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Set to release in just a couple of months, Call of Duty: Black Ops — Cold War brings us back to the 60's with a gorgeous overhaul in graphics.
Jam packed with blockbuster set pieces and Call of Duty's signature action, we'll be treading new territory as we revisit one of the most tense global conflicts in history.
The reveal trailer does plenty to get us excited with breathtaking moments and tons of action, and we can't wait to get our hands on this one. Slated for a release date of November 15th, Call of Duty fans will get their hands on the next installment sooner than you think.
Originally released in , this supernatural third-person shooter delivered Remedy's signature atmosphere and story-telling in spades. Putting players in the shoes of Jesse, the new Director of the Federal Bereau of Control, Control becomes an unnerving and unpredictable descent into a hidden world.
With the confirmed release of Control Ultimate Edition, PS5 owners will get the chance to play this stellar title within the year. While the game already looks pretty incredible, expect a slight upgrade to visuals and performance along with all previous expansions packed into one.
While not every one of EA's long-running annual sport simulators is getting a dedicated PS5 version NHL 21, for instance, will run on PS5 but will be an upscaled version for PS4 Madden will be, and it's bringing plenty of new and improved features to Sony's new flagship hardware.
The new Skill Stick utilises the analog sticks to offers unique moves and manoeuvres much like the juke stick of old so you can pull of signature skills in multiple positions across the field.
Right now we only have a logo and a very short trailer. That was two years ago. Fingers crossed we hear more soon Bethesda has been incredibly coy about what Starfield is and when it's likely to arrive, but we do know it's being developed for PS5 and will arrive at some point during the console's life cycle.
Bethesda calls it a 'space epic' so we're hoping for something that combines the grand storytelling of Mass Effect, the deep exploration and player agency of No Man's Sky and the kind of evergreen mechanics that have made the likes of Skyrim so beloved by fans.
The game will feature lots of new systems, but will still have that Bethesda magic, and while it's release date might be a while off as far as we know we do know that it's been in development for years already so who knows when we might get a taster of it.
Far Cry has never been a game to shy away from dangerous territory, and it looks like the next entry in the series continues that tradition.
Far Cry 6 looks to take players into the heart of a war-torn dictatorship with everyone's favorite bad guy Giancarlo Esposito as the star.
A perfect choice for a menacing yet mysterious villain, the next entry in the Far Cry series is definitely going to turn some heads. An usual decision considering the developer's focus on remaking its current franchises, but one that promises a new world full of new ideas.
We don't know much about it, but we do know you'll play a spaceman in a souped-up suit. It has a real Hideo Kojima vibe about it, so we're hoping to learn more about it in the months to come.
It's hard to know where Sony stands on its commitment to VR as a delivery platform, but for Astro - the cute robo mascot previously seen in VR Playroom for PSVR - the future is all about showcasing the haptic feedbac and sensory driven features of PS5's new controller, the DualSense.
We don't expect this to be much more than a tech demo, but it looks like a fun way to see what Sony's new peripheral can do. Little Devil Inside is one of many games revealed alongside PS5's console design that is big on the mystery and small on the details.
The visuals have a real Tim Burton vibe, with a young man on a grand adventure, and an old man living a more menial life.
As to how this plays into the actual game is anyone's guess, but it looks to have something of the Dark Souls about it so we're hoping to learn more in the months to come.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits comes from a new studio with previous experience in cinematic animation, and you can really tell, with a visual style that's bursting with personality.
There's been very little revealed, but we can assume it's going to involve a mixture of 3D platforming, melee combat and exploration.
You also seem to be able to command a group of cutesy creatures, so we imagine that will likely play into puzzle solving as well.
One of Shinji Mikami and Tango Dreamwork's latest projects isn't a full-on horror experience, rather one that takes the creative nightmares of Japanese folklore and combines it with the first-person powers of Dishonored.
A paranormal event has replaced Tokyo's residents with these apparitions, so it's up to you to supe-up and take back the city from its new supernatural inhabitants.
IO Interactive has been hard at work on Hitman 3, the third entry in its reinvention of the series. We don't know too much yet, but the trailer suggests we're getting more of the same with more creative level designs and increasingly over-the-top ways to take out your assigned targets.
Housemarque looks to be combining a number of systems from its previous games to create its most ambitious project yet. Housemarque's Resogun proved to be one of the highlights of PS4's meagre launch offerings, and the studio is looking to make a similar mark with its new game, Returnal.
Unlike Resogun, Returnal is a third-person shooter where the alien world you're forced to explore changes every time you die. As you progress, you'll meet new creatures and learn new powers, with every dace making you stronger but affecting your humanity in kind.
