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Sony’s 40-minute PlayStation 5 showcase was a doozie, featuring surprise announcements for all-new games and new trailers for upcoming or delayed titles. Here are the trailers for each game announced during Sony’s live event, plus the most up-to-date release date info.
Note: Some trailers in this article may show a “This Video Is Unavailable” notice. These videos are marked by YouTube for adult content and don’t always work when embedded. No big deal—we’re providing direct links below each video to skirt around the issue.
God of War: Ragnarok (Delayed to 2022)
The bad news is that God of War: Ragnarok is delayed until 2022. But hey, at least we get a new look at the game’s killer cinematic graphics.
God of War: Ragnarok launches on PS4 and PS5 sometime in 2022.
Spider-Man 2 (2023 😭)
At long last, Peter Parker and Miles Morales are teaming up to fight Venom in Spider-Man 2. This short cinematic trailer doesn’t reveal any Spider-Man 2 gameplay, but we’re just happy to see that it’s in the works.
Unfortunately, we won’t get the next Spider-Man game until 2023.
Marvel’s Wolverine (TBD)
Marvel’s Wolverine is one of the surprise games announced during Sony’s PlayStation showcase. We know next to nothing about the game, but Sony says it’s developed by Brian Horton and Cameron Christian, who recently worked on the Miles Morales game.
We don’t have a release date for Wolverine. There’s a good chance that the game won’t arrive until 2023 or 2024, given that it’s in development alongside Insomatic’s Spider-Man 2.
Gran Turismo 7 (Delayed to Mar. 4th, 2022)
The outrageously gorgeous Gran Turismo 7 is delayed until March 4th, 2022. But at least we get a new trailer showing the game’s crazy graphics!
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake (TBD)
We’ve heard rumors about a Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake for the past few years, and Lucasarts is finally committing to the game. But it hasn’t committed to a release date just yet.
Lucasarts confirms that the KOTR remake will launch as a timed PS5 exclusive.
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (Early 2022)
The upcoming Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection includes remastered versions of Uncharted 4 and Lost Legacy. It launches for PS5 and PC in early 2022. Unfortunately, the short trailer lacks any gameplay footage.
First announced as a Stadia exclusive, Tchia is shifting its launch platform to PS5, PS4, and PC (through Epic Games). The open-world adventure game lets you explore a dangerous island and jam on a fully-playable ukulele.
Tchia will not launch on Stadia. It arrives on PS5, PS4, and PC in 2022.
Kid A Mnesia (Nov. 2021)
Radiohead’s Kid A Mnesia comes out this November.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderland (Mar. 25, 2022)
The incredibly chaotic Tiny Tina’s Wonderland sports a cell-shaded art style, cartoonish voice acting, and an exciting fantasy adventure. While we’ve only seen short snippets of Tiny Tina gameplay, it already looks like a blast.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderland launches March 25th, 2022.
Project Eve (TBD)
Project Eve is a distopian adventure game with futuristic technology, incredible graphics, and gameplay that’s reminiscent of Metal Gear Rising or Bayonetta. It’s the first console title by Shift Up, a Korean studio.
The Project Eve release date is still unknown.
Deathloop (Sept. 14th, 2021)
Deathloop is an interesting take on the FPS genre, combining lightning-fast action with the time-loop concept of Groundhog Day or Zelda: Majoras Mask. An optional multi-player feature also lets you blend friends into the single-player experience.
We first heard about Deathloop in June of 2020, and after a year of waiting, it’s finally slated to launch on September 14th, 2021.
Vampire the Masquerade: Blood Hunt (Late 2021)
Sharkmob AB says that Blood Hunt will arrive on PS5 in late 2021. The game is already available on Steam, though.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Oct. 26, 2021)
Become a star-lord in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, a new game featuring the famous band of space outlaws in an all-new story. Oh, and there’s an 80s mixtape.
The new Guardians of the Galaxy game is available for pre-order and launches October 26th on PS5, PS4, and Xbox One (not the Series X, for some reason).
Rainbow Six Extraction (Delayed to Jan. 2022)
The new Rainbow Six game features a mutating alien, which seems like an appropriate way to continue the series. But some people are a bit disappointed by the gameplay shown in this trailer, which may explain why Rainbow Six Extraction is now delayed until January of next year.
Ghostwire: Tokyo (Delayed to Early 2022)
We finally got a look at Ghostwire: Tokyo‘s gameplay during the recent PS5 event. Unfortunately, we also learned that the title is delayed until early 2022. Hopefully this one wasn’t on your Christmas wishlist.
GTA V Expanded and Enhanced Edition (Delayed to March 2022)
Rockstar’s GTA V Expanded and Enhanced Edition was supposed to be a port of a seven-year-old game. Well, now it’s a port of an eight-year-old game. That’s right, the GTA V port is delayed until March 2022, but it’s lookin’ real purdy in this new trailer.
Alan Wake: Remastered (Oct. 5th, 2021)
We finally got another look at Alan Wake: Remastered, the first game in its series to launch on PlayStation. Whether you’re a fan of Alan Wake or a total newcomer, this remastered version looks super promising.
Despite its October 5th release date, Alan Wake: Remastered is not yet available for pre-order.
Forspoken (Spring 2022)
Forspoken looks like a beautiful, strange new game, sort of like Horizon mixed with Lara Croft. Check out its unique gameplay and pretty graphics in this new trailer.
Square Enix says it’ll launch Forspoken in spring of 2022.