Sony has announced the new edition of the PlayStation Showcase, a 40-minute event that will talk about the “future of PlayStation”. A year after the last update, it’s normal that fans can’t wait to find out what’s cooking, and according to some insiders, it’s legitimate to have sky-high expectations, given that September 9 will be a show full of ” super ads “.
Nick Baker, founder of Xbox He was famous for having revealed in advance several Sony projects, including the expansion of Iki in Ghost of Tsushima, has confirmed that during the new event we will see for the first time God of War 2: Ragnarok (tentative name), the sequel to the 2018 God of War soft reboot. Cory Barlog recently postponed the game to 2022, but the studio already has something to show to the public.
Andy Robinson, the VGC reporter who predicted a few months ago that PES 2022 would switch to the free-to-play model, confirmed that the show would be packed with “super announcements”, so we can expect an abundant 40 minutes with more video game updates—expected on PS4 and PS5.
In recent months, there has been a lot of talk about the acquisition of Bluepoint Games, a remake of Metal Gear Solid, and a new Japanese studio from Sony, so who knows that we will not receive a confirmation on this front during the showcase too.
To conclude, Tom Henderson confirmed that we will not receive updates on Grand Theft Auto VI or GTA V for next-gen and that for the first information on the new chapter of the series, we will have to wait until 2023. Among other leaks, the presence is anticipated by Forspoken, The Last of Us: Part 2 – Factions, Hogwarts Legacy, and Gran Turismo 7.