Incredible new trailer for ‘God of War Ragnarok’ and 9 other games that will mark the future of Playstation

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A brief but intense State of Play at the gates of the Tokyo Game Show has brought us up to date on just that: what is the status of the Playstation 4 and 5 catalog, with some of the most suggestive and spectacular titles that are going to reach the console in the coming months. This has given this appetizer of Sony’s proposals to fatten up its console, which in many cases are just an appetizer of all the information that will come about them at the imminent Tokyo Game Show.


Impressive cinematic with two icons from the Bandai Namco game, setting off all sorts of signature punches and special attacks. Kazuya Mishima and Jim Kazama tan their backs in a game that has only been announced, without a definitive date, for Playstation 5.

Star Wars – Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge

Star Wars in the first person for one of the two games based on Sony’s new virtual reality system. This title was already seen on Oculus Quest and puts us in the shoes of a droid repairman working in the Outer Rim. There we will accept missions that make us prosper and we will meet old acquaintances of the saga, such as R2-D2 and C3PO.

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More virtual reality for a title that combines cards, board rules and strategic battles: ‘Demeo’ promises to completely turn traditional board games based on extreme immersion.

Ishin: Like a Dragon

This spin-off of Sega’s popular Takuza saga with a feudal setting will arrive with this ‘Like a Dragon’ version outside the borders of Japan for the first time. Set in Japan at the end of the 19th century, it promises bloody confrontations and extreme and colorful action for a game that will arrive in February 2023.

Hogwart’s Legacy

A twist to the sinister and macabre in a PlayStation exclusive mission for the open world game of Harry Potter that will be titled ‘The Haunted Hogsmeade Shop. It will land, broom included, on February 10, along with the full game.

Pacific Drive

Ironwood Studio’s debut is spectacular and intriguing, but it breathes something of the style and aesthetics of the best independent games: conceived as an action and exploration game, but also a driving game, it takes place in an area of ​​the Pacific that has been used by United States to experiment with unknown forces. Willing to explore what secrets the place hides, the player will only have one vehicle that he must take care of and improve to advance in the game.


Another Bandai Namco title, also purely Japanese: mechas, action full of combos and stunts, and futuristic environments for a title scheduled for 2023.

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Stellar Blade

Spectacular story trailer for another PS5 exclusive that takes us by the hand to an end of the world in which we will have to survive with a very Japanese combination of pirouettes, white weapons and pistols.

Rise of the Ronin

Team Ninja, the creators of ‘Ninja Gaiden’ and ‘Nio’, present an exclusive game for Playstation 5 that will not arrive until 2024, but completely in line with it: a action RPG set in the last years of the Japanese empire, when gunpowder is beginning to wreak havoc on the old modes of close combat. A mixture of fighting with katanas and firearms that wants to turn the genre on its head.

Golf of War Ragnarok

On November 9, not only will the new installment of the flagship Playstation franchise hit stores, but also an exclusive Dual Sense Controller inspired by the Santa Monica Studio series. To celebrate, Sony has also released a new and violent trailer that reveals new creatures, combat tactics and inhospitable environments to devastate.

A brief but intense State of Play at the gates of the Tokyo Game Show has brought us up to…

A brief but intense State of Play at the gates of the Tokyo Game Show has brought us up to…

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