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PlayStation 5 - Future of Gaming Showcase - Moonface - Jun 11th, 2020

Sony has presented the future of gaming for the PlayStation brand with a ton of first party reveals and even a look at the PlayStation 5 system itself! Here's a summary of everything shown:

Showcase video will live here when Sony bothers to cut their 2+ hour live stream video down to just the actual content.

Grand Theft Auto V | Trailer
GTA V is coming to PlayStation 5 in the second half of 2021 with a range of enhancements, and GTA Online will be free to all PlayStation 5 players exclusively for the first three months. Also, as of today all PlayStation 4 players of GTA Online will receive $1million in-game cash every single month until GTA Online launches on PlayStation 5.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales | TrailerDiscussion Thread
The next instalment in Insomniac's Spider-Man series will be launching in Holiday 2020 for PlayStation 5.

Gran Turismo 7 | Trailer
From classic vehicles and tracks to the reintroduction of the legendary GT Simulation Mode – Gran Turismo 7 brings together the best features from past installments of the series alongside the future. An even more realistic driving experience awaits thanks to haptic feedback, which brings to life what it’s like when the tires hit the road, and PlayStation 5's immersive 3D audio allows players to sense the position of other cars and drivers around them.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart | Trailer | Discussion Thread
Ratchet & Clank are back and not only do they look better than ever, but so do the many new and returning locations featured in the game!

Project Athia | Trailer
Watch a breathtaking first look at Project Athia, a thrilling story-led, action-packed adventure from SQUARE ENIX’s new studio, Luminous Productions.

Stray | Trailer
Lost, alone, and separated from family, a stray cat must untangle an ancient mystery to escape a long-forgotten cybercity and find the way home. Coming 2021.

Returnal | Trailer
Returnal combines side-scrolling action with roguelike gameplay into a third-person shooter where players fight to survive a hostile planet that changes with every death. Players can switch instinctively between firing modes by using a single adaptive trigger and can get right back into the action after dying.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure | Trailer | Discussion Thread
Sackboy returns in an all-new 3D adventure with a deeply immersive and expressive control scheme. Players can go on this epic platforming journey solo-style, or they can team up with friends for collaborative, chaotic multiplayer fun.

Destruction AllStars | Trailer
Destruction AllStars is an action-packed sports event that pits drivers against one another in an intense competition. The goal? Wreck as many cars as possible.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits | Trailer
A story-driven action adventure with a stunning visual aesthetic combining exploration with fast-paced combat. Players find and grow a team of charming spirit companions called the Rot, enhancing their abilities and creating new ways to manipulate the environment. Kena: Bridge of Spirits seamlessly blends action and narrative into an unforgettable experience. Travel with Kena, a young Spirit Guide on a quest to uncover the mysterious story surrounding the demise of the village.

Goodbye Volcano High | Trailer
Goodbye Volcano High is a cinematic narrative adventure about the end of an era… and the beginning of a love story. Coming 2021 to PlayStation 5 & PlayStation 4.

Oddworld Soulstorm | Trailer
Witness Abe's horrifying conflict with a terrifying new machination in this fresh narrative adventure. Oddworld Soulstorm represents a big visual and cinematic leap aiming that breaks new ground for Oddworld. With intelligent new mechanics and twisted new devices which enable highly explosive deviousness. This is a dark parable that tells an epic tale of a volatile society pushed to its limits.

GhostWire: Tokyo | Trailer | Discussion Thread
See the first gameplay footage for GhostWire: Tokyo!

JETT: The Far Shore | Trailer
JETT: The Far Shore invites you on an interstellar trip to carve out a future for a people haunted by oblivion in this cinematic action adventure coming Holiday 2020 on the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.

Godfall | Trailer
Take your first look at PlayStation 5 gameplay of Godfall and the world of Aperion—a world on the precipice of ruin.

Solar Ash | Trailer
Journey through a surreal, vivid and highly stylized world from the makers of Hyper Light Drifter filled with mystery, wild high-speed traversal, endearing characters, and massive enemy encounters.

Hitman 3 | Trailer | Discussion Thread
The final instalment in the World of Assassination trilogy is coming in 2021 to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.

Astro's Playroom | Trailer
Astro and his crew lead you on a magical introduction through PS5 in this fun platformer that comes pre-loaded on PS5. Explore four worlds, each based on PS5’s console components. Each area showcases innovative gameplay that taps into the new features of the PS5's DualSense wireless controller.

Little Devil Inside | Trailer
Little Devil Inside is an action-adventure RPG with survival elements set in an atmospheric, semi-open world.

NBA 2K21 | Trailer
Watch an athletic sweaty man play with a basketball.

Bugsnax | Trailer
From the minds behind Octodad: Dadliest Catch comes Bugsnax, a whimsical adventure game coming to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 in Holiday 2020.

Demon's Souls | Trailer
From JAPAN Studio and Bluepoint Games comes a remake of the PlayStation classic, Demon’s Souls™. Entirely rebuilt from the ground up and masterfully enhanced, this remake invites you to experience the unsettling story and ruthless combat of Demon’s Souls in unparalleled visual quality and incredible performance.

Deathloop | Trailer
The island of Blackreef. For most of its inhabitants, it’s a paradise. But for Colt, it’s an inescapable prison. Thanks to a mysterious time loop, he’s reliving the same day, over and over, trying to find a way to break the endless cycle he’s trapped in. As Colt, you’ll have to take out eight targets – including your arch-nemesis Julianna Blake – if you ever want to escape. But remember: It’s a time loop, so if at first you don’t succeed… die, die again.

Resident Evil: Village | Trailer | Discussion Thread
Fear surrounds you in Resident Evil Village, unleashing a new chapter of survival horror on PlayStation 5 in 2021!

Pragmata | Trailer
Looking like some Hideo Kojima love letter, Capcom has announced their new game Pragmata.

Horizon: Forbidden West | Trailer | Discussion Thread
Horizon: Forbidden West continues Aloy’s story as she moves west to a far-future America to brave a majestic, but dangerous frontier where she’ll face awe-inspiring machines and mysterious new threats.

PlayStation 5 Hardware Reveal | Trailer
To close the show, we finally got our first look at what the PlayStation 5 will look like. It will come in two versions, one with a disc drive and one without. No pricing or specific release date was shared.

RE: PlayStation 5 - Future of Gaming Showcase - queenzelda - Jun 12th, 2020

My thoughts on the following;

Kena: Bridge of Spirits = Pikmin
Astro's Playroom = Super Mario Odyssey 2.1
Bugsnax = SPoRE 2.1

Your welcome.

RE: PlayStation 5 - Future of Gaming Showcase - Dragon Lord - Jun 13th, 2020

Goodbye Volcano High was such a shit reveal that I almost went out and bought an Xbox after seeing it. Bugsnax is also a complete waste of money, time and creative effort.

Thank god the Demon's Souls Remake announcement was there to save this presentation.

RE: PlayStation 5 - Future of Gaming Showcase - Moonface - Jun 14th, 2020

Bugsnax was the only game that felt cringe to me, and I think it's because it was the only game to present itself like the audience was made up of children when everything else had at least been presented with the idea of a general audience of multiple ages rather than any particular age group. It was what I'd dub the Wonderbook moment of the whole thing.

Other than that no other game was presented in a way that completely turned me off what I was seeing, although some didn't do a good job of telling me what exactly the game was going to be, particularly with how they would play. GVH for example could be like Night in the Woods or just some visual novel type thing, and the story could have something good to say like NitW did but the trailer doesn't answer if it will or not because it was vague enough to go either way.