Everything shown in Sony’s PlayStation Showcase 2021

Almost every game that was shown at Sony’s PlayStation Showcase 2021 – I got very excited for, further highlighting the strength of PlayStation Studio’s and the talented teams behind them.

So, like most you, I get very excited when there are events such as this. For new games, I like to guess what the game is before the trailer fully reveals it and I like to lord it around my internet friends and talk about which of the new games I am excited for the most.

Sony has made some very strong moves in preparation for the next 2 years

This time, that was quite a hard choice. Almost every game that was shown at Sony’s PlayStation Showcase 2021 – I got very excited for, further highlighting the strength of PlayStation Studio’s and the talented teams behind them.

So, here is what was announced:


Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic REMAKE


Project Eve


Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands


Forspoken


Rainbow Six Extraction


Alan Wake Remastered


Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online


Ghostwire: Tokyo


Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy


Vampire: The Masquerade Blood Hunt


Deathloop


Kid A Mnesia Exhibition


Tchia


Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection


Marvel’s Wolverine


Gran Turismo 7


Marvel’s Spider-Man 2


And finally… God of War Ragnarok

And just in case you wanted to check out the full presentation, you can watch it below:

5 thoughts on “Everything shown in Sony’s PlayStation Showcase 2021

  1. For me, the appeal of Gran Turismo has always been racing around in cheap, old production cars, getting licences and earning your way up to the big leagues. GT Sport was a letdown and ultimately the reason I didn’t buy a PS4. I’ve read plenty about how GT7 will be a continuation of the original theme of the series – The Ultimate Car Collector Simulator – but this trailer really doesn’t do enough to show that side of a Gran Turismo game. We’ll see. Hey, at least they gave the Castrol Tom’s Supra a fair bit of screen time.

      1. I think that’s a bit of a curse for them. So much time and effort goes into creating just one vehicle that the game itself suffers either through to its scope or through setbaks. In the time it takes them to pay attention to all the stitching in the fanciest new Porsche or McLaren sports car, they could have crafted a dozen cars to a reasonable standard.

        Of course, though, I understand that many GT fans want to be able to taste the leather of their Mercedes-Benz EV or the dodgy welding of their Caterham and I respect that. On the one hand, we don’t want to be driving cars that all sound like vacuum cleaners like the old days, but on the other we want to race more than the handful of cars available in GT Sport. They’ve got to strike the right balance. If they do, I could be taking a dive and buying a console for the first time since 2007.

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