According to a recent Wired report, Sony has more than 25 first-party PlayStation 5 games and half of them are new intellectual property. “There’s a lot of diversity emanating from different regions. Worldwide Studios PlayStation Head, Hermann Hulst, Big, Small, said different styles with Wired in the background of the PS5 games currently in development.
“We have been quietly but steadily investing in high-quality games for PlayStation, and we will make sure that the PS5 generation will have more dedicated software than ever before,” Ryan told Nikkei (as translated by VGC).
The Wired Post Horizon will also delay the development of Forbidden West, which is expected to end in 2021. The upcoming sequel to the banned West Horizon Zero Dawn, which was first launched in 2017 from the guerrilla games.
Angie Smets, Guerrilla’s studio director, spoke about the Forbidden West PS5 dual-in feature.
“If you want to sneak into a fighting situation and you’re drowning in tall grass,” Smets said, “you can experience dual tall grass leaves,” referring to DuelHicus haptic feedback support. Forbidden West will still be enabled for the PS4, but if players want to experience a hasty reaction they will have to play on the PS5.
For a while, Forbidden West did not provide an official update on the development, so if it starts out as Wired Claims this year, they will get some sort of blowout show soon, maybe a play-off state. Interestingly, the Wired Post did not mention the upcoming God of War sequel, which was originally scheduled for the 2021 launch window.
Despite these two titles, Sony clearly has major plans for the future of the PS5, so much to look forward to.