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Playstation 5: 25 new titles coming according to Hermen Hulst

Playstation 5: 25 new titles coming according to Hermen Hulst

According to Sony, the Japanese giant is planning to release about 25 new Playstation 5 video games under the aegis of Playstation Studios. Official information indicates that only half of these will be spin-offs or sequels of known sagas, while the rest will consist of completely unreleased IPs.

Playstation 5: 25 new video games are coming

To reveal this new information is Hermen Hulst, manager of Playstation Studios interviewed by colleagues from Wired. We already know they will come Gran Turismo 7, God of War Ragnarok, Horizon Forbidden West and Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart and 21 more unannounced first party titles will now have to be added to this initial list.

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Although Hulst has not specified the launch window of these upcoming video games, of which in fact we do not know anything at the moment, it could be a ‘huge injection of lifeblood for Ps5, above all due to the long development times of the currently confirmed exclusives. Suffice it to say that Gran Turismo 7 will only arrive next year and other titles like God of War Ragnarok will likely suffer the same fate.

Likewise, it is unclear whether titles such as Kena: Bridge of Spirits, which is mentioned during the interview. This video game in particular is developed by an independent studio and is not part of the software houses involved in Playstation Studios but Sony has not clearly specified if titles of this genre are included in the 25 games mentioned by Hulst.

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Instead, what Hulst specified is that some of these titles will be small in size and will have rather agile development times. The fact that not all games may not be internal to Playstation Studios is also not necessarily a bad thing. We remind you that Returnal, to take a recent example, was developed by an external studio.

We just have to wait for the next few months, in the hope that official presentations will arrive.