PC players won't have to buy the next gen console from Sony since most of the newly announced PS5 games will also debut on the PC.
Sony's latest PS5 games reveal event was full of jaw-dropping and eye-popping new video game trailers. However, PC players need not worry since most of them are also coming to their desktops.
Just in case PC players still need more games to add to their overflowing Epic Games and Steam libraries. Below are some of the upcoming games that will be added to the list.
Square Enix's Luminous Studios are currently developing the new game. They are the same company that developed the successful Final Fantasy 15.
Luminous Productions might be designing the game with the PlayStation 5 in mind, but the trailers have confirmed that Project Athia will also be released for the PC. The game is still in its development phase, but the trailer for this action/adventure game sure seems interesting and fun.
The last installment for the Hitman series will be coming to the PlayStation and PC in the first quarter of next year. The teaser shows Hitman doing his last mission in an impenetrable skyscraper in Dubai. However, fans will have to wait until more updates are announced.
Resident Evil 8
Resident Evil 8 Village is the next title for Capcom's hit survival horror franchise. Resident Evil 7's Ethan Winters will come back for another thrilling adventure.
Resident Evil mainstay Chris Redfield also made a cameo in the last seconds of the trailer. However, no specific release date was revealed, but the developers said it would be launched anytime next year.
It may be peculiar, but this future game has a cat as its main character. In the game, players play as a stray cat finding its way back home inside a cybercity. While befriending small flying drones, players will also have to escape creepy android robots to find out what happened to all humans.
Little Devil Inside
This game has been in the development stage for a couple of years. However, players are still excited to get their hands on this adventure survival RPG.
The trailer looks charming, and it seems like a fusion of Legend of Zelda and Persona. No exact release date for this game yet, but this one is a must-have.
The next game from developer Young Horses is a weird island adventure that features bugs as its main inhabitants. Players will need to solve puzzles and the mystery of the disappearance of Elizabert Megafig. This PS5 game will be released on the Epic Games Store later this year.
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