After months of silence, Sony is finally revealing everything you need to know about the PlayStation 5, including the games to come. There are sure to be many surprises. So, be sure to follow Kotaku Australia’s live blog to keep up with all that has been announced.
Okay guys, let’s go – it’s live blog time.
Final Fantasy XVI announced
The first trailer opens with soldiers on the battlefield riding chocobos and an epic battle against eldritch horror. This is Final Fantasy to you.
What follows is a montage of classic monster battles, ancient unfathomable power, and the birth of a truly terrifying looking Ifrit.
This is Final Fantasy XVI, an exclusive PlayStation console and the next game in the epic franchise.
We’re getting a brand new look at Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Problems are brewing in this new trailer. While Miles’ mother holds a political rally, the hobbyist’s forces attack. You’re looking for some mysterious material (presumably to create mayhem) and it’s up to Miles to save the day.
In an epic battle, he faces the hobbyist’s forces directly and disrupts their evil plans.
He shows off some epic melee moves, lightning-based quick attacks, and the classic Spidey sense.
It’s epic stuff and even features a pretty standard express bus rescue scene. It really wouldn’t be Spider Man At least without getting out.
The release date of Holiday 2020 is still set.
Hogwarts: Legacy finally announced
The Harry Potter RPG, one of the gaming’s worst-kept secrets, is real People.
Set in the late 19th century, it allows you to unlock new magical powers, meet friends, battle trolls and take on the proto-death eaters.
The trailer was incredibly eye-catching and featured dragons, epic battles, and an impressive score that made me a little weep.
It’s coming in 2021.
There’s a brand new trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
PlayStation has introduced a brand new look Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War the truth is call of Duty Fashion. You are in Turkey, it is raining and there are “bad guys” that you have to face.
After a failed assassination attempt, you’ll end up on the run of your life, avoiding enemy fire and piloting a tiny drone to safety.
As you’d expect, it’s high-octane stuff that’s filled with more explosions than you can poke with a stick.
It’s coming on vacation 2020.
A multiplayer alpha will launch exclusively on PlayStatation 4 on September 18th if you want to get in.
A brand new look at Resident Evil: Village teases a creepy forest
A brand new trailer for Resident Evil: Village begins with a creepy tale by an old woman (the scariest horror villains we know).
In one Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsThe trailer tells of a young girl who disappears in a mysterious forest and gets lost.
It’s coming in 2021.
Deathloop’s latest trailer shows a retro spy world
A stylish trailer for Death loop shows a spy thriller and soundtrack with a strong 60s James Bond Mood. It has a retro look and an intriguing premise that sets it apart as darn unique.
As the game’s cunning, complex protagonist says, “To break the loop, I have to break the rules.”
I am everything for this action adventure. It looks like prey with a touch of time travel and chic of the 1960s.
Coming in the second quarter of 2021, it is a PlayStation exclusive.
Devil May Cry 5 is getting a special edition for PlayStation 5
Let me tell you i panted.
This special edition of The devil can cry 5 lets you take over the reign of Virgil. He sat out most of the original game in Emo Boy V’s body, but this time it’s his turn in the saddle.
The trailer didn’t seem to show a ton of new footage, but it did show Virgil’s sick movements.
It will be available on PlayStation 5 at launch.
Oddworld: Soulstorm is getting a whimsical new trailer
Oddworld is looking for hot in the next generation. In this new trailer, Abe leads a series of suppressed creatures through an underground world.
It’s short and very cute.
Five nights at Freddy’s: Security Breaches shows a creepy girl
“It was such a difficult day for all of us,” says the creepy girl of the narration for this mysterious new trailer.
The protagonist Greggory doesn’t like it. I do not like it.
It looks like we are all in a terrible time.
Demon’s Souls: Remastered gets a striking new look
This new trailer for Demon Souls: Remastered shows the classic game in glossy HD.
It looks really stunning and has all of the stylish medieval fighting you could want.
We take a close look at a giant troll, giant shielded warrior, spider, dragon, and more classic Eldritch beasts. They’ve all received a shiny facelift and look appropriately terrifying.
Fortnite is launching on PS5
PlayStation Plus is getting a PS5 upgrade
The sizzling role for this service featured a number of PlayStation epics, including The last of us, Ratchet and Clink, Persona 5 Uncharted, Until Dawn, Detroit: Becoming Human, Battlefield 1, inFAMOUS Second SON (where is the continuation !!!), Batman: Arkham Knight, the last guardian and more.
PlayStation Plus: Collection You will get access to these games when you launch on PlayStation 5. Details on how this service works are hardly available.
PlayStation 5: price, release date
It happens people! We finally have a price and a release date.
$ 499.99 ($ 684) for the PlayStation 5, $ 399.99 ($ 547) for the digital PlayStation edition. Expect actual Australian prices soon.
It’s November 12th in Australia.
Ragnarök is coming in 2021
“You have to prepare,” says the narrator.
I believe this is a God of War Continuation, people. The trailer was short, cute, and mysterious.
And that’s a wrap! Thank you for joining us on this very wild journey.