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Leaked PS5 Info Confirmed By Sony

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“It’s Time To Play” reads the official description of PlayStation Europe’s Twitter, and why this does not reveal anything else than a new slogan for the industry giant, it does confirm the massive PS5 leak that appear on 4Chan and was quickly dismissed.

Lets rewind a bit and see some of the information that leaked in that post:

Exclusive launch titles

  • Killzone: this game is expected to be a reboot with a “extra focus on multiplayer”. A new SOCOM Reboot is also being developed at Guerrilla Games, using the Decima engine SOCOM is expected to have photo-realistic graphics.
  • Demon’s Souls Remake: This will be a full remake, the title will be somewhat different from the original Miyazaki’s creation.
  • Gran Turismo 7: This is a huge project that has been in development since 2014, this game would receive support for the next 10 years, it’s the largest project ever made by Sony.
  • Ratchet & ClankThis would make the start of a new trilogy, the game will return to space exploration, hoverboots and competitive multiplayer which will be free to play.
  • From Remedy Entertainment a ‘New Multiplayer Title’ (Project Vanguard). Sony is planning to acquire the developer based on the game’s reception.
  • Wild, from Wild Sheep Studio

Key features

The leak suggest that the Sony PS5 is designed to support up to three games and “multiple media functionalities suspended” while a fourth game is running.

Players would also be able to have different states of the same game loaded at the same time. Perhaps a way to understand this feature is something similar to what Grand Theft Auto V achieved with three main protagonist on a different location in the city, this would surely be a flex of raw speed of the SSD supported.

Yesterday an UI of the PS5’s dev kit was leaked, revealing some of the hardware handed to developers.


Stay tuned at Gaming Instincts via Twitter, YouTube and Facebook for more updates on the Sony PlayStation 5.

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