Transparency seems like its Playstation’s biggest issue as of late. Gamer’s across the world anticipated Sony’s next big Playstation 5 showcase. They delivered in showing a great lineup of games including, Final Fantasy XVI,Demon’s Souls, and God of War Ragnarok. Despite those incredible looking games, the show seemed overshadowed by a number of revelations that trickled out after the show. Full disclosure, I’ve been a fan of the games Playstation has produced since the PS2. This generation, for the first time ever, I used their platform exclusively. Even with that, it is still important to call out baffling mistakes like these, so they can be avoided in the future. So, let’s go through some of the information that Sony, for whatever, reason neglected to disclose.
The Playstation 5 Launch Line-Up:For those who didn’t watch the showcase, there’s a good reason that you missed which games are launching with the console this November. Spider-Man: Miles Morales, for example, was given a release that simply said holiday 2020 during the show. But, come to find out, there are multiple titles that will launch with the system. Some of which didn’t receive new trailers in Sony’s latest showcase. According to the PlayStation Blog, those titles include
- Astro’s Playroom from Japan Studio
- Demon’s Souls from Bluepoint Games/ Japan Studio
- Destruction All Stars from Lucid Games/ Sony XDEV
- Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales from Insomniac Games
- Sackboy A Big Adventure from Sumo Digital/ Sony XDEV