PS5 September Event Highlights
- THE BIG ONE: $499 for physical and $399 for digital, launching November 12th in major regions and November 19th for the rest of the world
- Opening strong with a new Final Fantasy title, Final Fantasy XVI! Exclusive to PS5!
- Spider-Man: Miles Morales gameplay up next! Amazing detail and ray tracing seems to be in full effect with the lighting on display. Story begins one year after the last game.Gameplay looks more slick than ever, with new gadgets and more destructable environments.
- We’re seeing our first look at the long-rumored Harry Potter game. Hogwarts Legacy is coming in 2021!
- Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War gameplay up next. Some interesting new mechanics around grabbing enemies and using them as shields. Showing off some gadgets as well. Multiplayer alpha begins Friday on PS4!
- Resident Evil Village gameplay next. The new approach still feels like Resident Evil, but the new and terrifying creatures and setting make it feel incredibly unique. Feels like Resident Evil 4’s shift to a new look and feel. Coming 2021.
- New Deathloop footage is sleek and beautiful, with plenty of options for gameplay as one would expect from the Dishonored developers. You can make changes to the beginning of the loop that have ripple effects across the rest of the loop. Coming in Q2 2021 and exclusive to PS5.
- Oddworld Soulstorm gets a new trailer. Looks to be true to the series, with plenty of bigger environments with PS5’s power in the mix.
- Five Nights at Freddy’s Security Breach teased!
- Demon’s Souls remake gameplay looks true to the original, but with stunning graphics and frame rate.
- Fortnite available at Launch for PS5!
- New PS+ Benefit coming to PS5 is the PlayStation Plus Collection which allows you to download and play PS4 games at launch if you’re a subscriber!
- God of War teased with a 2021 release date. Nothing but a teaser, sadly
With Microsoft’s details out of the bag, it was only a matter of time before Sony made their move. Now we know when they plan to spill the rest of the beans: Wednesday, September 16th, 2020 at 1PM PT / 4PM ET is the big event!
At this point, they have to reveal the final release date and price, so anything else on top of that is just a bonus. Our insider sources agree something big is coming but Sony is keeping things very tight lipped. One of our sources, who may or may not work at Playstation 😉 is betting the pricing will be $399 and $499. Do you agree? One things is for sure we are in store for some big reveals! As it turns out, not even PlayStation’s Senior Manager of Sound Design has seen everything Sony plans to announce. Could be huge!
Check out his tweet below, and Bookmark this page for our full coverage!
Me too. We don’t get to see everything so I’m sure I’ll be surprised too!
— Jeremie Voillot 🎧 (@jeremievoillot) September 12, 2020