[HOT] : Sony unveils 5 new games set to dethrone the best PS5 games
It’s not just Deathloop that will cause a sensation on the new next-gen console, in the second half of 2021.
The latest edition of Sony State of Play obviously featured the presentation of the highly anticipated Deathloop, but the real surprise of the show comes from nine new indie games coming to PS4, PS5, and PSVR – and most of them will launch. by the end of 2021.
However, let’s not put aside the 2022 releases which will still include the Tribes of Midgard multiplayer hack-and-slash, whose seasons will revolve around Norse gods and mythologies – with sessions of ten players, two game modes and eight character classes to choose from. We also note the development of Sifu, a mysterious beat-em-up that has aroused our curiosity, and Moss II, the sequel to the excellent VR adventure game where you play Quill, a rodent who has nothing to envy to Link in terms of skills.
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Closer to home, in 2021, fans of online action games will be able to discover Arcadegeddon, designed by studio Illfonic. In the vein of Fortnite, this title is already available in early access for the most impatient. Alongside him, we saw the first images of Hunter’s Arena: Legends of Mantisco, a 3D MOBA where players are invited to compete solo or in teams of 3 – in arenas limited to 30 participants. This Dynasty Warriors-like will arrive in August on PS4 and PS5.
Other titles rely more on their original artistic direction. Like Jett: The Far Shore, an exploration game in which players navigate an environment that has nothing to envy that of Death Stranding. Between dreamlike and end of the world.
Fist: Forged in Shadow Torch, it promises us a new side-scrolling platform game, putting players in the skin (the paws?) Of a rabbit piloting … a mecha. Not to be missed on September 7th on PS4 and PS5.
And then there is the return of cult licenses. Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles will land on PS4 and PS5 on October 15th. While Lost Judgment (Sega’s sequel to Judgment), will offer a mix between Yakuza and Shenmue – with many wacky mini-games – starting September 24.