this delay, Ubisoft's CEO Yves Guillemot has confirmed that the game will also be launching on next-gen consoles. Noticing a trend here?

Speculated PS5 Launches

Death Stranding

Neither Sony nor Hideo Kojima has spoken anything about Death Stranding coming to the PS5. The game was originally launched on the PS4, but in an interview with Wired, Sony made a hint that the title may also release on the PS5.

Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt Red has yet to speak whether or not its upcoming title is going to see a PS5 release. Last year, in an interview with VG247, CD Projekt Red revealed that Cyberpunk 2077 will work with future gaming technology. Given this claim, the game could possibly release on the PS5 to utilize all that extra horsepower.

Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima is one of the most anticipated games on the PS4. The latest trailer for the game was revealed at The Game Awards 2019, confirming that we will finally be playing it in Summer 2020. This means the game will launch before the PS5 releases. However, we wouldn't be surprised to see a PS5 launch, given how beautiful the game looks.

The Last of Us: Part 2

The Last of Us: Part 2 is set to release on May 29, which is much earlier than PS5's launch. However, one can safely assume that all Sony exclusives releasing in 2020 will likely launch on the PS5 as well. It would also be quite odd if Sony launched the most anticipated sequel on PS4 alone since the console itself is coming to the end of its life cycle.


Control launched on the current generation consoles back in August this year. However, Remedy's recent interview with PlayStation Magazine revealed that the developer is looking at amping up the graphics for the PS5. Given that the game already supports RayTracing technology, we wouldn't be surprised to see Control re-releasing on next-gen consoles and showing off the latest graphics tech.


Given that certain exclusive Sony titles could be receiving sequels, games like Horizon Zero Dawn 2, God of War 2 and Gran Turismo may also witness a launch on the PS5.

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