Colour us intrigued. Bugsnax was one of the more unusual reveals along with the PS5 console design, offering up a cute, family friendly world where insects have been transformed into types of food.
We're not sure how exactly this game is going to work, but it looks like eating these delicious critters makes you turn into said snacks. With so many games seemingly dying to show you how they're utilising ray tracing to make their games look extra pretty, it was nice to see some games have the confidence to do their own thing.
It's got a real Night in the Woods vibe and we're really digging it. It's funny how so many big IPs were announced at the PS5 reveal event, and yet one of the most talked about isn't a sequel, but a brand new game featuring a cat exploring a neon-drenched world inhabited by robots.
We don't know very much about it, but the world itself looks charming to the max, and playing as a furry friend is likely to appeal to almost any player.
The latest game from Arkane Lyon, the studio that's had a hand in Prey, the Dishonored games and the most recent Wolfenstein sequels, is stepping out on its own to create its next game, Deathloop.
You play a man stuck in a time loop, where he's hunted and killed in perpetuity for the delight of paying customers.
The powers look like they've been pulled right out of Dishonored, but with a unique looking world and some interesting characters, this timed console exclusive still has our attention.
It looks like great fun and is no doubt a multiplayer-focused adventure. The NBA 2K franchise tends to launch around September every year, so while it will no doubt hit current platforms first, it's likely to join PS5 as an impressive looking new-gen title at launch.
NBA 2K20 was already a visual showcase, so we're expecting even more realistic movement animations, smoother transitions and yes, lots of realistic sweat droplets.
Oh, and a lot of microtransactions because it's a 2K game. While Media Molecule has long since moved past the level-design creation of Little Big Planet, the cutesy mascot that helped become of PS3's most recognisable first-party faces lives on in the form of Sackboy: A Big Adventure.
This is actually a 3D platformer, as opposed to the 2. It's coming Sumo Digital, so we expect this to be a great little take on the 3D platformer.
It looks incredible, but with PS5's powerful SSD, Ratchet can jump between worlds in an instant, something that was simply inconceivable on other console platforms up until now.
Hyper Light Drifter combined a poignant story with an engrossing mixture of top-down dungeon crawling, and Heart Machine's next game looks to take the formula even further with the void-exploration of Solar Ash.
Details are a little thin on the ground at the moment, but we do know you'll be exploring a powerful rift in space known as the Ultravoid.
We can't wait to find out more. Project Athia was one such newbie, coming from Square Enix, the creators of some of Japan's biggest exports, including the Final Fantasy games.
We don't know too much about this one yet, but it looks to be an open-world adventure where you'll meet all manner of creatures. Including dragons, from the looks of it!
Bar Nintendo Switch, the seven-year-old open-world extravaganza has pretty much hit every system of note, and with Grand Theft Auto Online continuing to live on through regular content updates, optimising the game for a new hardware generation is hardly a shock.
Rockstar is promising new content for this enhanced edition, but we'd expect this to be something for GTAO rather than the much wanted single-player DLC.
Fans have been clamouring for a remake of Demon's Souls so expect some very happy Souls fans out there. Over a decade ago, From Software took its first swing at the action-RPG formula, creating and while its spiritual successor became the entry that really put the studio and on the map, Demon's Souls was the progenitor for precise combat mechanics, labyrinthine maps and relentlessly aggressive boss fights.
Bluepoint Games is in charge of the remake, and it looks to retain all of the challenge of the original along with the performance and visual upgrades afforded by new gen hardware.
While Capcom has been busy successfully remaking most of its Resident Evil back catalogue, the new take on the horror franchise - starting with Resident Evil 7: Biohazard in - has helped reinvent the franchise in the wake of horror's resurgance as a genre.
Resi 8 looks to be tapping into classic Hammer Horror tropes - is that a wolfman we saw in the announce trailer? And with Chris Redfield returning to the series, this can only mean there's plenty of undead ass for the kicking.
So expect that familiar mix of 2. With the considerably improved specs under PS5's hood - including the difference ray tracing makes to the textures and lighting of a race - GT7 looks to be an early tech test for what Sony's new generation of hardware is capable of right out of the box.
Miles might have a similar costume to Peter Parker but he also has plenty of unique powers, so PS5 players will be able to experience a fresh take on Insomniac's much-loved wallcrawling formula.
Horizon: Zero Dawn proved to be one of Sony's most surprising and most enjoyable first-party IP debuts of the PS4 era, and its sequel looks to take all the things we loved about the first game - an engaging female lead, a beautiful post-post-apocalyptic world and rewarding robo-dino hunting - and make it even better.
This new game takes the action west into a lush and dangerous take on California, where new tribes and monsters have taken root.
