My 10 Most Expected PS5 Games – Reader Features

Kena: Bridge Of Spirits – One of the most promising PS5s (Photo: Ember Lab)

Readers are looking forward to the launch of the PS5, naming the 10 games he’s most excited about, such as Gran Turismo 4 and God of War 2.

After my lLook back on the life of PlayStation 4. We look forward to the next PlayStation 5 release. In particular, some features I’m looking forward to and some games I’m looking forward to will be released in 2021.

It’s hard to tell if tactile feedback and adaptive triggers are valuable new features or just gimmicks until I actually try out the controller, but from what I’ve read, it’s pretty much Seems to be praised. Even if you ignore the new features, from a design standpoint, it’s a clear improvement over the current DualShock 4 controller and is consistent with the current Xbox design. This is, in my opinion, a better controller and feels more comfortable. ..

3D audio
For me, this is one of the most anticipated features of the new console. I also ordered pulsed 3D audio headphones. I didn’t know much about it, but I was surprised to hear an example of 3D audio on YouTube. It’s strange how much you can tell from which direction the sound came from. I probably don’t explain it well. Instead, check the link yourself. You’ll see how effectively 3D audio is being used over time, but it could be a game changer for first-person shooters.

Ray tracing / 4K
Again, I’m not very tech-savvy, but I understand that ray tracing means more realistic shadows and lighting, and in essence the game looks more beautiful. I also have a 4K TV, so I’m looking forward to experiencing the game in 4K for the first time. I’ve watched some gameplay videos in 4K and haven’t noticed any major improvements, but they may look different when you actually get the PlayStation 5.

Launch title
Sure, there aren’t many true PlayStation 5 limited editions, given that many are available on the PlayStation 4, but I’m excited to try Astro’s Playroom. Astro Bot: Rescue Mission is the best VR game I’ve ever had, and it’s interesting to see if it has the same effect without the VR element. We’re also looking forward to playing Miles Morales and ordering Ultimate Edition to see what improvements have been made to the original game.

You’ll also be able to play FIFA 21 and Dirt5, as well as the Devilmei Cry 5 Special Edition and Cyberpunk 2077 in December. I’m a little embarrassed about the amount I spent (nearly £ 800), but I’m busy and stressed because I work at the NHS and A & E so that many people aren’t on vacation for COVID. , Closing it all, my brother died suddenly, leaving behind a girlfriend and two children. So I need something I’m looking forward to, justifying my ridiculous spending.

Top 10 games to look forward to in 2021
2021 is becoming a busy year in terms of games. Hopefully you’ll get a sequel to Switch’s Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This list is a pure game I’m looking forward to on the PlayStation 5, but it may be duplicated across other consoles.

10. Horizon Forbidden West
As mentioned earlier, I really had a hard time clicking in the first game, but this game looks incredibly especially open world, so I have to try again. It looks like one gamer wants to explore.

9. Gotham Knights
This should be much higher on my list. I love the Arkham series, but what I’ve seen so far hasn’t completely surprised me, and the lack of Batman has weakened my expectations. Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad doesn’t seem even more promising. Still, things may change.

8. Gran Turismo 7
Usually, I prefer less serious racing games like arcades. But while this may sound superficial, it looks like a real next-generation title, at least from a graphics perspective. A kind of game that introduces the power of new hardware.

7. LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga
I haven’t played Lego games for a while, but I remember it as a lot of fun. The latest articles look almost the same. I think it’s a game you’ll get someday, but it might be cheaper. It may also be a good game on the move, so depending on the differences between versions, you might get it for Switch instead. I’m a little worried about the length of the game. I hope most games tend to be indifferent after 20-30 hours and don’t try too much when covering all nine movies.

6. Hogwarts Legacy
Has it been so long since the right Harry Potter game? There must be many people like me who can’t wait to swing our wand and show us their boss, Death Eaters (I sounded filthy). Officially licensed games can be very hit or missed, so we hope the game can bring Harry Potter’s world of justice to life. The first trailer looked promising. We also hope that the recent JK Rowling controversy will not cast a shadow over the game. I’m sure a lot of talented people have worked on the game, and it’s a shame if they were punished.

5. Kena: Spirits Bridge
I’m not sure about this game, but I remember being very impressed with the trailer. It looks like an interactive Pixar movie to the eye, but it reminds me of Brave and looks very unique in terms of other games at this time.

4. Death loop
Dishonored 2 is a game I really wanted to enjoy. Unfortunately, I gave up because of the lack of game skills that required players to be proficient in stealth. Especially when the peripheral vision is narrowed, it becomes difficult to see the enemies behind and beside, so I feel that first-person games are not optimal. I didn’t enjoy the game, but it seemed to be well done and have a unique style and some good ideas. Deathloop looks the same, but from the trailer’s look, it’s more action-oriented and less focused on stealth. It also reminds me of the movie “Edge of Tomorrow / Live, Die, Repeat”. This is highly recommended for those who have never seen it.

3. Far Cry 6
I hadn’t played Far Cry for a long time until Far Cry 5. At first it took me a while to figure things out, but clicking on it was really fun. I mentioned earlier that I’m struggling with stealth, but I’ve found it more accessible in Far Cry 5. I think it’s because you can explore the scene from a distance and use long-range weapons such as sniper rifles, silent assault rifles, and crossbows, rather than approaching melee attacks. I know the game has recently been delayed from its February release date, but I hope it will still be released in 2021 and the gameplay footage will be visible soon.

2. Ratchet & Crank: Lift Apartheid
It’s one of the few games on this list, not only for PlayStation, but also for PlayStation 5. Platforms, puzzle solving, shooting, and racing again. The gameplay looks just as fun as its predecessor, and you can take advantage of SSD’s fast loading times to seamlessly switch between worlds. In addition to remastering the 2018 Spider-Man game, it’s unbelievable that this will be announced shortly after Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The people at Insomniac must be working hard.

1. The sequel to God of War
Surely it can’t be in any other game? God of War 2018 was one of the last generation of outstanding games. It was a technical and creative masterpiece, and one of the games that pushed the boundaries of what PlayStation 4 could achieve. Therefore, we hope that this game is exclusively for PlayStation 5 without robbing the owner of PlayStation 4. Hopefully, whatever the format of the game, we’ll actually introduce you to the next generation and gradually pull your power out of the PlayStation 5. I’m looking forward to learning more about the game and hopefully seeing some footage.

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