Now that we’re a few weeks into the new year, it’s time to look ahead and see what the future holds for the gaming space. We’ve already seen what nintendo-switch and Xbox Series have in store, which just left PlayStation 5. So, with that being the case, let’s take a look and see what PS5 owners should be excited about throughout 2023.
Spoken – January 24
The year begins by taking PlayStation 5 owners to the fantasy kingdom of Athia. This game developed by Luminous Productions revolves around the protagonist Frey, who searches for a way to return to her home in New York, while helping the inhabitants of this mystical new land to fight against the ever-increasing corruption that threatens their existence.
Hogwarts Legacy – February 10
While many of us were looking forward to ending 2022 with an extended stay at Hogwarts, Avalanche Software decided they needed a little more time before opening the doors to the famed School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. witchcraft. That’s why the highly anticipated Hogwarts Legacy will now arrive in February. Regardless of this decision, the fantasy action-RPG will look to capitalize on the magic of the series and bring an open world that will fulfill the dreams and meet the expectations of this devoted fan base.
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PS VR2 & Horizon Call of the Mountain – February 22
Existing as a bit of a double whammy, Sony will not only bring the upgraded PS VR2 system this month, but also a collection of new games to mark its launch window. The most eye-catching of the bunch is Horizon Call of the Mountain, a virtual reality take on Guerrilla Games’ awe-inspiring post-apocalyptic sci-fi world, which seeks to provide a narrative where the iconic Aloy isn’t actually in the spotlight. center.
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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – March 17
The exciting story of Cal Kestis will continue later this year with the arrival of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Picking up years after the events of Fallen Order, this sequel will serve a tougher, more hardened Cal who still eludes the Empire while trying to fight back and protect those in need of help in this desperate era among the stars. .
Resident Evil 4 Remake – March 24
While you’re no doubt familiar with this brilliant horror game, Capcom’s efforts to revamp its older, beloved games means we can’t help but be genuinely excited for the return of Resident Evil 4. Seeing the original story enhanced and enhanced using modern technology to deliver truly impressive visuals will be the best way to experience one of Leon S. Kennedy’s greatest adventures.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – May 26
Coming from the same team that delivered the incredible Arkham series, Rocksteady, this new take on a superhero game puts players in the shoes of the villains – who in this case just happen to be the heroes. Yes, it’s all a bit upside down, but when the Justice League is overpowered and turns against the people it’s meant to protect, who else are we to rely on but a bunch of unreliable maniacs driven by deadly explosives implanted in their heads.
Final Fantasy XVI – June 22
2023 is one of Final Fantasy’s biggest years in a long, long time, as we have not one, but two massive projects in the series slated to arrive during the year. First on the cards will be Final Fantasy XVI, the latest mainline installment in the long-running franchise, featuring a standalone single-player RPG unlike some of its more recent predecessors. Revolving around protagonist Clive Rosfield, this game is meant to deliver a gripping story of revenge, power struggles, and tragedy.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 – Fall 2023
We wonder what Peter Parker and Miles Morales have been up to since the conclusion of their most recent games, but that question will soon be answered when the sequel arrives later this year. Insomniac Games has been careful not to share many plot details so far, but at least we know that Venom will make an appearance and likely cause all sorts of trouble for the Spider duo.
Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth – Winter
Cloud and the gang will soon be back and resume their adventure, which recently saw the team leave Midgar for answers elsewhere in the world. Continuing the massive narrative that makes up Final Fantasy VII, this impressive version of a remake will arrive on PlayStation 5 this winter – although the exact date has yet to be set, meaning there’s every chance that Rebirth does not arrive until early 2024.
Alan Wake 2 – 2023
It’s been way too long, but arguably Remedy Entertainment’s most famous character will be making a comeback very soon. This survival horror sequel is designed to deliver an atmospheric, layered psychological tale, similar to what we got in 2010 when the original debuted. We don’t currently know when exactly Alan Wake 2 will launch, but Remedy has promised it will be in 2023.
Armored Core VI: Fires of the Rubicon – 2023
2022 was another big year FromSoftware as Elden Ring arrived and took the world by storm, but in 2023 the famous Japanese developer will once again be turning their attention to an older, existing franchise: Armored Core. This installment will be the sixth entry in the series, and so far all that’s been mentioned is that this game will put players in their own mech and then have them take on a variety of fast-paced 3D missions using a collection of dynamic moves and attacks that will likely attract and entertain all kinds of Soulslike fans.
Pragmata – 2023
You might have forgotten all about this Capcom game at this point, and that’s because since it was announced in 2020, the developer hasn’t really made a big fuss about it. But still, 2023 is set to be the year the bizarre sci-fi title Pragmata arrives, bringing with it a lunar adventure with a deep story and striking visuals.
These are just a few of the games coming to PlayStation 5 over the course of the year. If you want to see what the Xbox Series and Nintendo have to offer, you can find more on those platforms here and hererespectively.
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