While it's yet to be confirmed, we'd expect to see cross-gen gaming supported on PS5 in some capacity. With so many games now operating as a 'service' with lifespans far longer than first expected, the likes of Fortnite and its fellow multi-year franchises are likely to live long into the coming generation.
While its keeping the specifics unspecified at this stage, developer and publisher Epic Games has confirmed that Fortnite will leaping from the battle bus onto PS5.
With many more Battle Pass seasons set to roll out this year - with one likely to coincide with the launch window of the console - we wouldn't be surprised to see this free-to-play battle royale shooter appear on the platform very soon.
And with plans to transition the game to Unreal 5 next year, it's likely going to look and run better than ever on Sony's latest hardware.
There's a huge number of operators available right now, with plans for more to come in the months ahead. Four and a half years ago, Ubisoft resurrected the Rainbow Six series - the original Tom Clancy sub-series to make into videogame form - stripping away all the story content and reforging around a simple 5v5 multiplayer setup.
One team defends the objective while the other defends it. It's now been confirmed that Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege will be coming to PS5, with support for all previous content updates and support for cross-generational play with players on PS4.
Not only does it feature the one and only Keanu Reeves - yes, actual Keanu - the game will also feature one of the deepest customisation systems we've even seen, even going as far as enabling you to carefully construct the components of your gender and you ahem genitalia.
From gunfights to races, it looks like the Polish studio wants to create its very own take on the GTA formula, only infused with the storytelling chops that made The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt such an incredible experience.
Developer Raven plans to add more content to Warzone, including new contracts to keep you occupied in Verdansk.
While Call of Duty: Warzone isn't the first 'free' COD to do the rounds, it is the first one to grace current gen console hardware in the West.
Based on the current setup, it's likely the PS5 version will be free-to-play like the other versions and will support cross-generation and cross-play.
It's been confirmed Warzone won't be replaced with another battle royale game at least not yet and will serve as a base that connects many of the other incoming Call of Duty titles.
It's not clear how this will tie into future battle passes - the current version ties directly into the ongoing seasons for Modern Warfare - but it's likely we'll know more once the next CoD is revealed.
Exploration and resource collection are the two most important elements of the game. Building settlements, defenses and forging weapons created with the resources such as gold, lumber, Food, etc.
Warcraft 3 offers a variety of different troop units, amazing upgrades for both characters and equipment, and lets you enjoy a well-written story.
The primary objectives of the game are to build bases, upgrading the units to higher tech tiers and conquering the enemies. In addition, Supreme Commander offers three main factions that the players can choose between.
Supreme Commander offers a variety of missions including the Skirmishes that can be set on a variety of victory conditions.
Various objectives are assigned to players in the very start of the missions. The game has a limited number of Campaign missions.
Once the player is able to finish a mission and completes all the objectives, the map expands. Freedom of exploration, plenty of room for the gameplay and objective-based play, are among the most noticeable elements of the game.
Age of Empires 3 is one of the best Real Time Strategy video games available in the market globally. It offers tons of factions for the players to choose between.
In addition, 14 different empires are also part of the game and players are free to choose any one of them to build and reign over.
Unlike most of the RTS games on this list, Age of Empires 3 features locations based on real life countries and also the historical military units.
Players can start the game with one civilization, go through the dark ages, research new technologies and build new trade routes.
Building massive armies, training them, waging wars against the opponents and defending your own settlements are some of the most prominent objectives of Age of Empires 3.
Company of Heroes will probably strike you as an oldie as compared to the other games on the list of best RTS games.
In addition, the game offers beautiful graphics, advanced combat mechanics, tons of playable factions, and multiplayer play. Company of Heroes is an amazing World War 2 era game that offers way more realism than any other made on this subject.
The main focus of the game remains on exploration, conquest, and expansion of the world by military means. Economic strategy, development, research, and defense are some of the most prominent elements of the game.
It offers both Military and Economic campaigns in order to let you fully enjoy a realistic experience of a Strategy game. As a lord of the kingdom, it is your duty to stabilize the economy in the region, create and train a massive military to defend your kingdom.
Invade, and destroy the enemy strongholds, and complete the missions with all the objectives. Stronghold offers various game modes, and lets you have full control over the kingdom.
Developing skills, re-conquer the lost lands and keep on growing until all the neighboring barbarian kingdoms are part of your massive kingdom.
For all those who love Real-time Strategy games but they want a more familiar setting, Star Wars: Empire at War will definitely interest them greatly.
With a Star Wars theme, the game offers a movie like an experience and uses locations from Star Wars movies as well. Wir listen hier aber auch nur Spiele im klassischen Mittelalter auf.
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