PlayStation 5: Sony reveals PS5 console and games – as it happened | Games – Eduinfo

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That’s it!

Well, that’s it for the PlayStation 5 event this evening. Clearly, the focus was on games rather than hardware – at least until the end – and fans got what they wanted, beginning with an enhanced GTA V and moving on through new Spider-Man, Horizon Zero Dawn, Hitman and Ratchet & Clank titles. The finale was the reveal of the PlayStation 5 console itself, a radical re-think of the machine’s lineage, abandoning the all black colouring we’ve seen in the last three machines in favour of a futuristic white and black monolith.

Compared to the recent Xbox Series X games stream, which focused on original indie titles, this was something of a fan-pleasing big brand onslaught from Sony. But we’re yet to discover how many of these titles are exclusives, or even timed exclusives, beyond the first party games.

And we still don’t know when this thing is coming out and what price it’ll be.

PS5 hardware reveal trailer

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Sony reveals the look of the PlayStation 5

They saved it right til the end, but Sony has finally revealed the form factor of the PlayStation 5, an ultra futuristic robot white machine, with gliding lines and a black central stratum. This is a really radical look, like something out of an Alex Garland script. The console will come in two versions: a standard model and a digital machine. It’ll be accompanied by a 3D camera.



PlayStation 5

PlayStation 5 Photograph: Sony

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Pragmata looks to be a futuristic Earth escape adventure with an astronaut, a girl android and a robotic cat. Cats are very much the pets of the night.

Also a Capcom game apparently. As close as you can get to biting Kojima’s style without actually being Kojima?

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Resident Evil Village: a desirable residence?

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Demon Souls! Keza explodes…

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Some Australian beaver things are marvelling at an anthropomorphic strawberry. What’s going on? Of course this is from the creators of Octodad. Looks like a kind of gardening/survival game hybrid (?) with weird cute little creatures that can morph into… foods. It’s called BUGSNAX. End of this year for that one.

Could it be, it’s KKB! That’s Kero Kero Bonito doing the OST, presumably.

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Source: theguardian
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