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PS5 Announced in 2018? Don't Be So Naïve

PS5 Announced in 2018? Don't Be So Naïve
From N4G - April 14, 2018
The 10th Rider14h ago(Edited 14h ago)

@DivineAssault,

For the Final Fantasy remake it's made by a separate company and they will release it when they want to. It's got no bearing on when Sony releases the PS5.

I was under the impression that Ghost of Tsushima was a 2019 title. The Last of Us 2, Ghosts of Tsushima, Days Gone, and the MediEval remake should all be 2019 titles. Those could easily be out the first eight or nine months of 2019 and then Death Stranding is really the only title left in the dark. Kojima said he wants it to have a short development cycle, but we still have not seen gameplay.

The way I see it, if we see gameplay of Death Stranding at E3 and it appears to be close to completion, and Sony does not announce many huge projects for too far out in the future, the PS5 is likely a 2019 release. If they drop some major announcements that are still a few years out then it's clear the PS5 wo not be out next year. Obviously what they show could also be somewhere in the middle there, but either way the release schedule right now is too vague to make any predictions either way.

If I had to make a prediction, Days Gone will be a January/February/March title, Ghosts of Tsushima will be a April/May title, The Last of Us 2 will be a June/July title just like the first, and Death Stranding will be a Holiday title that's on the PS4 and PS5 *if* the PS5 is a 2019 release.

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